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March 27, 2019
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Taking Care of Business

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  • - THERE'S NO SECRET THAT THERE'S BEEN SOME OF WHAT
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  • OF A DIVIDE BETWEEN SOME POLICE DEPARTMENTS
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  • AND THEIR COMMUNITY.
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  • - I'M NOW SEEING YOUNG KIDS, MIDDLE AGED KIDS,
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  • HIGH SCHOOL KIDS, TURN A CORNER, SEE ME IN UNIFORM
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  • AND SCREAM TO THE TOP OF THEIR LUNGS,
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  • USING EXPLICIT LANGUAGE HOW MUCH THEY HATE THE POLICE,
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  • AND I'M THINKIN', THIS IS NOT HOW IT WAS 20 YEARS AGO,
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  • WHAT HAPPENED?
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  • - TO ME COMMUNITY POLICING IS A CONDUIT IF YOU WILL
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  • FOR THE FOLKS THAT WE ARE SWORN TO PROTECT AND SERVE,
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  • TO HAVE ACCESS TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.
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  • - I THINK IT HELPS THEM KNOW THAT LIKE WE CARE ABOUT 'EM,
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  • WE'RE A POLICE, WE'RE HERE TO HELP YOU,
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  • WE'RE HERE TO SAVE YOU,
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  • AND WE JUST WANNA HELP IN ANY WAY WE CAN AND
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  • WE'RE YOUR FRIENDS, YOU CAN TRUST US.
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  • - THEY THINK WE HAVE AN ETHICAL DUTY TO OUR PUBLIC
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  • TO UNDERSTAND IF WE'RE ACTUALLY BENEFITING OUR COMMUNITY,
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  • OR IF WE'RE CREATING HARM,
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  • AND IF WE ALWAYS JUST CREATE PROGRAMS
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  • AND THEN PUT THEM OUT INTO THE FIELD
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  • WITHOUT TESTING WHETHER THEY WORK,
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  • THEN WE DON'T KNOW IF WE'RE CREATING HARM.
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  • - HELLO EVERYONE, I'M KELLY WRIGHT
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  • AND TOGETHER, WE'RE TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS.
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  • IN CITIES AND TOWNS ACROSS THE COUNTRY,
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  • THE RECENT TRAGIC DEATHS OF BLACK YOUTHS
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  • AND CONFRONTATIONS WITH POLICE
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  • HAVE SOWN A WAVE OF DISTRESS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT.
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  • AND WHILE THIS PERCEPTION MAY NOT BE FAIR
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  • TO THE VAST MAJORITY OF DEDICATED,
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  • WELL MEANING LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS,
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  • IT HAS UNQUESTIONABLY SHAKEN THE CONNECTION
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  • BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
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  • AND THE NEIGHBORHOODS THEY SERVE.
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  • NOW THIS HAS PROMPTED INITIATIVES TO STRENGTHEN
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  • THE BONDS BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
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  • AND THE COMMUNITIES IN WHICH THEY PATROL.
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  • THE CONCEPT OF COMMUNITY POLICING
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  • ISN'T A NEW ONE AT ALL, IN FACT
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  • AN ESTIMATED 58% OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
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  • REPORTED HAVING DEDICATED COMMUNITY ORIENTED OFFICERS
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  • AS FAR BACK AS 2003.
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  • BUT NOW, AT AN EVER INCREASING RATE
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  • POLICE AGENCIES HAVE ADOPTED A MORE TRANSPARENT
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  • MOTTO IF YOU WILL FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF
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  • COMMUNITY PROGRAMS THAT INVOLVE NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESSES,
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  • NON PROFITS, MEDIA OUTLETS, AND OTHER COMMUNITY GROUPS
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  • DIRECTLY IN THE PROCESS OF KEEPING THEIR COMMUNITIES SAFE.
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  • SO AT A TIME WHEN CITIZENS, WHATEVER THEIR RACE OR
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  • VOICE IN VALID FRUSTRATIONS, IT'S NOT SURPRISING AT ALL
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  • THAT A SYSTEM BASED ON PROMOTING AN APPROACHABLE
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  • COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICE DEPARTMENT
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  • IS SHOWING SIGNIFICANT APPEAL.
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  • (ROCK MUSIC)
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  • TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS
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  • TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS
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  • (ROCK MUSIC)
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  • (SOLEMN MUSIC)
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  • - WE USED TO LOOK AT THE POLICE AS PART OF THE FAMILY,
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  • PART OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD, PART OF THE CULTURE, ALRIGHT.
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  • SO POLICE WERE PARTNERS WITH THE COMMUNITY,
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  • MORE THAN PROBABLY WHAT MOST PEOPLE EXPERIENCE NOW,
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  • OR A LOT OF PEOPLE PERCEPTION IS,
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  • WHICH IS OFTEN A REALITY AND THAT IS,
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  • THEY'RE NOT PARTNERS, BUT THEY'RE OCCUPIERS, RIGHT.
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  • THEY'RE NOT INVESTED IN THE COMMUNITY.
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  • THEY'RE COMING IN AND OUT OF THE COMMUNITY,
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  • BUT AGAIN THEY'RE MORE SEEN AS AGGRESSORS,
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  • ANYTHING BUT PARTNERS OR
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  • PART OF THE WOVEN FABRIC OF THAT COMMUNITY.
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  • I'M NOW SEEING YOUNG KIDS, MIDDLE AGED KIDS,
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  • HIGH SCHOOL KIDS, TURN A CORNER, SEE ME IN UNIFORM
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  • AND SCREAM TO THE TOP OF THEIR LUNGS,
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  • USING EXPLICIT LANGUAGE HOW MUCH THEY HATE THE POLICE,
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  • AND I'M THINKIN', THIS IS NOT HOW IT WAS 20 YEARS AGO,
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  • WHAT HAPPENED?
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  • HERE'S WHAT I THINK HAPPENED.
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  • NUMBER ONE, I THINK TECHNOLOGY, AS MUCH AS WE NEED IT,
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  • AND AS MUCH AS IT'S BEEN A BLESSING
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  • TO HUMANITY AND SOCIETY GLOBALLY,
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  • I THINK IT ALSO HAS COME AT A COST.
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  • - TELEVISION, WHEN I GREW UP, YOU KNOW,
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  • WE PROBABLY HAD ABOUT SIX OR SEVEN CHANNELS
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  • AND NOW WE'VE GOT CABLE TELEVISION THAT SHOWS
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  • EVERYTHING, YOU KNOW.
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  • SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WE SEE NOW IS NOT
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  • AS RESTRICTED AS IT WAS WHEN I WAS GROWING UP.
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  • AND SO I THINK WITH SOCIAL MEDIA AND PEOPLE HAVING
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  • EASY ACCESS, INSTANT ACCESS TO SO MANY THINGS,
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  • THE POLICE ARE ALWAYS IN THE LIME LIGHT.
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  • PEOPLE LOVE STORIES ABOUT POLICE BECAUSE IT'S EXCITING
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  • FOR FOLKS AND A LOT OF TIMES THOSE STORIES AREN'T
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  • TO OUR BENEFIT, THEY'RE YOU KNOW,
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  • NOT REALLY GOOD, POSITIVE STORIES.
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  • - SO CITIZENS OFTEN HAVE A MISPERCEPTION
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  • OF WHAT COPS CAN AND CAN'T DO,
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  • OR WHAT COPS DO ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
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  • SO, THE MEDIA FOR EXAMPLE,
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  • YOU KNOW, THEY HIGHLIGHT WHEN WE GET THINGS WRONG.
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  • WELL, THERE'S HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF CONTACTS A DAY
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  • ACROSS THE UNITED STATES WITH THE POLICE
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  • WHERE WE GET IT RIGHT,
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  • BUT THOSE THINGS CAN'T BE SHOWN,
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  • BECAUSE ONE, NOBODY CARES ABOUT A TRAFFIC STOP
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  • THAT AN OFFICER DID WITH A CITIZEN
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  • AND THE CITIZEN FELT LIKE THEY WERE TREATED
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  • WITH DIGNITY AND RESPECT, EVEN THOUGH THEY GOT A
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  • TRAFFIC TICKET AND WENT ON THEIR WAY.
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  • YOU KNOW THOSE THINGS DON'T COME OUT ON THE MEDIA,
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  • THE THINGS THAT COME OUT ARE WHEN WE DO HARM,
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  • WE DO VIOLENCE, WE ARE ENGAGED IN CORRUPTION
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  • OR ILLEGAL ACTIVITY, AND THEN EVERY SINGLE POLICE OFFICER
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  • ACROSS THE UNITED STATES IS GROUPED INTO
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  • THAT PERSON, THAT PROFESSION,
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  • WHICH I'VE NEVER UNDERSTOOD.
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  • A DOCTOR CAN COMMIT MALPRACTICE OR MAKE A HUGE MISTAKE
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  • AND LOSE SOMEBODIES LIFE, BUT IT DOESN'T BECOME,
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  • ALL DOCTORS DO WHAT THAT DOCTOR DID.
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  • BUT IN POLICING, FOR EVERY POLICE OFFICER
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  • THAT SCREWS UP, EVERY OFFICER
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  • IN THE UNITED STATES IS CONDEMNED.
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  • - SO MANY INCIDENTS LATELY, LAST COUPLE YEARS HAVE BEEN
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  • COUNTER DEMONSTRATIONS, WHERE WE'RE DEALING WITH
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  • MORE THAN ONE SIDE OF AN OPINION
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  • OR A STATEMENT'S TRYIN' TO BE MADE.
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  • SOME OF 'EM HAVE REALLY GONE BAD,
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  • IT DIDN'T COME OUT GOOD FOR THE POLICE,
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  • NO MATTER WHICH WAY THAT MAY HAVE GONE
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  • WE WERE BLAMED FOR SOME OF IT,
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  • MAYBE RIGHTLY SO, I WASN'T THERE
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  • ON ANY OF THOSE REALLY BAD ONES THAT HAPPENED
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  • IN OTHER AREAS OF THE COUNTRY,
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  • BUT WE STILL FEEL THE IMPACT
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  • AND WE STILL GET COLLATERAL DAMAGE
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  • FROM WHAT OTHER OFFICERS DO IN OTHER
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  • CITIES AND STATES AND WE'RE BETTER AT DEALING WITH THAT.
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  • I THINK OUR OFFICERS NOW ARE BETTER AT EXPLAINING
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  • WHAT WE DO AND WHY WE DO IT.
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  • I KNOW THE COMMUNITY POLICING UNIT IS TAGGED WITH THAT
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  • RESPONSIBILITY, IT'S PART OF OUR DUTY
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  • AND I TRY TO DO THAT EVERY CHANCE I GET,
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  • AND THAT DRAWS ME CLOSER TO WHOEVER I MIGHT BE SPEAKING TO,
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  • WHEN THEY UNDERSTAND, THEY'RE MORE COMFORTABLE,
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  • WHEN THEY'RE MORE COMFORTABLE, WE'RE MORE APPROACHABLE
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  • AND THE WHOLE THING JUST WORKS.
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  • - SO THE COMMUNITY POLICING APPROACH IS ULTIMATELY
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  • NOT SO MUCH ABOUT US AS LAW ENFORCEMENT ENFORCING THE LAW,
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  • IT'S MORE OF THE APPROACH OF HAVING AN INTERACTION WITH
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  • THE COMMUNITY AND WITH CITIZENS AND ALL OF THE ABOVE.
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  • IT'S MORE OF A ONE ON ONE,
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  • I MEET YOU, YOU MEET ME, WE KIND OF TALK
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  • ABOUT SOME OF THE ISSUES THAT MAY ULTIMATELY
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  • AFFECT YOUR DAY TO DAY, AND THEN THAT'S WHERE I COME IN
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  • AND SAY HEY, HOW CAN I BETTER MAKE YOUR DAY BETTER.
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  • - COMMUNITY POLICING IS AN ORGANIZATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
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  • THAT MUST BE EMBRACED FROM THE TOP DOWN
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  • AND THE BOTTOM UP.
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  • IT IS A TRUE UNDERSTANDING THAT THE POLICE
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  • CANNOT DO IT ALONE, AND MUST BUILD PARTNERSHIPS
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  • WITH THE COMMUNITY TO SOLVE COMMUNITY PROBLEMS.
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  • CRIME IS A COMMUNITY PROBLEM,
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  • NOT JUST A POLICE PROBLEM.
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  • THE SOLUTION TO CRIME IS ROOTED
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  • IN CRIME PREVENTION AND THE PREVENTION OF PROBLEMS
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  • CONDUCIVE TO CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR,
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  • AND THE END GOAL OF PREVENTION AND COMMUNITY POLICING
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  • IS AN IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE FOR EVERYONE
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  • IN THE COMMUNITY.
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  • NOW THIS MEANS THE END GOAL FOR ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
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  • SHOULD BE IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE
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  • FOR THOSE WHO LIVE IN, VISIT, OR OWN A BUSINESS
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  • IN THEIR COMMUNITIES, AND THIS APPROACH TO POLICING
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  • PERHAPS IS A COMMON SENSE APPEAL TO THOSE OF US
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  • WHO MIGHT NOT HAVE GROWN UP IN AN OLDER GENERATION.
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  • - I GREW UP IN SOME OF THE ROUGHEST NEIGHBORHOODS
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  • IN BALTIMORE CITY.
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  • WE GREW UP POOR, I DIDN'T KNOW IT 'CAUSE IT WAS A LOT
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  • OF LOVE IN THE FAMILY, BUT WE GREW UP AND WERE POOR,
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  • AND BECAUSE WE WERE POOR WE DID A LOT OF MOVING AROUND,
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  • PROBABLY LIVED IN ABOUT FOUR HOMES,
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  • FOUR OR FIVE DIFFERENT LOCATIONS BEFORE I BECAME OF AGE
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  • WHERE I COULD MOVE OUT ON MY OWN,
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  • BUT I WILL TELL YOU, EACH ONE OF THOSE NEIGHBORHOODS
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  • THERE WAS THAT VILLAGE MENTALITY, THAT VILLAGE CONCEPT.
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  • THAT WAS A TIME WHEN WE ALL HAD EQUITY WITH ONE ANOTHER,
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  • WE ALL KNEW EACH OTHER,
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  • WE ALL TOOK CARE OF EACH OTHER, RIGHT.
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  • WE DIDN'T CALL THE POLICE, BECAUSE I REALLY BELIEVE,
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  • NOT JUST IN BALTIMORE BUT IN A LOT OF PLACES ACROSS
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  • AMERICA, THE REASON WE'RE SEEING THIS CHAOS
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  • THAT WE'RE SEEING IS BECAUSE WE'RE RELATIONALLY BANKRUPT.
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  • WE KNOW WE HAVE NEIGHBORS,
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  • BUT WE DON'T KNOW THOSE NEIGHBORS.
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  • COMMUNITY POLICING IS LITERALLY A COMMUNITY
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  • THAT HAS LEARNED TO POLICE ITSELF,
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  • WITH OR WITHOUT THE POLICE. ALRIGHT, SO COMMUNITY POLICING,
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  • YOU CAN ALMOST TAKE THE POLICE TERMINOLOGY OUT OF IT,
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  • LIKE WHEN YOU'RE RAISING A FAMILY YOU HAVE TO POLICE
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  • THOSE KIDS, RIGHT.
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  • AND SO THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH POLICE PER SE,
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  • THAT JUST HAS TO DO WITH DISCIPLINE AND HOW YOU RAISE,
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  • A VILLAGE MENTALITY.
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  • SO SAME THING, COMMUNITY POLICING,
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  • THE TRUE TERMINOLOGY FOR ME IS A COMMUNITY
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  • THAT HAS LEARNED TO POLICE ITSELF,
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  • RIGHT IT'S OWN WRONGS.
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  • ALRIGHT, AND WHEN IT SEE ITSELF GOING DOWN THE WRONG PATH
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  • IT STRAIGHTENS OUT, AND OFTEN, NOT OFTEN,
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  • BUT WHEN THERE ARE TIMES THAT YOU NEED POLICE TO COME IN
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  • TO HELP RIGHT THOSE WRONGS, THEN YOU CALL THE POLICE,
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  • AND THE POLICE DON'T COME IN, YES AS AUTHORITATIVE
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  • BUT THEY DON'T COME IN AS AGGRESSORS.
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  • - COMMUNITY POLICING FOR ME AND MY DEFINITION WOULD BE
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  • BEING ABLE TO REDUCE CRIME THROUGH
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  • COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND INTERACTION.
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  • SO, IT WOULD BE BEING ABLE TO REDUCE CRIME
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  • WITHOUT PULLING OUT YOUR HANDCUFFS,
  • 00:09:59.180 --> 00:10:02.000
  • OR PULLING ANY WEAPON ON YOUR BELT.
  • 00:10:02.020 --> 00:10:04.020
  • IT'S SIMPLY COMMUNICATION AND BUILDING THE RELATIONSHIP
  • 00:10:04.040 --> 00:10:06.140
  • AND RAPPORT WITH THE PEOPLE THAT WE SERVE.
  • 00:10:06.160 --> 00:10:08.230
  • - IF YOU LOOK AT WHAT COPS DO OUT IN THE FIELD,
  • 00:10:08.250 --> 00:10:11.000
  • 100% OF OUR JOB IS COMMUNICATION.
  • 00:10:11.020 --> 00:10:13.070
  • - TO ME COMMUNITY POLICING IS A CONDUIT IF YOU WILL
  • 00:10:13.090 --> 00:10:16.200
  • FOR THE FOLKS THAT WE ARE SWORN TO PROTECT AND SERVE
  • 00:10:16.220 --> 00:10:19.270
  • TO HAVE ACCESS TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.
  • 00:10:19.290 --> 00:10:21.220
  • IN OUR UNIT WE STRIVE TO SHOW THAT THE POLICE
  • 00:10:21.240 --> 00:10:25.060
  • ARE APPROACHABLE AND THAT WE ARE THERE TO HELP.
  • 00:10:25.080 --> 00:10:28.180
  • A LOT OF TIMES THEY WILL SEE US IN A BAD LIGHT BECAUSE
  • 00:10:28.200 --> 00:10:32.090
  • OF THE INCIDENT WE MAY BE RESPONDING TO IS BAD
  • 00:10:32.110 --> 00:10:36.210
  • AND WE'RE IMMEDIATELY RELATED TO THAT,
  • 00:10:36.230 --> 00:10:39.210
  • REGARDLESS OF HOW WE HANDLE IT,
  • 00:10:39.230 --> 00:10:41.190
  • WE'RE SEEN AS ONLY BEING THERE WHEN THINGS ARE BAD
  • 00:10:41.210 --> 00:10:44.000
  • AND THAT'S NOT TRUE AT ALL.
  • 00:10:44.020 --> 00:10:45.210
  • - WHEN MOST CITIZENS LOOK AT LAW ENFORCEMENT,
  • 00:10:45.230 --> 00:10:48.090
  • THEY LOOK AT THE COP THAT'S STOPPIN' A CAR AND GIVING
  • 00:10:48.110 --> 00:10:50.210
  • THAT PERSON A TICKET, OR THEY LOOK AT
  • 00:10:50.230 --> 00:10:53.120
  • SOMEONE THAT'S BEING ARRESTED FOR WHATEVER CRIME
  • 00:10:53.140 --> 00:10:56.140
  • THAT THEY MAY HAVE SEEN.
  • 00:10:56.160 --> 00:10:58.080
  • BUT THERE'S MORE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT
  • 00:10:58.100 --> 00:11:00.240
  • THAN JUST THE ENFORCEMENT SIDE OF IT.
  • 00:11:00.260 --> 00:11:02.270
  • COMMUNITY POLICING IS JUST AS IMPORTANT TO LAW ENFORCEMENT
  • 00:11:02.290 --> 00:11:07.000
  • AS THE ENFORCEMENT SIDE.
  • 00:11:07.020 --> 00:11:09.150
  • WHERE YOU HAVE THE ENFORCEMENT SIDE THAT HELPS REDUCE CRIME,
  • 00:11:09.170 --> 00:11:12.170
  • COMMUNITY POLICING SIDE BUILDS THAT RELATIONSHIP
  • 00:11:12.190 --> 00:11:15.150
  • TO BRIDGE THAT GAP, TO ACHIEVE THE SAME GOAL.
  • 00:11:15.170 --> 00:11:19.110
  • - ABOUT 20 YEARS AGO I WAS A PATROL OFFICER
  • 00:11:19.130 --> 00:11:23.160
  • AND AS A PATROL OFFICER, YOU'RE ABLE TO SEE EVERYTHING,
  • 00:11:23.180 --> 00:11:29.020
  • FAMILIES STRUGGLING, YOU GET TO SEE
  • 00:11:29.040 --> 00:11:31.250
  • THE GOOD AND THE WORST OF PEOPLE,
  • 00:11:31.270 --> 00:11:34.030
  • AND MANY TIMES YOU DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO SPEND
  • 00:11:34.050 --> 00:11:38.260
  • WITH FOLKS AND MAKE SURE THAT THEY'RE TAKEN CARE OF,
  • 00:11:38.280 --> 00:11:42.010
  • BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO GO ON TO THE NEXT CALL.
  • 00:11:42.030 --> 00:11:44.140
  • - BACK WHEN I WAS ON PATROL, I COULDN'T FOLLOW UP
  • 00:11:44.160 --> 00:11:47.210
  • WITH PEOPLE AND GO CHECK ON THEM OR DO A HOME VISIT,
  • 00:11:47.230 --> 00:11:51.010
  • IT WAS HARD, NOT THAT I DIDN'T WANT TO,
  • 00:11:51.030 --> 00:11:52.160
  • BUT I DIDN'T HAVE THE LUXURY TO, WE DIDN'T HAVE THE TIME.
  • 00:11:52.180 --> 00:11:56.060
  • I COULD BARELY EAT, SOME DAYS YOU WOULD EAT IN YOUR CAR,
  • 00:11:56.080 --> 00:11:59.120
  • LIKE RUN TO RUN YOU WOULD EAT.
  • 00:11:59.140 --> 00:12:01.130
  • SO NOW IN MY NEW POSITION, I HAVE A LOT MORE TIME
  • 00:12:01.150 --> 00:12:06.030
  • TO GO CHECK ON PEOPLE AND SEE HOW THEY'RE DOING.
  • 00:12:06.050 --> 00:12:08.180
  • YOU KNOW MONTHS AFTER LIKE A TRAGIC INCIDENT HAPPENED,
  • 00:12:08.200 --> 00:12:12.020
  • LIKE THEY GOT BURGLARIZED, GO MAKE SURE THEY'RE
  • 00:12:12.040 --> 00:12:14.110
  • TAKEN CARE OF AND THEY'RE STILL DOING OKAY FROM IT,
  • 00:12:14.130 --> 00:12:16.290
  • AND JUST CHECK ON THEM SINCE, AND YOU KNOW
  • 00:12:17.010 --> 00:12:19.230
  • SINCE I HAVE THAT, REALLY BUILD THAT RELATIONSHIP
  • 00:12:19.250 --> 00:12:21.240
  • EVEN MORE AND STRENGTHEN THAT AND GO VISIT 'EM.
  • 00:12:21.260 --> 00:12:25.280
  • (LIGHT PIANO MUSIC)
  • 00:12:26.000 --> 00:12:28.050
  • - WE ARE A UNIT THAT WAS STARTED IN I BELIEVE 2015,
  • 00:12:28.070 --> 00:12:32.180
  • AND UNDER THIS UNIT WE HAVE 10 OFFICERS
  • 00:12:32.200 --> 00:12:37.050
  • AND 17 OTHER OFFICERS THAT WORK IN THE SCHOOLS,
  • 00:12:37.070 --> 00:12:41.270
  • 10 OFFICERS THAT WORK OUT IN THE COMMUNITY.
  • 00:12:41.290 --> 00:12:43.280
  • AND THEIR PRIMARY FOCUS IS REALLY FOCUSING
  • 00:12:44.000 --> 00:12:47.090
  • ON BUILDING POLICE AND CITIZEN'S RELATIONSHIPS
  • 00:12:47.110 --> 00:12:50.150
  • ON A BROADER LEVEL.
  • 00:12:50.170 --> 00:12:52.220
  • - AND THIS UNIT, THIS COMMUNITY POLICING UNIT
  • 00:12:52.240 --> 00:12:54.210
  • THAT WE HAVE NOW FORTUNATELY, IS ABLE TO
  • 00:12:54.230 --> 00:12:57.240
  • PROVIDE THAT INFORMATION AND THAT FUNCTION
  • 00:12:57.260 --> 00:13:00.160
  • AND THAT APPEARANCE TO THE PUBLIC,
  • 00:13:00.180 --> 00:13:03.290
  • SO THEY DO HAVE A FEELING OF BEING COMFORTABLE
  • 00:13:04.010 --> 00:13:07.220
  • AROUND THE POLICE, USING THE POLICE AND THE TOOLS
  • 00:13:07.240 --> 00:13:10.090
  • AND SERVICES WE HAVE AND OUR SKILLS AS WELL,
  • 00:13:10.110 --> 00:13:12.280
  • TO HELP THEM HAVE A BETTER LIFE.
  • 00:13:13.000 --> 00:13:15.100
  • - WE GOTTA GET BACK TO WHERE WE'RE BEING INVESTED
  • 00:13:15.120 --> 00:13:17.240
  • IN EACH OTHER, THE POLICE GOTTA INVEST IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD,
  • 00:13:17.260 --> 00:13:19.210
  • THE COMMUNITY'S GOT TO INVEST IN NEIGHBORHOOD,
  • 00:13:19.230 --> 00:13:20.280
  • WE ALL GOT TO INVEST IN EACH OTHER
  • 00:13:21.000 --> 00:13:22.200
  • AND WE CAN GET BACK TO THAT PLACE.
  • 00:13:22.220 --> 00:13:24.130
  • - WE TRY TO SHOW UP EVERY TIME WE'RE INVITED,
  • 00:13:24.150 --> 00:13:26.270
  • NOW THAT OUR UNIT, THE INFORMATION AND WHAT WE'RE
  • 00:13:26.290 --> 00:13:31.080
  • ABOUT IS OUT SO TO SPEAK, WE'RE GETTING A LOT OF REQUESTS.
  • 00:13:31.100 --> 00:13:35.040
  • SOMETIMES WE ARE SPREAD A LITTLE TOO THIN
  • 00:13:35.060 --> 00:13:37.020
  • AND WE HAVE TO TURN 'EM DOWN, WHICH WE HATE TO DO,
  • 00:13:37.040 --> 00:13:38.260
  • BUT WE TRY TO MAKE IT UP SOMEWHERE ELSE.
  • 00:13:38.280 --> 00:13:40.210
  • - OUR COMMUNITY POLICING UNIT LAST YEAR
  • 00:13:40.230 --> 00:13:43.270
  • PARTICIPATED IN 800 PLUS EVENTS,
  • 00:13:43.290 --> 00:13:48.120
  • THAT COULD BE CHURCH FESTIVALS, SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS,
  • 00:13:48.140 --> 00:13:54.050
  • COMMUNITY PRESENTATIONS, COMMUNITY EVENTS,
  • 00:13:54.070 --> 00:13:58.060
  • 800 PLUS EVENTS, THAT'S A LOT OF EVENTS
  • 00:13:58.080 --> 00:14:01.280
  • FOR A 10 PERSON UNIT.
  • 00:14:02.000 --> 00:14:04.070
  • AND SO, I THINK IT IS IMPORTANT THAT WE ARE PROACTIVE,
  • 00:14:04.090 --> 00:14:10.010
  • THAT WE'RE GETTIN' OUT THERE,
  • 00:14:10.030 --> 00:14:11.120
  • THAT WE'RE BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE PUBLIC,
  • 00:14:11.140 --> 00:14:14.080
  • THAT WE'RE BEING SEEN.
  • 00:14:14.100 --> 00:14:16.000
  • - WITH REDUCING CRIME, RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE PEOPLE
  • 00:14:16.020 --> 00:14:18.240
  • WE SERVE IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT.
  • 00:14:18.260 --> 00:14:22.210
  • IT'S NO SECRET THAT WE CAN'T BE EVERYWHERE,
  • 00:14:22.230 --> 00:14:26.010
  • POLICE OFFICERS CAN'T BE EVERYWHERE, AT EVERY TIME,
  • 00:14:26.030 --> 00:14:28.090
  • AT EVERY MOMENT.
  • 00:14:28.110 --> 00:14:29.160
  • SO IT'S GREAT TO BUILD THOSE RELATIONSHIPS WITH
  • 00:14:29.180 --> 00:14:32.010
  • THE PEOPLE WE SERVE, BECAUSE THE PEOPLE WE SERVE
  • 00:14:32.030 --> 00:14:34.070
  • ARE ALL OVER OUR CITY, OR THEY'RE ALL OVER THE PLACE.
  • 00:14:34.090 --> 00:14:37.140
  • IT'S PRETTY COOL THAT, BECAUSE OF THE RELATIONSHIPS
  • 00:14:37.160 --> 00:14:40.040
  • THAT WE BUILT, IT'S KINDA LIKE A BANK ACCOUNT,
  • 00:14:40.060 --> 00:14:43.060
  • WE HAVE A LOT OF, A LOT OF RELATIONSHIPS RESERVED UP,
  • 00:14:43.080 --> 00:14:46.180
  • TO WHEN SOMETHING HAPPENS, WE KNOW WHERE WE NEED TO GO
  • 00:14:46.200 --> 00:14:50.020
  • TO FIGURE OUT HOW WE CAN RESOLVE THOSE ISSUES.
  • 00:14:50.040 --> 00:14:52.200
  • SO, THE THING ABOUT THIS BANK ACCOUNT OF RELATIONSHIPS,
  • 00:14:52.220 --> 00:14:58.060
  • IT GETS BIGGER, NOTHING'S EVER TAKEN OUT OF IT,
  • 00:14:58.080 --> 00:15:00.230
  • SO BUILDING THAT RELATIONSHIP GIVES US THE ABILITY
  • 00:15:00.250 --> 00:15:03.210
  • TO RELY ON THEM TO HELP US IN THE REDUCTION OF CRIME,
  • 00:15:03.230 --> 00:15:06.210
  • AND THAT GOES THROUGH COMMUNITY POLICING
  • 00:15:06.230 --> 00:15:08.130
  • AND AGAIN BUILDING THAT RELATIONSHIP.
  • 00:15:08.150 --> 00:15:10.250
  • - COMMUNITY POLICING IS BASED ON THE IDEA THAT WE ALL
  • 00:15:10.270 --> 00:15:13.250
  • HAVE A SIMILAR CULTURAL BACKGROUND,
  • 00:15:13.270 --> 00:15:16.010
  • THAT WE ALL HOLD SIMILAR VALUES.
  • 00:15:16.030 --> 00:15:18.220
  • COMMUNITY POLICING IS MOST EFFECTIVE
  • 00:15:18.240 --> 00:15:20.110
  • WHEN THE MEMBERS OF THAT COMMUNITY
  • 00:15:20.130 --> 00:15:23.000
  • HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON, LIKE THEIR HERITAGE
  • 00:15:23.020 --> 00:15:25.210
  • AND CAN BE BROUGHT TOGETHER IN MUCH THE SAME WAY
  • 00:15:25.230 --> 00:15:28.080
  • YOUR FAMILY MIGHT COME TOGETHER TO CONFRONT CHALLENGES,
  • 00:15:28.100 --> 00:15:31.250
  • BUT HOW DO YOU POLICE A COMMUNITY THAT HAS NO COMMON
  • 00:15:31.270 --> 00:15:35.170
  • CORE, NO SHARED HERITAGE, AND FEW UNIVERSAL VALUES.
  • 00:15:35.190 --> 00:15:39.060
  • HOW DOES THE CONCEPT OF COMMUNITY POLICING
  • 00:15:39.080 --> 00:15:41.150
  • PLAY OUT IN A NEIGHBORHOOD WHERE THERE IS
  • 00:15:41.170 --> 00:15:44.040
  • SO LITTLE IN COMMON?
  • 00:15:44.060 --> 00:15:46.010
  • - THE FOURTH DIVISION IS REALLY SPECIAL,
  • 00:15:46.030 --> 00:15:48.060
  • IT'S THE MOST DIVERSE DIVISION OUT OF ALL EIGHT OF THEM.
  • 00:15:48.080 --> 00:15:52.200
  • WE HAVE A LOT OF IMMIGRANTS THAT COME IN,
  • 00:15:52.220 --> 00:15:55.190
  • A LOT OF JUST DIVERSE CULTURES
  • 00:15:55.210 --> 00:15:58.060
  • AND A LOT OF THEM DON'T BELIEVE IN CALLING 911.
  • 00:15:58.080 --> 00:16:02.000
  • I PULLED OVER SOMEONE ON PATROL ON BERRY BOULEVARD
  • 00:16:02.020 --> 00:16:06.090
  • AND HE WAS AN IMMIGRANT, AND LIKE HE TRIED TO SLIP ME
  • 00:16:06.110 --> 00:16:09.200
  • 20 DOLLARS BECAUSE THAT'S HOW THEY DO IT,
  • 00:16:09.220 --> 00:16:13.020
  • LIKE IN THEIR COUNTRY, LIKE IT IS CORRUPT,
  • 00:16:13.040 --> 00:16:15.170
  • SO THEY CAN PAY OFFICERS X AMOUNT OF DOLLARS
  • 00:16:15.190 --> 00:16:19.180
  • TO GET OUT OF LIKE A SPEEDING TICKET OR WHATEVER,
  • 00:16:19.200 --> 00:16:22.060
  • SO THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE USED TO.
  • 00:16:22.080 --> 00:16:25.090
  • AND SO, IT'S JUST THAT WHOLE LIKE KINDA TRANSITIONING THEM
  • 00:16:25.110 --> 00:16:28.220
  • AND RELEARNING FOR THEM THAT THEY HAVE TO DO IT,
  • 00:16:28.240 --> 00:16:31.010
  • AND KNOW THAT THAT'S NOT ACCEPTABLE HERE
  • 00:16:31.030 --> 00:16:32.200
  • AND THAT'S NOT HOW WE OPERATE, YOU KNOW
  • 00:16:32.220 --> 00:16:36.000
  • WE ABIDE BY THE LAW.
  • 00:16:36.020 --> 00:16:37.130
  • AND SOME OF THE EFFORTS THAT I'VE MADE TO
  • 00:16:37.150 --> 00:16:40.140
  • HELP KIND OF GET THEM OUT OF THINKING THAT WAY
  • 00:16:40.160 --> 00:16:44.080
  • AND THINKING LIKE WE CAN TRUST THE POLICE,
  • 00:16:44.100 --> 00:16:46.040
  • WE SHOULD CALL 911 IS,
  • 00:16:46.060 --> 00:16:50.020
  • I TEACH A COUPLE OF CLASSES TO REFUGEES
  • 00:16:50.040 --> 00:16:53.080
  • AND I DO IT IN PLAIN CLOTHES.
  • 00:16:53.100 --> 00:16:55.160
  • I'VE ACTUALLY BEEN ASKED A LOT TO DO THINGS IN PLAIN CLOTHES
  • 00:16:55.180 --> 00:16:58.140
  • BECAUSE WHEN I'M IN PLAIN CLOTHES IT'S LESS INTIMIDATING
  • 00:16:58.160 --> 00:17:02.070
  • THAN I GUESS SEEING ME IN A UNIFORM,
  • 00:17:02.090 --> 00:17:05.240
  • YOU BUILD THAT RELATIONSHIP SO THEY'D SEE ME
  • 00:17:05.260 --> 00:17:08.150
  • JUST AS A REGULAR PERSON.
  • 00:17:08.170 --> 00:17:10.000
  • I THINK IT HELPS THEM KNOW THAT LIKE WE CARE ABOUT 'EM,
  • 00:17:10.020 --> 00:17:15.090
  • LIKE WELCOME TO THE UNITED STATES, WE'RE POLICE,
  • 00:17:15.110 --> 00:17:17.240
  • WE'RE HERE TO HELP YOU, WE'RE HERE TO SAVE YOU,
  • 00:17:17.260 --> 00:17:19.170
  • AND WE JUST WANNA HELP IN ANY WAY WE CAN,
  • 00:17:19.190 --> 00:17:22.050
  • AND WE'RE YOUR FRIENDS YOU CAN TRUST US.
  • 00:17:22.070 --> 00:17:25.170
  • - BEFORE I WAS PROMOTED TO BE A SERGEANT FOR
  • 00:17:25.190 --> 00:17:29.220
  • THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, I RODE A BEAT
  • 00:17:29.240 --> 00:17:32.200
  • JUST LIKE A REGULAR NORMAL POLICE OFFICER WOULD,
  • 00:17:32.220 --> 00:17:35.090
  • AND PART OF THAT BEAT WAS THE BEECHER TERRACE
  • 00:17:35.110 --> 00:17:37.230
  • HOUSING DEVELOPMENT.
  • 00:17:37.250 --> 00:17:38.290
  • - THIS CENTER, IT'S CELL SITS IN THE HEART OF
  • 00:17:39.010 --> 00:17:43.020
  • THE BEECHER TERRACE COMMUNITY,
  • 00:17:43.040 --> 00:17:44.100
  • WHICH IS A PUBLIC HOUSING COMPLEX.
  • 00:17:44.120 --> 00:17:46.170
  • SO WE SERVE ANYWHERE FROM 681 RESIDENTS TO OTHER RESIDENTS
  • 00:17:46.190 --> 00:17:51.240
  • IN THE OUTLYING RUSSELL AREA.
  • 00:17:51.260 --> 00:17:54.000
  • - SO, ONE OF MY PERSONAL, I GUESS ACHIEVEMENTS,
  • 00:17:54.020 --> 00:17:57.070
  • PROBABLY THE BEST THING THAT'S HAPPENED ON THE CREW,
  • 00:17:57.090 --> 00:18:00.030
  • IS BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE DIRECTOR OF THAT
  • 00:18:00.050 --> 00:18:03.200
  • COMMUNITY CENTER, SO WHEN I WAS RIDIN' THE BEAT,
  • 00:18:03.220 --> 00:18:07.000
  • I WOULD GO IN THERE AND I WOULD BE ABLE TO
  • 00:18:07.020 --> 00:18:09.060
  • SHOOT BASKETBALL WITH THE KIDS DURING THE DAY.
  • 00:18:09.080 --> 00:18:11.080
  • AND IF I HAD A RADIO CALL, OF COURSE I GOTTA RUN BACK OUT,
  • 00:18:11.100 --> 00:18:13.200
  • TAKE THE CALL AND IF THERE'S TIME ENOUGH TO DO SO
  • 00:18:13.220 --> 00:18:16.070
  • I WOULD COME BACK AND SHOOT HOOPS WITH 'EM AGAIN.
  • 00:18:16.090 --> 00:18:18.220
  • - OTHER OFFICERS MAY BE MORE FORMAL,
  • 00:18:18.240 --> 00:18:21.020
  • THEY'D WAVE IN PASSING BUT NEVER REALLY STOP
  • 00:18:21.040 --> 00:18:24.280
  • TO SEE WHAT WE HAD GOIN' ON IN HERE.
  • 00:18:25.000 --> 00:18:26.280
  • OFFICER COLLINS, WHEN HE CAME ON THE SCENE,
  • 00:18:27.000 --> 00:18:29.220
  • IT BECAME A LITTLE MORE PERSONAL.
  • 00:18:29.240 --> 00:18:31.030
  • HE WAS KIND AND THE COMPASSION THAT I HAD WITNESSED
  • 00:18:31.050 --> 00:18:35.270
  • HIM A COUPLE OF TIMES TAKE THE TIME
  • 00:18:35.290 --> 00:18:37.290
  • TO EXPLAIN SITUATIONS TO INDIVIDUALS THAT OTHER OFFICERS
  • 00:18:38.010 --> 00:18:41.120
  • WOULD'VE PROBABLY LOCKED THEM UP AND INSTEAD
  • 00:18:41.140 --> 00:18:45.030
  • HE TOOK THE TIME TO INTERACT WITH THEM AND FIND OUT
  • 00:18:45.050 --> 00:18:48.160
  • WHAT ACTUALLY WAS GOING ON AND FIND A RESOLUTION,
  • 00:18:48.180 --> 00:18:51.100
  • THAT IMPRESSED ME.
  • 00:18:51.120 --> 00:18:52.250
  • THAT SENSE OF COMMUNITY CAME BACK TO THE AREA.
  • 00:18:52.270 --> 00:18:56.210
  • THE POLICE BECAME MORE VISIBLE I WOULD SAY
  • 00:18:56.230 --> 00:18:59.200
  • AND MORE ACTIVE HERE IN THE COMMUNITY
  • 00:18:59.220 --> 00:19:02.120
  • AND IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
  • 00:19:02.140 --> 00:19:05.040
  • THEY KNOW THAT THEY'RE THERE, THEY'RE OUT WALKING THE BEAT,
  • 00:19:05.060 --> 00:19:08.170
  • THEY'RE OUT INTERACTING WITH THE COMMUNITY. I SEE THEM
  • 00:19:08.190 --> 00:19:12.260
  • OUT OF THE CAR, WHICH IS A GOOD THING.
  • 00:19:12.280 --> 00:19:15.140
  • - THIS AREA STILL HAS SOME ISSUES,
  • 00:19:15.160 --> 00:19:17.060
  • BUT WE'VE GAINED A LOT OF FOOTING AND YOU KNOW
  • 00:19:17.080 --> 00:19:20.220
  • DOING A GREAT JOB OF ELIMINATING
  • 00:19:20.240 --> 00:19:22.040
  • A LOT OF CRIME IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD.
  • 00:19:22.060 --> 00:19:24.000
  • AND PART OF THAT IS, YOU KNOW GIVING BACK THAT
  • 00:19:24.020 --> 00:19:26.270
  • COMMUNITY FEEL AND THAT NEIGHBORHOOD FEEL.
  • 00:19:26.290 --> 00:19:28.220
  • - THE CONCEPT OF COMMUNITY POLICING
  • 00:19:28.240 --> 00:19:30.220
  • IS NOT WITHOUT IT'S OPPONENTS.
  • 00:19:30.240 --> 00:19:32.190
  • WHILE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS AND LOCALLY BASED OFFICERS
  • 00:19:32.210 --> 00:19:35.290
  • WORKING INTIMATELY WITH NEIGHBORHOODS ARE GOOD THINGS,
  • 00:19:36.010 --> 00:19:39.280
  • WE HAVE TO LOOK CLINICALLY AT THE RESULTS.
  • 00:19:40.000 --> 00:19:43.030
  • ARE THESE EFFORTS CREATING SAFER NEIGHBORHOODS,
  • 00:19:43.050 --> 00:19:45.100
  • CREATING A SENSE OF WELL BEING IN OUR CITIZENS,
  • 00:19:45.120 --> 00:19:47.130
  • AND BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN OFFICERS
  • 00:19:47.150 --> 00:19:50.000
  • AND THOSE THEY ARE CALLED TO PROTECT AND SERVE?
  • 00:19:50.020 --> 00:19:53.250
  • TO BE SURE, POLICE PROGRAMS NEED TO DEPEND
  • 00:19:53.270 --> 00:19:57.030
  • NOT ON THE STATISTICS AROUND THEIR OUTREACH PROGRAMS
  • 00:19:57.050 --> 00:20:00.210
  • NOR ON FEEL GOOD SOUNDBITES FROM SELECT MEMBERS
  • 00:20:00.230 --> 00:20:03.210
  • OF THEIR CONSTITUENCIES.
  • 00:20:03.230 --> 00:20:05.150
  • ONLY A TRUE SCIENTIFIC METHOD IS APPROPRIATE
  • 00:20:05.170 --> 00:20:08.090
  • TO EVALUATE THE RESULTS OF THESE CRITICAL EFFORTS.
  • 00:20:08.110 --> 00:20:12.110
  • - SO, EVIDENCE-BASED POLICING WAS THE IDEA THAT
  • 00:20:12.130 --> 00:20:16.090
  • YOU CAN BRING POLICE RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE,
  • 00:20:16.110 --> 00:20:19.190
  • IT'S THE IDEA THAT WE LOOK AT THE RESEARCH FIRST
  • 00:20:19.210 --> 00:20:22.110
  • TO UNDERSTAND HOW CRIME WORKS,
  • 00:20:22.130 --> 00:20:25.250
  • HOW VICTIMOLOGY WORKS, HOW CRIMINOLOGY WORKS
  • 00:20:25.270 --> 00:20:29.110
  • AND IN SOCIOLOGY, ALL THESE THEORIES THAT WE HAVE ABOUT
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  • WHY PEOPLE DO WHAT THEY DO
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  • AND THEN APPLYING IT IN THE FIELD AS POLICE OFFICERS.
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  • SO WE HAVE THIS MISCONCEPTION OF CRIME STARTS TO CLIMB UP,
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  • WE DO AN INTERVENTION, IT GOES DOWN,
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  • WE HIGH FIVE OURSELVES BECAUSE WE SAID,
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  • HEY LOOK, OUR INTERVENTION'S SUCCESSFUL,
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  • AREN'T WE GREAT.
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  • THE BEST EXAMPLE THAT PEOPLE USE QUITE A BIT
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  • IS SCARED STRAIGHT.
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  • SCARED STRAIGHT WAS A PROGRAM THAT WE STARTED
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  • TAKING KIDS WHEN WE THOUGHT THAT WHEN THEY COMMITTED A CRIME
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  • WE WANTED TO TAKE 'EM TO JAILS AND TAKE 'EM INTO PRISON
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  • AND SCARE THEM, TO SHOW THEM
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  • HOW HORRIBLE LIFE IN PRISON WAS, RIGHT.
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  • SO IT TOOK 20 YEARS FOR SOMEBODY TO ACTUALLY
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  • RUN A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS
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  • WHERE THEY TOOK THOSE KIDS AND SAID OKAY 200 ARE GONNA
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  • BE SENT THROUGH SCARED STRAIGHT,
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  • AND 200 WE'RE GONNA DO NOTHING WITH,
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  • WE'RE JUST GONNA LET THEM BE.
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  • BUT WHAT THEY FOUND IS, OF THE 200 KIDS THAT WENT THROUGH
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  • SCARED STRAIGHT, YEAH 150 OF THEM DIDN'T RECIDIVATE,
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  • BUT 170 DIDN'T RECIDIVATE WITH THE CONTROLLED GROUP
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  • THAT WE DID NOTHING WITH.
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  • WHY I THINK EVIDENCE BASED POLICING IS SO IMPORTANT
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  • IS BECAUSE I THINK WE HAVE AN ETHICAL DUTY TO OUR PUBLIC
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  • TO UNDERSTAND IF WE'RE ACTUALLY BENEFITING OUR COMMUNITY,
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  • OR IF WE'RE CREATING HARM,
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  • AND IF WE ALWAYS JUST CREATE PROGRAMS
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  • AND THEN PUT THEM OUT INTO THE FIELD WITHOUT TESTING
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  • WHETHER THEY WORK, THEN
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  • WE DON'T KNOW IF WE'RE CREATING HARM.
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  • - I THINK POLICE HAVE HORRIFICALLY
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  • DROPPED THE BALL IN THIS AREA.
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  • WHEN IT COMES TO SAYING ISSUES IN OUR COMMUNITIES
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  • THAT WE'RE CHARGED TO KEEP THE PEACE,
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  • WE BY OURSELVES USUALLY COME UP WITH STRATEGIES
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  • AND WE NEVER INCLUDE THE COMMUNITY.
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  • I'VE LEARNED A LONG TIME AGO TO GO INTO MY COMMUNITY
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  • AND ASK THEM.
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  • NOW I ALREADY KNOW WHAT THE ISSUES ARE.
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  • WHAT'S YOUR ISSUES IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD,
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  • WHAT ARE YOUR CONCERNS?
  • 00:22:21.110 --> 00:22:22.270
  • - A LOT OF TIMES WHEN IT COMES TO EVIDENCE-BASED POLICING,
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  • COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING, PROBLEM ORIENTED POLICING,
  • 00:22:25.170 --> 00:22:28.150
  • ALL THESE DIFFERENT TYPES OF POLICING.
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  • EVIDENCE-BASED POLICING WOULD BE THE UMBRELLA OVER IT,
  • 00:22:31.040 --> 00:22:33.120
  • AND THESE OTHER TYPES OF POLICING FIT UNDERNEATH.
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  • SO, IF YOU'RE LOOKING AT HOW TO BETTER ENHANCE
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  • COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING, I WOULD SUGGEST
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  • THAT YOU HAVE TO DO IT FROM AN EVIDENCED-BASED,
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  • YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND IF YOU'RE TRULY EFFECTIVE,
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  • EFFICIENT AND YOU'RE REDUCING HARM TO YOUR COMMUNITY.
  • 00:22:47.260 --> 00:22:51.270
  • - [NARRATOR] IN A TIME WHERE SOCIAL MEDIA
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  • CAN PORTRAY ANY MESSAGE YOU WANT AND HAVE POTENTIAL
  • 00:22:54.030 --> 00:22:56.010
  • TO SWAY MILLIONS OF PEOPLE'S VIEWS,
  • 00:22:56.030 --> 00:22:57.250
  • THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLICE AND CITIZENS IS
  • 00:22:57.270 --> 00:23:00.120
  • CONSTANTLY BEING CHALLENGED.
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  • COMMUNITY POLICING IS A STRATEGY OF POLICING
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  • TO GAIN CIVILIAN'S TRUST BY BUILDING TIES
  • 00:23:05.080 --> 00:23:07.020
  • AND WORKING CLOSELY WITH THE PUBLIC.
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  • THE PURPOSE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT IS TO PROTECT AND SERVE.
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  • IT IS MUCH HARDER TO DO WHEN THOSE IN UNIFORM
  • 00:23:12.130 --> 00:23:15.070
  • ARE PORTRAYED AS AGGRESSORS AND OUTSIDERS.
  • 00:23:15.090 --> 00:23:18.270
  • POLICE OFFICERS ARE WORKING HARD TO BE APPROACHABLE
  • 00:23:18.290 --> 00:23:21.220
  • AND TO BE SEEN AS PARTNERS WITHIN THEIR COMMUNITIES.
  • 00:23:21.240 --> 00:23:24.270
  • WHILE THEY DO MANY THINGS RIGHT AND HAVE A POSITIVE IMPACT,
  • 00:23:24.290 --> 00:23:28.070
  • THEY ARE OFTEN CHARACTERIZED BY THEIR OCCASIONAL MISTAKES.
  • 00:23:28.090 --> 00:23:31.120
  • IT IS IMPORTANT THAT EVERY CITIZEN MAKE AN EFFORT
  • 00:23:31.140 --> 00:23:34.110
  • TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT
  • 00:23:34.130 --> 00:23:36.070
  • AND THE COMMUNITIES THEY SERVE.
  • 00:23:36.090 --> 00:23:38.190
  • FOR MORE INFORMATION AND RESOURCES ABOUT
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  • COMMUNITY POLICING, PLEASE VISIT COPS.USDOJ.GOV.
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  • (SOFT MUSIC)
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  • - TO SERVE AND PROTECT, IS A PHRASE MADE FAMOUS
  • 00:23:52.020 --> 00:23:55.180
  • BY THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT,
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  • AND ADOPTED IN VARIOUS FORMS BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
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  • ACROSS THE UNITED STATES.
  • 00:24:00.180 --> 00:24:02.180
  • MOST OFFICERS WOULD AGREE THAT OUT OF THOSE TWO DUTIES,
  • 00:24:02.200 --> 00:24:06.080
  • PROTECTING IS THE SIMPLER DIRECTIVE.
  • 00:24:06.100 --> 00:24:09.120
  • SO WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY
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  • AS A POLICE OFFICER?
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  • HOW DO YOU SERVE A NEIGHBORHOOD, TOWN,
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  • OR CITY OF PEOPLE WHO ARE CULTURALLY, ECONOMICALLY,
  • 00:24:15.290 --> 00:24:19.160
  • AND EVEN RACIALLY DIFFERENT FROM YOU?
  • 00:24:19.180 --> 00:24:22.070
  • IT'S A COMPLICATED QUESTION,
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  • BUT ONE THAT POLICE AGENCIES ARE EAGER TO
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  • ALWAYS TRY TO ANSWER.
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  • (SOFT PIANO MUSIC)
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  • - ABOUT A YEAR OR SO AGO, I WAS ON PATROL HERE IN THE PARK.
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  • THAT MORNING WE RAN ACROSS A CAR AND IN THE CAR WAS
  • 00:24:33.280 --> 00:24:37.260
  • MOM, DAD, AND THREE CHILDREN, AND WE LEARNED THAT
  • 00:24:37.280 --> 00:24:42.000
  • THEY HAD RECENTLY LOST THEIR HOME,
  • 00:24:42.020 --> 00:24:45.140
  • SO WHAT WE DID WAS IS WE ACTUALLY, THE REST OF OUR DAY,
  • 00:24:45.160 --> 00:24:49.130
  • OUR TOUR OF DUTY WAS SPENT TRYING TO FIND THEM
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  • SHELTER AND HOUSING BEFORE THE EVENING FELL.
  • 00:24:52.130 --> 00:24:56.140
  • AND WE WERE SUCCESSFUL, WE ACTUALLY WERE ABLE TO
  • 00:24:56.160 --> 00:24:59.060
  • GET WITH THE MISSION AND THEY WERE ABLE TO MAKE
  • 00:24:59.080 --> 00:25:02.130
  • SOME PHONE CALLS AND GOT THOSE GUYS SOME SHELTER
  • 00:25:02.150 --> 00:25:07.090
  • AND THAT'S ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL THINGS ABOUT
  • 00:25:07.110 --> 00:25:11.290
  • BEING A PART OF THIS COMMUNITY
  • 00:25:12.010 --> 00:25:15.230
  • AND BEING SO COMPELLED TO HELP.
  • 00:25:15.250 --> 00:25:19.230
  • - OUR OFFICERS' INTENT IS TO MAKE THIS WHOLE PLACE BETTER.
  • 00:25:19.250 --> 00:25:24.030
  • OUR OFFICERS' INTENT ARE TO MAKE THE POLICE DEPARTMENT
  • 00:25:24.050 --> 00:25:26.230
  • BETTER IN ANY WAY THEY CAN.
  • 00:25:26.250 --> 00:25:29.240
  • BUT FOR OUR OUTREACH TO BE FULLY EFFECTIVE
  • 00:25:29.260 --> 00:25:32.240
  • IN THIS COMMUNITY, WE HAVE TO CLOSE THIS GAP
  • 00:25:32.260 --> 00:25:36.010
  • PARTICULARLY WITH OUR YOUNG FOLKS.
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  • ANY CHANCE WE CAN TO REACH OUT AND BRING 'EM IN
  • 00:25:38.220 --> 00:25:43.110
  • AND JUST SPEND A MINUTE WITH 'EM,
  • 00:25:43.130 --> 00:25:45.070
  • AND HELP THEM TO UNDERSTAND THAT WE CAN WORK TOGETHER
  • 00:25:45.090 --> 00:25:49.290
  • AND THAT WE CAN HAVE A SINGLE GOAL,
  • 00:25:50.010 --> 00:25:52.160
  • WHICH AGAIN IS FOR THIS TO BE A BETTER PLACE
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  • TO LIVE AND WORK.
  • 00:25:55.060 --> 00:25:56.190
  • - HOW DO WE GET BACK THERE?
  • 00:25:56.210 --> 00:25:58.020
  • BY STOP STANDING ON OPPOSING SIDES OF THE AISLES,
  • 00:25:58.040 --> 00:26:01.190
  • SHOUTING AT EACH OTHER AND POINTIN' A FINGER.
  • 00:26:01.210 --> 00:26:04.090
  • WE GOT ENOUGH THINGS IN COMMON THAT WE CAN WORK TOGETHER ON
  • 00:26:04.110 --> 00:26:07.150
  • IF WE JUST LEARN TO LAY ASIDE OUR DIFFERENCES.
  • 00:26:07.170 --> 00:26:09.120
  • AND THAT'S WHAT I TEACH MY COMMUNITY,
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  • AND THAT'S HOW I GET US ALL TO WORK TOGETHER.
  • 00:26:11.180 --> 00:26:14.200
  • I LOVE COPS AND I LOVE MY COMMUNITY.
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  • I LOVE BEING A OFFICER, BUT I ALSO LOVE
  • 00:26:17.210 --> 00:26:19.100
  • BEING A COMMUNITY MEMBER.
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  • AND BECAUSE I'M OF BOTH WORLDS, I RESPECT BOTH
  • 00:26:20.210 --> 00:26:22.190
  • AND I'M GONNA RESPECT BOTH ANYWAY.
  • 00:26:22.210 --> 00:26:24.130
  • BUT WITH BOTH, ON THE BOTH SIDES UNDERSTAND
  • 00:26:24.150 --> 00:26:26.130
  • THAT WE'RE BOTH A PART OF THE SAME FAMILY,
  • 00:26:26.150 --> 00:26:27.290
  • THE SAME RACE, AND SOMEBODY TAKE THAT FIRST STEP
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  • AND START ENGAGING AND INVESTING IN THE OTHER SIDE.
  • 00:26:32.140 --> 00:26:35.110
  • CAN WE COME TOGETHER IN A SPIRIT OF COLLABORATION,
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  • WORK TOGETHER AS TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERS FOR
  • 00:26:39.060 --> 00:26:42.040
  • OUR CITY AND WALK IT OUT TOGETHER.
  • 00:26:42.060 --> 00:26:45.100
  • AND IF WE CAN DO THAT, AND LOVE AND SERVE OUR CITY
  • 00:26:45.120 --> 00:26:48.210
  • THE WAY WE'RE INTENDED TO WITH LOVE AND KINDNESS,
  • 00:26:48.230 --> 00:26:51.000
  • THEN WE COULD TURN OUR CITY AROUND.
  • 00:26:51.020 --> 00:26:54.000
  • - I'M KELLY WRIGHT, THANKS FOR WATCHING.
  • 00:26:54.020 --> 00:26:55.280
  • AND REMEMBER, TOGETHER WE'RE TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS.
  • 00:26:56.000 --> 00:26:59.220
  • (FANCY PIANO MUSIC)
  • 00:26:59.240 --> 00:27:07.050
  • TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS
  • 00:27:07.070 --> 00:27:10.250
  • TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS
  • 00:27:10.270 --> 00:27:14.170
  • TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS
  • 00:27:14.190 --> 00:27:18.140
  • TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS
  • 00:27:18.160 --> 00:27:21.140
  • (FANCY PIANO PLAYING)
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