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IACP and Howard University Team Up On Policing Inside-Out Program

The IACP’s Institute for Community Police Relations (ICPR) has formed a partnership with Howard University to offer an innovative 15-week course entitled, Policing Inside-Out: Building Trust Through Transformative Education, that will engage students, law enforcement officers, community leaders, and criminal … Continue reading

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The Project Guardian Program: Intervention through Interaction

The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing offers several recommendations for building trust and creating opportunities for positive nonenforcement interactions with youth including Restoring and building trust between youth and police through positive, consistent, and persist ent interaction Working … Continue reading

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The San Antonio Fear Free Environment Unit: A Resource to the Community

The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing offers several recommendations for collaborating with the community to build relationships of trust between law enforcement officers and the community, including: allowing sufficient time for patrol officers to participate in problem solving … Continue reading

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Beyond Enforcement – Connecting with Kids through School Resource Officer Programs

The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing offers several recommendations for maintaining school safety and building relationships of trust between schools and law enforcement officers, including: create opportunities in schools and communities for positive nonenforcement interactions with police establish … Continue reading

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Columbia’s Beyond the Badge – Community Engagement through Community Service

The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing offers several recommendations for building better relationships between law enforcement officers and the community that they serve, including initiating positive nonenforcement activities to engage communities embracing a guardian mindset working with community members … Continue reading

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Youth Engagement via Non-Traditional Sports

Guest Blogger: Sergeant Chris Cognac, Hawthorne, California, Police Department One of the biggest issues facing law enforcement today is establishing and maintaining trust in the community. Trust can’t be bought; it must be earned and sustained each and every day, … Continue reading

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Tucson’s Mental Health Investigative Support Team – a New Approach for Responding to Mental Health Calls for Service

The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing offers several recommendations for improving police interactions with persons with mental health concerns, including adopting preferences for seeking “least harm” resolutions embracing a guardian mindset engaging in multidisciplinary community team approaches for … Continue reading

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The Importance of Department Wide Youth Outreach

Guest Blogger: Scott Nadeau, Chief of Police, Columbia Heights, Minnesota, Police Department “Seeking active partnerships in the community in order to protect life and property, innovatively solve problems and enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve.” With … Continue reading

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10 Ways Community Members Can Engage with Law Enforcement

One of the most important aspects of effective policing is community engagement. In order to build trust and respect, collaboration with the community is essential. Below are 10 great ways community members can engage with their local law enforcement agencies. … Continue reading

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