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Title: Overcoming the challenges and creating a regional approach to policing in St. Louis City and County
Contributors: Police Executive Research Forum
Keywords: Police administration—St. Louis (Mo.)
Police administration—Missouri
Interorganizational relations—Missouri
Issue Date: 30-Apr-2015
Publisher: Police Executive Research Forum
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C.
Description: In the summer of 2014, Better Together (a grassroots project born in response to growing public interest in the fragmented nature of local government throughout St. Louis City and County) a study of the state of policing in the City and County of St. Louis. The August 9, 2014, fatal shooting of Michael Brown by Ferguson Police Office Darren Wilson, and the civil unrest that ensued, gave new urgency to this initiative. The purpose of the study is two-fold: 1. To examine how policing services are currently being delivered in St. Louis County/City, assess the state of police-community relations, and compare the status quo with best practices in the policing profession. 2. To provide recommendations for moving forward, including identifying policing models and operational options to improve policing in the region.
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