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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Tenn. officers feed elderly man in need

Tenn. officers feed elderly man in need

The officers completely filled the man’s refrigerator and pantry with the groceries they purchased themselves - Full Story

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Deaf Ga. woman’s texts to 911 go viral

The person was unable to call 911 but could text vital information for police to act upon - Full Story

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NY officers deliver baby on highway

A woman was sitting in the front seat with the baby's head crowning - Full Story

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SC lawmaker would prohibit 'predatory policing' policies

Rep. Justin Bamberg wants to prohibit law enforcement agencies in the state from setting traffic ticket quotas - Full Story

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LA County supervisors to vote on sheriff's department oversight commission

Those who have been retired from law enforcement service for at least one year may be qualified for a position - Full Story

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The power of asking "What's Important Now?" in policing

Brian Willis discusses 'The Secret" and the power of "What's Important Now" in policing at the inaugural WINx: Inspiring Excellence in Law Enforcement event. For more information or to register for the next WINx event, visit www.experienceWINx.com.

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Wis. officers inspired by 9-year-old boy recovering from cranial gunshot wound

A bullet from a .22-caliber handgun entered 9-year-old Joey’s left frontal lobe near his eye from point-blank range - Full Story

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The Up-Beat: Cops help homeless, rescue infant, save dog

Check out this week's round-up of inspiring stories from around the country - Full Story

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How should mental health issues be handled by police?

One case study in Mass. sheds light on the difficult decisions facing police when dealing with mental health issues - Full Story



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