FULL LIST OF Community Policing - page 4 Videos
Va. cop's home video goes viral–
An officer is getting a lot of attention for a home video he hopes will help humanize police to the public.
With Honor and Respect to Law Enforcement Officers Who Have Given Everything–
The names of more than 20,000 United States law enforcement officers are carved into the walls of The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C. This year, 273 names will be added. In 1962, President Kennedy designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. National Police Week draws thousands of survivors, family members and supporters annually to mourn those who lost their lives upholding the Thin Blue Line. As we remember those who have given everything — the utmost symbol of heroism, selflessness and honor — we commit ourselves to life and will do everything to protect those who defend it. Enough.
Mich. police play football with local kids–
A group of on-duty officers in Muskegon played an impromptu game of football with some local children and let them check out the inside of a police cruiser.
Controversial Calif. chief on community policing–
Richmond (Calif.) Police Chief Chris Magnus, who drew controversy last year after standing with protesters holding a sign with the hashtag "BlackLivesMatter," gives his take on community policing in these tension-filled times.
Cultural diversity: Why officers should be communicative on the job–
The general public wants four things from police officers, but what happens when these things contradict what officers want? Officer Nancy Fatura talks about community relations and how to build a rapport with the public while keeping your safety in mind.
Mo. cops lead St. Patrick's Day flash mob–
The idea for the dance came from and was organized by three KCPD officers.
A look at Houston PD's homeless outreach–
The Houston Police Department is taking a unique approach to addressing issues of homelessness.
Texas PD's McConaughey spoof goes viral–
The Cedar Hill Police Department is getting quite a bit of attention for a parody of a series of car commercials.
Little Rock police do the Cha Cha Slide–
The officers of Little Rock PD showed off their dancing skills during Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, dancing to the Cha Cha Slide.
Activist critical of police undergoes use of force scenarios–
Reverend Jarrett Maupin, a civil rights activist, had a quick change of heart after undergoing three different shoot-don't-shoot scenarios.
Mich. cops stop motorists for surprise gifts–
Lowell police pulled several motorists over and surprised them with Christmas gifts in a video gone viral.
Ala. cop buys food for shoplifter trying to feed kids–
An Alabama officer is receiving high praise after an act of kindness caught on camera.
TEDx Talk: The most dangerous weapon in law enforcement–
Can simply choosing better words be the solution to building relationships between law enforcement officers and those within their communities or will it require an entirely new system of development? 25-year law enforcement veteran Brian Willis breaks it down in this TEDx Talk.
Fla. cops surprise family in need with Christmas tree–
Video captured the moment officers delivered a surprise Christmas tree to a financially-struggling family.
Calif. cops buy stove for family in need–
Officers Rivas and Castro pooled their own money to purchase the stove for a family living in poor conditions.
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