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Lundi 13 Juillet 2020


Building trust in law enforcement through service: Giving back and fostering confidence through outreach, education and prevention programs


Recently, the media has been ablaze with stories regarding unfortunate incidents between communities and law enforcement. These incidents have led to a loss of public trust in law enforcement. While rebuilding that trust can be hard, it’s not impossible, and police and law agencies across the nation have taken measures to improve their relationships with the communities in which they serve. Through specialized training, community outreach programs and by recognizing the importance of internal affairs and interdepartmental accountability, police departments are once again bolstering the trust and communication within their communities.

This guide outlines what law enforcement organizations are already doing to foster confidence and what else can and needs to be done. Key elements of the guide include:

- A comprehensive overview of the numerous successful community and youth engagement programs

- Advice for creating a culture of integrity with law enforcement and community involvement

- Tips on how communities can help build trust and support law enforcement

- An overview of how the system models of building community trust has changed in recent years



Amerique du Nord, États-Unis




Communauté, Justice, Juvénile


Fire Science, ONG


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