Expanding partnerships can lead to new ways to engage communities.
On National Coffee With a Cop day, police officers and the community members they serve came together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other.
Representatives from the Park District of the San Francisco Police Department, the Park District Community Police Advisory Board, and the San Francisco District Attorney's Office came together to screen NIOT films in a community forum.
Long Beach, CA police commander shares proactive programs, including The Barbershop Dialogues and interfaith forums
A special screening of Not In Our Town’s “Waking in Oak Creek” was held at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.
NIOT participates alongside the SFPD in San Francisco's annual celebration of National Night Out on August 4, 2015.
The mission of ALPACT is ... to develop recommendations and best practices designed to enhance the bonds of trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
El Cerrito Police Department’s Community Outreach Strategies
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department has been taking an innovative approach to addressing hate crimes by combining community policing, education, and media.
Through the lens of the Ferguson crisis, we offer these ideas, models, and perspectives for law enforcement.
In 2005, to collectively address their shared challenges, the police departments partnered with Hennepin County and the Northwest Hennepin Human Services Council to create the Joint Community Policing Partnership (JCPP).
Diverse community engagement strategies in Redlands, CA
The Oak Creek, WI Police Department responds to a hate crime attack at the Sikh Temple and works with city leaders and the community in the aftermath of violence.
How an anti-racist community group evolved from being a watchdog to a partner of law enforcement