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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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LAPD is Finally Rolling on Expansion of Facilities

The first of six planned station houses will open in January in the North Valley. They are designed... - Full Story


To Reduce Crime Rate, Fort Lauderdale Police are Starting Small

New Teams To Be Formed To Focus on "Quality of Life" Issues By Jean-Paul Renaud, South Florida Sun-Sentinel... - Full Story


Pontiac, Mich., Police Department Launches Community Policing Web Site

Government The Pontiac Police Department, in conjunction with Oakland County and the Courts... - Full Story


Online Vigilantes: Are Citizens' Groups Overstepping Their Bounds In Trying To Reduce Crime?

By Jim McKay, Government Law enforcement needs the public's help to solve most crimes,... - Full Story


Norristown, Penn. Police Trade Treats For Trust Through Borough

By Katie O'connor, Norristown, Penn. Times Herald NORRISTOWN - Trick-or-treaters roamed borough streets... - Full Story


So. Calif. Police Getting a Better Beat on Streets

Chief's Community-Friendly Slant Has Netted Positive Feedback So Far By Marisa O'Neil, The Los Angeles... - Full Story


Public Asks For Protection Against Retaliation From Drug Suspects

About 450 Southwest L.A. Residents Ask LAPD To Protect Those Who Report Criminal Activity By Daniel... - Full Story


LA Police Foundation Honors 4 Officers for Community Work

March on Crime Event Recognizes Lawmen Dedicated to At-risk Youth and the Homeless By Daniel Hernandez,... - Full Story


Officers Start Walking The Beat in Conn. City, Look to Build Community Relationships

WTNH TV-News New Haven, Conn. Meriden, Conn. -- Police in Meriden are making some changes to the way... - Full Story

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