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NFL Commissioner Gives 4 LAPD Officers Super Bowl Tickets

January 8, 2018
For their dedication to the community, Officers Goosby, Holliman, Thompson, and Swift will have an opportunity to attend Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis on Feb. 4.

IACP, NAACP, and Yale Form Partnership, Receive $7 Million DOJ Award to Support Community Healing

October 7, 2016
The IACP, in collaboration with the NAACP and Yale, will provide dedicated resources, support, training, and technical assistance to law enforcement agencies to address the impact of trauma and community harm.

iHalt Campaign Works with Kids and First Responders to Promote Mutual Respect and Understanding

July 6, 2016
It was the evening news that led to the creation of the iHalt Movement. Working with children and law enforcement alike to create a trusting and respectful relationship between the two could prevent future crimes, founder Judy Williams believed.

Federal Anti-Terror Programs Stoke Community Interest and Criticism

February 9, 2016
A trio of federal pilot projects aimed at thwarting violent extremism are off to a tentative start. Minneapolis, Boston, and Los Angeles, all chosen to host the Department of Justice anti-terror initiative, are taking different approaches, but all three are facing common hurdles.

Connecticut City Called Model for Police-Minority Relations

November 17, 2015
New Haven, CT, is a model for the nation in improving relations between law enforcement and minority communities that have frayed following highly publicized violence by police, FBI Director James Comey said Monday.

Miami Police Do The Right Thing Program Turns 25 Years Old

August 19, 2015
Do The Right Thing, Inc. (DTRT) is a national, not-for-profit organization operating in cooperation with local law enforcement to recognize and reward young people for their positive behavior, accomplishments, and good deeds.

McGruff the Crime Dog is Turning 35 and Joining Instagram

July 6, 2015
McGruff the Crime Dog, the National Crime Prevention Council’s symbol of safety and crime prevention, is turning 35 this year. He is marking the occasion with a month-long social media celebration.

Blue Porch Lights Show Support for Wounded Officer in California

September 1, 2014
Local hardware stores are running out of blue light bulbs as thousands of residents show blue porch lights in support of an injured officer.

Video: St. Louis Teen Becomes Police Officer for a Day

June 2, 2014
A 19-year-old graduate of the St. Louis police citizen's academy holds a special place in the hearts of officers for his bravery in taking on life's challenges.

Camden County Police Expand Crime Prevention Efforts

April 28, 2014
Camden, New Jersey, police are expanding their community crime prevention efforts to include interactive use of their surveillance cameras.

Law Enforcement: A Path Into the Middle Class

April 4, 2013
The Police Orientation Preparation Program places career-bound, law enforcement students in an established LAPD training environment. Students graduate with an associate's degree and gain real-life experience as they prepare for a career in law enforcement.

Robotronics Daren Talking D.A.R.E. Mascot

September 1, 2006
Daren, a plush lion, is a tool for teaching safety awareness and crime prevention. The official mascot of D.A.R.E. America, Daren is designed to draw audiences to community policing venues. Daren can drive up in his cruiser and turn his head, wink and blink, and move his mouth automatically while carrying on a two-way conversation with those around him, all by remote control.
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