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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.
Officers play ball with Ga. middle schoolers–
Smyrna Police officers played with children at Griffin Middle School for their end-of-year Field Day.
How cops can influence children to the right path in life–
Doug Wyllie and Mike Grabowski, to discuss the topic of children going down the right path. Grabowski highlights the importance of officers and SRO’s positively affecting children, better serving the community, and building trusting relationships.
WINx talk: Retired officer addresses 'Us vs. Them' mentality–
In this powerful WINx talk, retired Superintendent in Chief Daniel Linskey of the Boston Police Department talks about law enforcement relationships with the community and within our organizations. Chief Linskey was the incident commander for Boston PD during the city's response to the Boston Marathon Bombing.
Skateboarding cop: Iowa officer has fun responding to call–
The officer couldn’t resist when one of the kids bet him he couldn’t do a trick.
Should your department establish a relationship with the media?–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie and Lee Shaykhet discuss ideas and considerations for establishing a relationship between your department and the media.
John Bostain's WinX talk on the importance of building community relationships–
In this powerful talk, John Bostain talks about the importance of community relationships, trust and mentoring. As a police officer in Virginia, John become a mentor for a young man and the relationship drastically altered both if their lives.
Miss. officer dances the 'Wobble'–
The officer celebrate with the community during Mardis Gras.
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.
Ohio police bring attention to toy gun gift this holiday season–
Police have asked the community to think twice before purchasing one as a gift this holiday season.
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