Citizens Crime Commission of New York City


A non-partisan non-profit organization working to make criminal justice
and public safety policies and practices more effective through innovation,
research, and education.
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NEW REPORT: FROM POLICE FORCES TO POLICE SERVICES

FROM POLICE FORCES TO POLICE SERVICES:
A New Framework for Policing in the U.S.


The crisis around police legitimacy requires our full collective efforts to resolve. Its impact is immediate, troubling, drives a deeper wedge between police and communities and is disruptive of crime reduction and prevention. No one benefits. We are seeing sharp rises in shootings and murders, and legislative bodies reducing funding to police agencies - the very agencies charged with crime reduction.

In this report we call for the reorientation of policing in the United States, from Police Forces to Police Services.

» Citizens Crime Commission: From Police Force to Police Services - A New Framework for Policing in the U.S. report
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