Trust between law enforcement and the public is essential. Communities rely on police and prosecutors to protect them from crime and injustice. They then rely on community support and cooperation in ensuring safety. But in too many neighborhoods across the country, this vital relationship is strained. Often, this has been due to negative past experiences with law enforcement – whether personal or from family and friends’ interactions, seen or heard, these traumatic experiences have placed law enforcement in a bad light.



Building Relationships with Family, Community Providers, and Law Enforcement that Support Recovery from Past and Ongoing Trauma that Disproportionally Impacts Low-Income and People of Color.

This Multi-Tiered Approach to Bridging the Gap includes:

  1. Strengthening the Community and Law Enforcement Relationships
  2. Supporting the Unresolved Black Trauma
  3. Addressing the School to Prison Pipeline

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