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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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Top 5 police videos of March

By PoliceOne Staff For police, March was chalk-full of wild pursuits, harrowing rescues, and heart-warming... - Full Story

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Calif. cops trace pros and cons of social media

One department's Facebook page is now devoted to cold cases in hopes that online discussion will generate new leads - Full Story

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Cops resolve complaints with citizens face-to-face through Mo. program

St. Louis police are running a pilot program aimed at resolving bitter but relatively minor conflicts between citizens and officers - Full Story

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Okla. cop shoots hoops with neighborhood kids

A mother captured the moment when a Oklahoma City police officer stopped to play basketball with a group of kids in her neighborhood.

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Video: Okla. cop shoots hoops with neighborhood kids

A mother captured the moment when a Oklahoma City police officer stopped to play basketball with a group of kids in her neighborhood - Full Story

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'Structured patrols' bring NY cops closer to community

Superintendent says he'd been thinking about adding a walking beat to the arsenal of new community policing tactics he's rolled out - Full Story

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Conn. boy concerned by speeders writes letter to cops

A 9-year-old Conn. boy who saw cars whizzing down his neighborhood street did what a lot of adults might not have done. He took action.

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Conn. boy concerned by speeders writes letter to cops

A 9-year-old Conn. boy who saw cars whizzing down his neighborhood street did what a lot of adults might not have done. He took action - Full Story

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Skateboarding cop hopes to lift ban on Wis. trail

The city of Green Bay’s one and only skateboard police officer is on a mission.

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Skateboarding cop hopes to lift Wis. ban

The city of Green Bay’s one and only skateboard police officer is on a mission - Full Story



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