Full list of Community Policing results
White cop, black barber team up to bridge community gap–
Shaun, a barber in Charlotte, reached out to his local police department to explore how he could help encourage and build stronger bonds between officers and the city. Shaun teamed up with Officer Rob Dance to start a mentoring program to encourage cooperation and understanding.
Training LEOs for a school environment–
Doug Wyllie and the NRA's Glen Hoyer discuss the National School Shield program. The program connects schools directly to police departments, which results in safer schools, better relationships, and tighter-knit communities.
Orlando cop showcases moves during dance-off–
Orlando Officer Lincoln competed in a dance-off during a community barbecue and showcased some of his moves.
Park Forest officers read 'mean tweets'–
Park Forest Police want everyone to be pleased with the services they provide, but also understand that police work is a tough job. It requires tough choices and not everyone is going to be happy all the time. Park Forest Police have to sometimes have thick skin, and a sense of humor. In this video, Park Forest Police officers share actual tweets the department has received on Twitter.
Knoxville police officers show off their moves–
The Austin East Dancers showed the Knoxville Police Department how to dance...or was it the other way around?
Caught on Camera: On patrol with Albuquerque police–
Just some of the Albuquerque police officers on patrol in their communities.
NC deputy competes in dance-off with local boy–
Deputy C. Williams was challenged to a dance-off by a local resident, Jason. Who do you think won?
Texas police help woman announce pregnancy to her husband–
Wayne Blackmore thought he was getting pulled over when he received the big news.
Seattle’s first openly trans cop–
Officer Tori Newburn is hoping to bridge the divide between police and the transgender community.
NFL player who protested police undergoes UOF simulation training–
Brandon Marshall was one of many NFL players who knelt in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick.
Calif. officers hand out money instead of tickets–
Each officer's job was to hand out $1,000 during each of their shifts.
2016 Operation Joy–
Thanks to an anonymous donor, the Owensboro Police Department was able to spread some holiday cheer!
Idaho cop competes in dance-off with charity captain–
In order to raise money for the Salvation Army, a Caldwell police officer competed in a dance-off the captain of the charity.
NYPD: 'We are there'–
The NYPD Sergeants Union, along with other police unions around the country, produced this video with a powerful message to the citizens they serve.
Wis. police officer helps speeding student tie necktie–
The officer offered to help after the student explained why he was speeding.
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