This sections outlines particular policy areas that should be addressed by agencies. However, the report notes that having these policies is not enough. Policies must reflect community values in order to enhance trust and legitimacy.
Officer-Involved Shootings Investigative Protocols: A Guide for Law Enforcement Leaders
Emerging Use of Force Issues: Balancing Public and Officer Safety
Citizen Advisory Boards in Contemporary Practice: A Practical Approach in Policing
Inviting the Community into the Police Strategic Planning Process
Law Enforcement Policy Center
Testimony of IACP - Policy and Oversight
Police Presence on Social Media Helping Catch Criminals and Engage with Community (St. Petersburg, FL)
Council Approves Community Policing Resolution (Columbia, MO)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Partners with Police for 'Bigs in Blue' Program (Asheville, NC)
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