Blogs

Dr. Robbie Friedmann: The Committee's Web Site
Thank you to Travis Parish for updating our Committee's web site. He corrected several obsolete links, adjusted and updated some relevant text and added the 2017 and 2018 Community Policing...[read more]
Posted 10.24.18
Dr. Robbie Friedmann: Community Policing Committee Update
We had a productive annual meeting in Orlando, earlier this month, attended by most of the committee members and several guests. More details once our minutes will be completed (some...[read more]
Posted 10.20.18
Dr. Robbie Friedmann: Community Policing Workshop 2018
Attend the committee's workshop: "Terrorist Action or Civil Unrest: what Chiefs Need to Know to Respond and Build Community Trust"  Tuesday, October, 9th at 1:30 - 3:00 pm in room W304CD  [read more]
Posted 10.07.18
James: Police Suicides Outnumber Line of Duty Deaths
In March of 2017, New Hampshire's law enforcement community learned of the suicide of a Keene Police Chief Brian Costa.  Chief Costa was a very well liked, personable, and...[read more]
Posted 10.06.18
Ronal: 2017 IACP - Cisco Community Policing Awards
It is that time of year again to highlight the accomplishments and innovations of police departments throughout the world that embrace community policing. This year we are happy to announce that...[read more]
Posted 05.05.17
Kacey: Mountain View Police Captain recognized for digital community engagement
I live in Mountain View and am especially proud to see this recognition.   As we think about best practices for community policing keep in mind the digital communities (facebook, nextdoor...[read more]
Posted 04.07.17
Kacey: Community Policing and Basketball? Help spread the word for this important initiative
Found a great example of community policing in Florida!   Meet Basketball Cop! Check it out ! https://medium.com/@gofundme/meet-basketball-cop-aa7c7e4e4721 [read more]
Posted 03.22.17
Kacey: 2017 Community Policing Award Committee Kickoff Call Today
It was great to kickoff the 2017 Community Policing Award with the Committee today!  Cisco is proud to sponsor best practices for community policing in our communities around the world!...[read more]
Posted 03.17.17
Scott: Reducing Opioid Addiction through a Broad Community Coalition
An estimated 1.9 million people in the United States have a pain reliever use disorder.[1] Drug overdose, including misuse of pharmaceuticals, is...[read more]
Posted 07.13.16
Dr. Robbie Friedmann: The IACP Community Policing Committee 2015 Workshop
In the last few years the IACP Community Policing Committee was able to put on timely workshops that were well attended and addressed key issues relevant to law enforcement and...[read more]
Posted 11.06.15
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