Q. New guide to building trust in law enforcement

Hello there,

I recently came across your law enforcement resources on this page: http://libguides.mercyhurst.edu/content_mobile.php?pid=93460

We've just completed our expert-driven guide to restoring trust in law enforcement, and we'd be thrilled if you's include it among your other excellent resources. You can see the guide here: http://www.firescience.org/building-trust-in-law-enforcement/

After a rash of high-profile, police-involved incidents, it's time for law enforcement to earn back the public trust. This guide outlines what law enforcement organizations are already doing to foster confidence, and what else can and needs to be done. Key elements of the guide include:

- A comprehensive overview of the numerous successful community and youth engagement programs
- Advice for creating a culture of integrity with law enforcement and community involvement
- Tips on how communities can help build trust and support law enforcement
- An in-depth look at continuing education programs for law enforcement personnel

Lieutenant Tony Zimmerman, retired officer of the Chicago Police Department, helped us put this guide together. With 35 years of law enforcement experience, Zimmerman was an invaluable asset in crafting this guidebook.

Will you help us support law enforcement's return to trust by including our guide as a link resource on your site?

Thank you,

Ryan Kelly
Chief Communications Officer
FireScience.org

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Answer

Thank you.  I will forward your email to the staff member for that subject area.

  • Last Updated Aug 08, 2017
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  • Answered By Earleen Glaser

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