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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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NYPD's 'clean halls' patrols under scrutiny

NYPD's 'clean halls' patrols under scrutiny

Program has officers in hallways of private buildings; some residents say enforcement is excessive, capturing innocent citizens as well as criminals - Full Story

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Good Samaritan saves officer from gang member

The man held the gang members hand down when he saw he was trying to rip the gun from the officer's holster - Full Story

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"You're on your own": Video claims police unable to help

The video, created by activists, features footage of police suggesting measures for warding off home invaders - Full Story

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Ark. capital weighs pros, cons of license plate readers

Chief says benefits outweigh concerns over possible abuse of info; city officials, public voice concerns over storage and access to data - Full Story

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Minn. police set up shop in local schools

Minn. police set up shop in local schools

Satellite offices in public schools will serve as regular substations while providing increased security for kids - Full Story

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New N.J. chief sets aggressive agenda

By Deeha Yellin The Hackensack Record TENAFLY, N.J. — School security, heading off burglaries and... - Full Story

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Origin of Stinger missile tube at buyback investigated

Origin of Stinger missile tube at buyback investigated

Launch tube assembly had already been used; Army officials checking background of device after it showed up at Seattle weapons buyback day - Full Story

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Wash. volunteer 'COPS' patrol neighborhoods

At the end of 2012, COPS counted 257 volunteers — that's down from 521 a decade ago - Full Story

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Civilian helps cops, trips suspect during pursuit

Surveillance videos show a person stick their foot out intentionally tripping the suspect that is running several yards ahead of police, who are able to catch him.

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Armed vigilante groups policing 2 Mexican towns

Armed vigilante groups policing 2 Mexican towns

People wearing ski masks or bandanas and carrying small arms this week began manning checkpoints on roads - Full Story



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