Public Safety

Community Policing, Sheriff Richard Wiles, Arturo Aguila, Public Safety

Border Interfaith Leaders Build Trust with El Paso Sheriff

Tuesday, July 19, 2016
El Paso Times

Over 80 leaders of Border Interfaith participated in three meetings with El Paso Sheriff Richard Wiles (including Lieutenants and Deputies) over the course of two months to build relationships of trust and to address community concerns... Read more about Border Interfaith Leaders Build Trust with El Paso Sheriff

Border Interfaith

Organization victories in Metro IAF area, Affordable Housing, Criminal Justice, Public Safety

Metro IAF Victories Update 2015

Monday, September 21, 2015
Metro IAF
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Metro IAF

Public Safety, Police, Community Policing, Gun Safety, Protest

Credit Cleveland [and GCC] for Largely Peaceful Protests

Thursday, May 28, 2015
Cleveland.com

What came through loud and clear this past week, however, is that -- rather than descend into violence and chaos -- the citizens of Cleveland chose to express their feelings of anger and dismay in a way that elevated their passionate message. Nothing got lost in a flash of fire or pile of rubble.

Maybe it was the call for peaceful protest by the Greater Cleveland Congregations... Read more about Credit Cleveland [and GCC] for Largely Peaceful Protests

GCC

Baltimore, Rebellion, Jobs, Public Safety, Training, Pastors

Baltimore Unrest Highlights City's Deprivation

Friday, May 1, 2015
Financial Times

After the global financial crisis hit in 2007, the small business that Mr Bey set up after his final jail stint ran into trouble. “I found myself falling backwards very quickly [and] drugs came back into my life.” Read more about Baltimore Unrest Highlights City's Deprivation

BUILD

Greater Cleveland Congregations, Public Safety, Police Reform

Momentum Building Toward Meaningful Police Reform in Cleveland

Sunday, March 8, 2015
Cleveland.com

For all the anger and mistrust swirling around the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice and the release of a critical U.S. Department of Justice report on the use of excessive force by Cleveland police, voices are being raised in clear expectation that meaningful change can be achieved. Read more about Momentum Building Toward Meaningful Police Reform in Cleveland

GCC

TMO, The Metropolitan Organization, Public Safety, Pasadena Police, Crime

TMO Church Leaders, Police Officials Forge Relationship to Combat Crime

Thursday, December 11, 2014
Pasadena Citizen

Leaders of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, the Metropolitan Organization and members of the community and law enforcement officials attended a public meeting Sunday morning to address crime in north Pasadena and to request more police presence in their neighborhoods. Read more about TMO Church Leaders, Police Officials Forge Relationship to Combat Crime

TMO

NYCHA, Security Cameras, Public Safety, East Brooklyn Congregations

NYCHA Screwed Up Application: Missed Out on Federal Funds

Sunday, November 23, 2014
New York Daily News

(De Blasio) blamed previous delays on ‘unacceptable bureaucracy,’ ” said the Rev. David Brawley, pastor at St. Paul Community Baptist Church in East New York, Brooklyn.

“Now we learn how little has changed for NYCHA residents over the past year under the mayor’s watch. The status quo has remained: ineptitude, distraction and neglect.” Read more about NYCHA Screwed Up Application: Missed Out on Federal Funds

EBC

Community Organizing in California, Immigration, Public Safety, Interfaith, Social Justice

Straight Talk from Immigrants at COPA Meeting with Sheriff

Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz County Sheriff Phil Wowak took steps toward building trust with the local immigrant community by hosting a town hall meeting Monday to discuss fears around deportation.  Communities Organized for Relational Power in Action, a Watsonville-based community advocacy group, organized the event to address unreported crime in immigrant communities. Read more about Straight Talk from Immigrants at COPA Meeting with Sheriff

COPA

Public Safety, Community Building

At Dorchester church, faith leaders, political candidates call for peace, unity in wake of marathon bombings

Monday, April 22, 2013
The Boston Globe

 

Area spiritual leaders from several religions and local political candidates gathered at Saint Mark Parish in Dorchester on Sunday evening to show support and unity after a sequence of brutal violence over the past week.

More than 500 people – a blend of Christians, Jews and Muslims – packed the basement of the century-old Catholic church to pray, reflect, sing and rally together. Read more about At Dorchester church, faith leaders, political candidates call for peace, unity in wake of marathon bombings

GBIO

Immigration, Public Safety

Senate Sends Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants Bill to Gov’s Desk

Thursday, May 30, 2013
CT News Junkie

bill that would allow undocumented immigrants to apply for a driver’s license received final passage Wednesday night as a group of advocates watched Read more about Senate Sends Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants Bill to Gov’s Desk

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