First Category: Police Practices and Community Relations

Police have the vital and difficult job of protecting public safety. Performing this job effectively does not require sacrificing civil liberties or civil rights. All Police officers, security, and police enforcers need to respect the rights of individuals while enforcing the law.

  • All countries have their different style, techniques or rules, and regulations when it comes to law enforcement.
  • Approach and initiatives to provide a sound implementation that community needs to follow and abide by the rules and regulations.
  • Routinely release informative law that results to shows how they're striving to improve the diversity of their workforce.
  • Must foster trust and cooperation between police agencies and the communities they serve.

The task force can draw from best practices across various areas of police operations and technological development.

The community relies on police departments to "Protect and Serve", and the police, in turn, rely on community support and cooperation, but the relationship is not always harmonious.

Most of the police agencies recommend institutionalizing best practices:

  • to promote a culture of accountability among law enforcement agencies in an effort to cultivate trust between police and the community they serve.

Recommendations on the 1st Century include accountability too. Without it, broken trust won't mind. The best way to achieve accountability is to be transparent about all aspects of policing.

Second Category: Police Research and Development

Third Category: Creativity and the Police Innovation