DO! OU CAN WHAT Y
Police officers & officials
Determine the needs of the neighborhoods which you are
Mayor Joy Cooper
responsible for and listen to sug-
Vice Mayor William Julian
gestions from community mem-
Commissioner Keith London
bers regarding problem-solving
Commissioner Dorothy Ross
Mobilize residents to join part-
Community Oriented policing
Commissioner Anthony Sanders City Manager D. Mike Good
nerships to improve the quality of life and other social issues in
Chief of Police Thomas A. Magill
their neighborhoods. !"
Support specific programs that
WHAT YOU CAN DO!
target neighborhood problems. Hallandale Beach Police Department 400 S. Federal Highway Hallandale Beach, FL 33009-6433 Phone: 954-457-1400 Fax: 954-457-1420 Email: Police Office@hallandalebeachfl.gov
Hallandale Beach Police Department Phone: 954-457-1400
INDIVIDUAL CITIZENS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS
tise and other resources.
Be willing to get involved and share ownership with your neighbors and the police for making your community safe.
zenship by championing the
Identify potential solutions to problems and determine what your group can do to implement the solutions.
Maintain positive, creative, “possibility thinking” attitudes that can enhance and empower you to make changes in your neighborhood.
Help fund local community projects that help improve the quality of life for all community members.
Institute volunteer programs with your employees dealing with community policing involvement.
Sponsor youth groups and afterschool programs in troubled neighborhoods.
Instead of selling old equipment, donate it to programs in need of materials. Schools are always in drastic need of computers, office supplies and desks and various other materials.
The Hepburn Center is also always in need of equipment and office supplies for the human resources programs administered for youths and the elderly.
ideals of justice, diversity, inclusiveness and compassion. !"
Remember, fundamental to the community policing philosophy is the “hope for a better tomorrow.” You can work
Attend community meetings sponsored by the police or invite the police to meet with your group to discuss issues. Create partnerships with local police, businesses, organizations and educational institutions in your community.
Model personal and social
responsibility and positive citi-
Get to know your neighbors and meet to assess your major concerns and priorities, your strengths and capacities. Learn about Community Policing and how it is being implemented in your community.
and youth; volunteer your time, exper-
What you can do! !"
Get involved with your local schools
to prevent future problems as well as to review existing ones. !"
Join or initiate a Neighborhood Watch Program.
WHAT YOU CAN DO! Hallandale Beach Police Department 400 S. Federal Highway Hallandale Beach, FL 33009-6433 Phone: 954-457-1400 Fax: 954-457-1420 Email: Police Office@hallandalebeachfl.gov