FULL LIST OF Community Policing - page 2 RESULTS
A face behind the badge–
The Garden City (Mo.) Police Department put together a video to remind the community that officers are people too.
Chesapeake Sheriff's Office does the Mannequin Challenge–
The Chesapeake Sheriff's Office appears to be frozen in time, showing a person having his mugshot snapped, and another being fingerprinted.
Detroit 'Blue Pigs' hold concert at elementary school–
The music group has been around since 1969 and was revived during a Halloween concert.
Colo. police chief's Halloween hobby is a hit–
Police Chief Jim May’s Halloween hobby brings joy to his community.
NYPD turns police station into haunted house–
Step into one Brooklyn police precinct house this week and you’re likely to be greeted with cobwebs, candy, and cops in costumes.
Chief Cunningham remarks at IACP 2016–
The president of one of the largest police organizations in the United States apologized for historical mistreatment of minorities, calling it a "dark side of our shared history" that must be acknowledged and overcome.
Community policing in San Bernardino–
Sgt. Christopher Gray takes time to make positive contacts with the community, especially children, as an integral part of policing and building trust.
Cop schools kids with skateboarding tricks–
A teenager gave a police officer his skateboard jokingly. The officer showed them up with his skills.
Brayden's birthday party–
Pekin Police and Fire were able to celebrate a birthday with Brayden.
NC police help homeless mother, 3 children off street–
Durham, N.C. police help a homeless mother and her three young children get back on their feet.
Okla. cops come to the rescue and attend autistic boy's birthday party–
A dozen officers arrived in uniform with their patrol cars to give the boy a birthday party to remember.
North Carolina police buy bikes for local kids–
After many stolen bikes in the community, officers bought four new bikes and helmets for local boys.
Snoop Dogg, The Game march to LAPD–
Snoop Dogg and The Game led a peaceful march Friday to Los Angeles Police Department headquarters, where they met with the mayor and police chief and urged improved relations between authorities and minority communities.
How cops can better understand the Black Lives Matter movement–
Forensic Criminologist at Martinelli & Associates, Dr. Ron Martinelli, discusses with PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie the history behind the movement including its leaders, motives and recent objectives with law enforcement.
Seattle police partner with transgender community for training–
Seattle Police Department released a training video produced in partnership with members of the transgender community, highlighting the steps officers will take to ensure transgender individuals are treated with dignity and respect during all contacts with police.
PoliceOne top 5
- Wash. sheriff told to disarm before entering arena for charity event
- More than 200 police chiefs criticize Trump’s 'law and order' executive actions
- Video: Nashville cop fatally shoots armed man, NAACP wants probe
- Video: NY trooper arrests suspect after being dragged by vehicle
- Booby trap impales officer investigating marijuana grow operation