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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LAPD to target crime around 20 schools

By Duke Helfand The Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles leaders unveiled several initiatives... - Full Story

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NYPD accused of ignoring civillian review

The Associated Press NEW YORK — An independent city panel formed to investigate and discourage police... - Full Story

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Ex-con and N.H. chief team up for bone marrow drives

By Shira Schoenberg The Concord Monitor NEW HAMPSHIRE — Twenty-one years ago, Dale Robinson gave a SWAT... - Full Story

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For one day, Mich. police encourage citizens to flee

The Kalamazoo Gazette PORTAGE, Mich. — Michigan police officers will again team up to host the annual... - Full Story

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Maine officer selected to run final leg with torch for Special Olympics World Games

Bangor Daily News ROCKLAND, Maine — City traffic officer Troy Peasley has been selected by Special Olympics... - Full Story

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Ohio city offers citizen police academies

By Christopher Magan The Dayton Daily News BEAVERCREEK, Ohio — Ever wonder what police officers really... - Full Story

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Balt. witness' house is firebombed

By Nicole Fuller The Baltimore Sun BALTIMORE — She was never shy about telling the young men who were... - Full Story

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Text tipsters get Boston police the message

Text tipsters get Boston police the message

The Text a Tip line battles a street culture that punishes "snitching" By Michele McPhee The Boston Herald... - Full Story

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Calif. city offers new way to file complaints

By Roman Gokhman Inside Bay Area LIVERMORE, Calif. — Residents of Livermore have a new way to report... - Full Story

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Balt. foot patrols designed to combat suspicion

By Alia Malik The Baltimore Sun reporter BALTIMORE — Teon Jefferson, 8, stood on his West Fairmount Avenue... - Full Story



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