The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department has been taking an innovative approach to addressing hate crimes by combining community policing, education, and media.
Expanding partnerships can lead to new ways to engage communities.
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.
Long Beach, CA police commander shares proactive programs, including The Barbershop Dialogues and interfaith forums
How an anti-racist community group evolved from being a watchdog to a partner of law enforcement