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Posted on Jul 13, 2016
Senior Mexican Law Enforcement Officials Hosted by GSUSA for IVLP "Community Policing" Project
From July 11-19, 2016, Graduate School USA’s International Institute is hosting a group of ten senior law enforcement officials from Mexico who are participating in a “Community Policing” project funded by the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program.
”Community Policing” project participants are all from the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, where organized crime and drug trafficking has had a devastating impact on the public’s sense of security. After a few days in Washington, DC, these officials will travel to Kalamazoo, MI and Los Angeles, CA to observe best practices in organizational development, police leadership, and community-oriented policing in communities troubled by violence. Given last week’s tragedy in Dallas and the protests following fatal police shootings of African-American men in Louisiana and Minnesota, the International Institute is proud to have organized a project on a subject that is clearly timely and important.
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