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Feb 20, 2015 */ The Police Perspectives: Building Community Trust blog series is part of Vera’s Police Connecting with Communities of Color project. The series explores the importance of—and provides guidance on how to build and enhance—positive relationships between law enforcement agencies and the diverse communities they serve. Chief Jeri Williams has been the chief of police with...
Feb 17, 2015 */ The Police Perspectives: Building Community Trust blog series is part of Vera’s Police Connecting with Communities of Color project. The series explores the importance of—and provides guidance on how to build and enhance—positive relationships between law enforcement agencies and the diverse communities they serve. Harold Love is a retired senior law enforcement executive...
Feb 9, 2015 */ The Police Perspectives: Building Community Trust blog series is part of Vera’s Police Connecting with Communities of Color project. The series explores the importance of—and provides guidance on how to build and enhance—positive relationships between law enforcement agencies and the diverse communities they serve.   Across the country, people of all races and...

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Jan 30, 2015 On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced his “Immigration Accountability Executive Action,” a series of initiatives aimed at partially reforming an immigration system that an increasing number of Americans believe is broken. This executive action also has the potential to serve as a powerful tool for law...

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Jan 22, 2015 Since its release more than six months ago, the Vera-created Trafficking Victim Identification Tool (TVIT)—the first-ever validated screening tool for victims of human trafficking—has generated interest from researchers, immigration attorneys, law enforcement and government agencies, and domestic and international advocacy organizations seeking to...

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Jul 17, 2014 Evaluating the professional standards and ethics of security and justice institutions globally is daunting. Working with a myriad of government structures and social dynamics poses significant challenges to any non-governmental organization (NGO) working on criminal justice reform, yet global partnerships that share best practices can serve as valuable catalysts for social change. The Altus Global Alliance (Altus), established in 2004, is composed of six...

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