Uniting departments and communities around programs that uplift and heal them.
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Our community programs are being used by cities and police departments around the country for better community engagement, creating new channels of communication, building public trust and co-producing public safety
A new approach to community policing and engagement.
7 Simple Steps for Positive Policing is an active conversation for communities across the country to co-produce public safety where the complexity of police culture, training, hiring and reward systems of police departments are understood by all involved.
Coming together in a show of unity, compassion and understanding by simply walking side-by-side.
The Walk With Us Program is a live mass event where community members and police and sheriff’s departments take part in a live, pre-planned event to walk through their city or community together. It is a powerful statement designed to capture the public’s imagination about what peaceful communities look like.
Addresses the increasing need for open communications between departments and the communities they serve with a unique, specially branded website.
The Community Feedback Program is a unique, especially branded website designed to collect feedback that is channeled directly to the police chief or designates for a response. Designed to gauge the effectiveness of the measures taken by the department over time on citizen interactions resulting in continuous improvement, Community Feedback Loop is a comprehensive and durable mechanism for a department to have an ongoing bi-directional interaction with their community, as well as a visible action a department can take that is both effective and represents a continuous commitment to better community engagement.
“We wanted our community to realize that we were more than just law enforcement—we were Peace Officers.”
Sheriff Leon Lott
Richland County South Carolina
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