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Ten Principles of Community Policing: Part Three

by (crestongr)

Submitted 08-19-2014 under NONPROFITS

By Lindy Nawrocki     If Community Policing is sustained by mutual trust and respect, then the more flourishing communities that result may extend outside of merely the neighbors and their officer. Having concern for our neighbors is not...

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Ten Principles of Community Policing: Part One

by (crestongr)

Submitted 06-24-2014 under NONPROFITS

By Lindy Nawrocki and Mac Brown   Community Policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies, which support the use of partnerships and problem-solving to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public...

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East Hills Council of Neighbors' efforts lead to a better Grand Rapids

by (Michael Tuffelmire)

Submitted 01-14-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

During the 1960s, the automobile provided the luxury of unrestricted travel. This led to people leaving the cities for what they perceived to be a better life in the suburbs. The abandonment of the city ushered in a plethora of absentee...

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