Community Policing Award Submission Videos

Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies, which support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques, to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime.

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Agency submissions for the 2016 Community Policing Awards, need to provide responses for the following sections:

Executive Summary: (300 words) The problem and environment with which your department was dealing; the solution and an implementation overview; and the overall results of your initiative.

Framework Questions: (900 words) A series of questions referring to your agency and its relationship with the community as a whole.

Initiative Questions: (2000 words) A series of questions about the key elements of your initiative, including details on your objectives and how you overcame challenges.

Initiative Evaluation: (1000 words) Details on how and by whom your initiative was evaluated, citing specific criteria and measurement tools used.

Lessons Learned: (1000 words) An overview of what your department has learned as a result of its actions and community partnerships.

  1. Executive Overview
  2. Framework Questions
  3. Initiative Questions
  4. Initiative Evaluation
  5. Lessons Learned

Executive Overview (300 words)

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Framework Questions (900 words)

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Initiative Questions (2000 words)

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Initiative Evaluation (1000 words)

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Lessons Learned (1000 words)

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