Strong relationships and trust between police departments and the communities they protect are essential to improving public safety. Community Oriented Policing (COP) Houses are part of a proven initiative pioneered by the Racine Police Department for improving community and law enforcement relations and lowering crime rates. In MFF Publishing’s very first project, we partnered with the Racine Police Department to publish their COP House Playbook. The playbook shows how to replicate their model, making it more accessible for communities across the country.
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