The report is designed to serve as a roadmap for law enforcement, communities, and stakeholders to build meaningful, sustainable, trusting, and effective working relationships. Summit participants outlined three conceptual elements of building community-police relationships. The report defines those elements—communication, partnerships, and trust—and provides recommendations for improvement in each.
In addition, the report outlines a series of tangible strategies and steps for law enforcement executives to begin to build trust in their communities.
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Title:: IACP National Policy Summit on Community-Police Relations: Advancing a Culture of Cohesion and Community Trust
Publication date: 2015-01-01
Publication Year: 2015
International Association of Chiefs of Police
North America / United States
, POLICE RELATIONS
, community trust
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