Location

Marquette University

Document Type

Event

Start Date

13-11-2018 1:45 PM

End Date

13-11-2018 2:45 PM

Description

Strong relationships of mutual trust between police agencies and the communities they serve are critical to maintaining public safety and policing effectively. Police officials rely on the cooperation of community members to provide information about crime in their neighborhoods, and to work with the police to create innovative solutions to problems of crime and disorder. Similarly, community members’ willingness to trust the police depends on whether they believe that police actions reflect community values and incorporate the principles of procedural justice and legitimacy. This workshop will dig deeper into the issue of creating public trust, community oriented policing strategies, and the critical importance of building partnerships between the police and community stakeholders. Attendees will leave with immediately actionable solutions they can bring back to their communities

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Nov 13th, 1:45 PM Nov 13th, 2:45 PM

Cultivating Trust Between the Police and the Communities They Serve

Marquette University

Strong relationships of mutual trust between police agencies and the communities they serve are critical to maintaining public safety and policing effectively. Police officials rely on the cooperation of community members to provide information about crime in their neighborhoods, and to work with the police to create innovative solutions to problems of crime and disorder. Similarly, community members’ willingness to trust the police depends on whether they believe that police actions reflect community values and incorporate the principles of procedural justice and legitimacy. This workshop will dig deeper into the issue of creating public trust, community oriented policing strategies, and the critical importance of building partnerships between the police and community stakeholders. Attendees will leave with immediately actionable solutions they can bring back to their communities