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Community Policing

Community Policing

The Community Policing topic covers efforts by law enforcement agencies and officers to partner with other branches of local government as well as non-governmental organizations (NGOs) such as churches, non-profit community groups, private businesses, to reduce crime and increase the quality of life for law-abiding citizens.
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Burglaries dip in Colo. city as police innovate

Increased neighborhood policing made possible by sales tax has netted a 37 percent drop in burglary cases - Full Story

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Detroit leaders call for a bullet-free start to 2014

"This is an opportunity to change this whole ridiculous business of celebratory gunfire," Detroit Police Chief James Craig said. - Full Story

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5 best police PSAs of 2013

By PoliceOne Staff What better way to get the word out about practicing caution when driving, vacationing,... - Full Story

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Community Based Information System

Detective Ray Bercini discusses the Community Based Information System Model which was developed in response to an epidemic in gang growth and activity.

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Holiday shopping safety: "What Does the Cop Say?"

Brevard County Sheriff's Office is keeping their community safe with this parody of Ylvis' "What does the fox say?'

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'Silent night, make the burglar run in fright'

Huddersfield, West Yorks police have recorded a crime-fighting parody version of the classic carol Silent Night urging people to stay safe over Christmas.

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Photo: Boy, 5, fulfills dream of becoming honorary cop

Morgan Steward's illness didn't get in the way of his dream to become a cop - Full Story

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'Coffee with a Cop' events a success in Minn. city

Meetings have become so popular it's standing-room-only during open conversations with officers - Full Story

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Developing sources

Betsy Brantner Smith discusses the importance of maintaining a pool of informants or sources in the neighborhoods you patrol. These sources can be created by building rapport with those you encounter on the streets, or even those that you're questioning on a minor crime.

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Mass. hospital staff trains for active shooters

The security director had the staff trained on what to do in the event of an active shooter because hospitals are vulnerable - Full Story



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