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Community Policing

by Niki Raapana, revised April 10, 2004

What is community policing?

Community policing is a communitarian "justice" program that expands the role of the police from a constitutional job of protecting individual rights into a more progressive definition based on protecting the "common good."

Ten Principles of Community Policing: #1.Philosophy and Organizational Strategy "Community policing is both a philosophy (a way of thinking) and an organizational strategy (a way to carry out the philosophy) that allows the police and the community to work closely togetin creative ways to solve the problems of crime, illicit drugs, fear of crime, physical and social disorder (from graffiti to addiction), neighborhood decay, and the overall quality of life in the community. The philosophy rests on the belief that people deserve input into the police process, in exchange for their participation and support. It also rests on the belief that solutions to today's community problems demand freeing both people and the police to explore creative, new ways to address neighborhood concerns beyond a narrow focus on individual crime incidents." [The COPS' "philosophy" is the The Hegelian dialectic, the basis for modern fascism.]

Traditional American cops made traditional responses based on U.S. laws that defined their parameters for criminal investigations and arrests. Community policing goes beyond the strict confines established by the U.S. Bill of Rights. St. Petersburg Police Department gives a nice overview of what community policing entails: "The CPOs work a flexible schedule in order to meet the needs of the community based upon meetings (neighborhood association, crime watch, etc.), events, and problem-solving initiatives. The flexible schedule also facilitates more effective problem solving. You may see the CPO working in uniform and driving a marked police patrol car, patrolling on a police mountain bike, or if the situation calls for it, working in plain clothes. The flexibility of their work schedule, coupled with creative and innovative problem-solving efforts, allows the CPO to resolve problems beyond traditional responses."

Israeli Police- Community and Civil Guard Department. is a list of serial killers on the loose across the United States and how the phenomenon is growing and spreading with the "geoploitical world order."

The new COPS are here to "help" us be better people who live in better neighborhoods with better trained neighbors, ie: neighbors who have been trained in communitarian values such as livabilty and quality of life. The way COPS plan to "prevent" crime and terrorism in our neighborhoods is to train us to monitor and spy on each other. Local COPS teams across America have been "suggesting" committees designed to "deal with" noise issues, Weeds, sustainable "growth" plans, clean-up efforts, and corporate- government development plans for "safe and affordable housing" (providing housing is a responsibility of a communitarian government). Using HUD's run-down housing projects as training grounds, and DHFS mandates for "welfare-to-work", federal COPS have used our most poor and underpriveledged to practice mandatory interviews, mandatory inside cleanliness inspections, mandatory mental health seminars, mandatory pre-approved visitor's lists, SWAT operations for kicking in doors, interrogation of "witnesses" without an attorney present, and the ways for placing everyone present under temporary detainments, with force if necessary. COPS see no difference between bugs and drugs, and COPS' committees study ways to expand the purpose for public health warrants (see: Dawson v. City of Seattle

Israeli Experts Teach Police On Terrorism: Training Programs Prompt Policy Shifts by SARI HORWITZ / Washington Post 12jun2005. "Israel is the Harvard of antiterrorism," said U.S. Capitol Police Chief Terrance W. Gainer. "After returning from Israel, Gainer retrained his officers to shoot a potential suicide bomber in the head rather than aim for the chest, as they were originally taught, because shooting the chest could detonate a suicide vest."

As Horowitz reports, American police are being trained by the Mossad: "Last year, Perry, the Israeli commander of the bomb disposal unit and a former member of the Mossad, Israel's central intelligence agency, briefed more than 425 top federal and local law enforcement officials from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania at a conference at Princeton University. This month, Levy and Perry will be in Chicago."

IXO DARPA Tech Homepage


H.R.1528 Defending America's Most Vulnerable: Safe Access to Drug Treatment and Child Protection Act of 2005 (Introduced in House) Beginning April 6, 2005.

BIG, BIG NEWS for Americans, August 23, 2005
The Communitarian Volunteer Draft WANTS YOU! Get ready to be MOBILIZED America.

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Seattle's a "pilot test" community. The City of Seattle is currently performing ABCD interviews in "Capitol Hill, Greenwood-Phinney Ridge, International District, and North Beacon Hill for training and surveying of their individual community assets." "In partnership with Northwestern University's Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Institute, the Asset-Based Community Development Training Group has developed a program designed for neighborhood professionals and community leaders familiar with ABCD basic principles. John Kretzmann and John McKnight published "Building Communities from the Inside Out" in 1993, which inspired a wide variety of local community-building work across America."

"A key element of sustainability is that action and change are sustained over time. Neighborhood improvements are more likely to be sustained when ideas and actions come from within the community and build local capacity. Rather than focus on problems that need to be fixed, asset-based strategies build on individual and community strengths mobilized around a vision for community development." (Sustainable Seattle)

ABCD-COPS' information is gathered, stored and shared in direct violation of the Privacy Act of 1974 (U.S. code 552a). (Not that American laws matter much anymore.) What Sustainable Seattle barely explains is that people are the hidden assets in each community. Each resident's lowest level INDIVIDUAL SKILLS are included in the neighborhood GIS mapping database called COMPASS. It's then merged with police data, all government agency's data, and private consumer data. It's all tied into one neat little package accessed via our new digital facial technology in the revised State DRIVER'S LICENSES. The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods turned over all their Neighborhood Action Team (NATS) data to COMPASS in June of 2000 after Seattle was chosen as a "pilot test" for COMPASS. NATS's data includes "anecdotal information" (gossip) gathered by neighborhood association members. (The ACL has hard copy DOJ public disclosure docs that describe the partnership in detail.)

Here's what ABCD Capacity Mapmakers do. Knock, answer your door. Gee, it's a friendly federal COP with a concerned neighbor. They smile sweetly and begin talking:

Hello. I'm with (local organization's name). We're talking to local people about their skills. With this information, we hope to help people contribute to improving the neighborhood, find jobs or start businesses. May I ask you some questions about your skills and abilities?

Part I -- Skills Information

Now I'm going to read to you a list of skills. {They assume you can't read-Ed.} It's an extensive list, so I hope you'll bear with me. I'll read the skills and you just say "yes" whenever we get to one you have.

We are interested in all your skills and abilities. They may have been learned through experience in the home or with your family. They may be skills you've learned at church or in the community. They may also be skills you have learned on the job.
{This ABCD interview is 11 pages long and it includes personally identifiable information about the respondent: name, address, etc.-Ed.}

U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Policing

You can be a cop! Homeland Security is creating new jobs.

Homeland Security To Test RFID Tags At U.S. Borders Jan. 25, 2005, Information Week.

"The Salvador Option" The Pentagon may put Special-Forces-led assassination or kidnapping teams in Iraq WEB EXCLUSIVE By Michael Hirsh and John Barry, Newsweek, Updated: 5:27 p.m. ET Jan. 10, 2005

Global Rapid Deployment Force gets G8 backing by Joan Veon June 10, 2004,, reposted by Citizen Review Online.

US Congress votes to make Patriot Act permanent By Bill Van Auken, 1 August 2005 posted at the World Wide Socialist Website.

MSNBC- George Tenet Resigns as CIA Director June 3, 2004.

Arab TV shows GIs humiliating Iraqi detainees, U.S. general says 'no excuse' for alleged abuse The Associated Press April 30, 2004.

An ugly prison record- Given the way it treats its own inmates, America shouldn't be shocked at the abuse of Iraqis by Christopher Reed in the Toronto Star May 10, 2004.

Giant X-ray used in drugs search BBC News March 27, 2004. London police raided 2 English pubs and gave 200 "suspects" the choice of being strip searched or scanned. According to the police superintendent, "Our experience has shown that the community fully support this type of action."

Where did Community Policing Originate?

Community Policing Services (COPS) in the U.S. is a federal program authorized under the Violent Crime Act of 1994. Under Clinton and Reno, COPS' hiring grants put 100,000 federal police into local law enforcement agencies across America in the first two years. Local governments were offered a $2000 bonus for every COP hired with 2 years prior military service. The 2003 Brochure for the Community Policing Conference (pdf) gave us the following "Snapshots: COPS has invested a total of 9.6 billion nationwide since 1994; COPS has invested more than 1 billion in technology grants; COPS has awarded more than 34.9 million to advance police integrity."

Not only are COPS supposed to find ways to prevent crimes before they occur, since Sept 11, federal-community police are also being trained to prevent terrorism in our neighborhoods and schools. COPS' crime prevention ideology is tied directly to growth management plans. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), "has as its basic premise that the proper design and effective use of the physical environment can lead to a reduction in the incidence and fear of crime, thereby improving the quality of life." (Quality of life is a communitarian term that means whatever you want it to mean. See: Double-tongued Dictionary of Communitarian Terms.)

While few Americans are aware of who created the concept of community policing, even fewer know that the new cops direct unelected committees who create local laws that provide unelected community government bodies with unimaginable authority to meddle in private lives (using an unimaginable database of private information). The FBI's TIPS was community "crime" reporting. The database also includes our skills, abilities and talents. The Community Capacity Building Glossary defines Talents as: skills and abilities people are comfortable sharing.

COPS did not origniate from loyal American police officers, it did not come from our County sherriffs, our state troopers, nor our FBI; the brutal fact is it did not originate with Americans at all. In Clinton's Remarks at the DLC Gala in 1994 he called community policing "a DLC idea- we've been advocating it for years." Funding for the DLC, according to American historian Anton Chaitkin (author of The Unauthorized Biography of George Bush), came directly down from the British-Zionist international Third Way banker Sir Evelyn de Rothschild. The Rothschild Bank is also an owner of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank.

President Clinton told us in his 1994 speech before the Democratic Leadership Council: [begin quote] "We believe American citizenship entails responsibilities as well as rights. [This is the communitarian platform. Ed.] And we mean to ask our citizens to give something back to their communities and their country. I believe that, and if you do, we've got a great future. (Applause.)

"Now, this is what I want to say to you: You have to decide what your mission is in this new world, because the truth is, we are already making a difference in the new Democratic Party. In the last two years, despite the atmosphere of contentiousness and all the difficulty, more of the DLC agenda was enacted into law and will make a difference in the lives of the American people than almost any political movement in any similar time period in the history of the United States. And you ought to be proud of that."[endquote, emphasis added]

Community policing openly uses Marxist slogans, training, and tactics

Detective Phillip Worts' 2001 article Communist Oriented Policing is a nice explanation of Dialectical Materialism's influence on American "security."

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and presented "Community Threat Assessments", Orlando, FL, March 22 - 26, 2004. One of the instructors was: "Valentine Aksilenko, Colonel, KGB (Retired) - Colonel Aksilenko lives in Virginia where he provides security and counterintelligence consulting services. His clients include U.S. government agencies and corporations. During his KGB career he served in the United States, Cuba, and China and on the Soviet team that negotiated the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. His success as a KGB intelligence officer operating within the United States is discussed in the book Washington Station."

ALL new American COPS' "laws" are tied directly to Rebuilding (safe and crime free) Communities, and Local Agenda 21 Plans, and every COPS' law violates U.S. national and state constitutional laws. Yet, little attention has been paid to the COPS' ideology or to their tremendous input during local visionings and community planning meetings. President Bush's Reform Agenda and Federal Management Seminars train federal employees in everything from managing human capital to implementing "green" lifestyles. In a very weird similarity, The Executive Management Scorecard uses the same green, yellow, and red light indicators used by CAPPS to identify dangerous passengers making airline reservations.

Federal COPS are barely masked Marxist change agents trained to reorganize municipal governments under communitarian programs. Their "Open Conspiracy" agenda includes overwriting American laws to allow for invasive COPS programs that violate and balance the U.S. Bill of Rights. They design, plan and run elitist neighborhood action teams of "concerned citizens" who seek and always find innovative ways to get inside private homes and gather data personal data. Their motto is, "Don't tell us what we can't do, just tell us how to get the job done." COPS' grants funded the expansion of the GIS mapping database in 1994 to include personal and anecdotal information about Americans. Community Mapping, Planning and Analysis for Safety Stategies (COMPASS) is a COPS' program.

The COMPASS database is core to the communitarian agenda, (the directive for changing legislation and datagathering comes directly out of the U.N.'s Local Agenda 21 Plan) and at the ACL we call community cops "Big Mother's high tech soothsayers." (Who is Big Mother? See Chapter Three: Big Mother's Philosophy)

Under communitarian efforts to prevent terrorism, American community police are trained to set up road-blocks on well travelled public roads, as was reported last December in Valdez, Alaska. Other communitarian programs include the new screening requirements for flyers, and in case we think we have a legal avenue to challenge the COPS, the U.S. Supreme Court just ruled that stopping traffic for informal interrogations about a local crime is a constitutional act. Another priority for COPS is mobilizing community capacity during emergencies, and their biggest barrier to this ideal is they don't know enough about us to mobilize us properly. The COPS need more personal data on Americans before they can be conscripted to work for the "good of the community." The Homeland Security Office is taking care of that problem.

Study Resources

Homeland Security Grants: Law Enforcement, Firefighters and other First Responders.

Does U.S. need a domestic spying agency? by Pete Williams, posted by April 13, 2004.

Pentagon spy database funding revealed February 27, 2003, 4:42 PM PST By Declan McCullagh Staff Writer, CNET

M$ Windows XP Professional Bugging Device? is an interesting possibility posted on Indymedia.

Congressional Briefing: Improving Identification, Enhancing Security, Guarding Privacy sponsored by the Communitarian Network. Amitai Etzioni is the founder of the Communitarian Network. For deeper insight into Etzioni's perspective on improving American security, read Killing Christians: The underreported story of Islamist violence around the world by Amitai Etzioni in the Jewish World Review November 2002.

Electromagnetic Weapons, by Frank Morales. "In a neatly calculated "unveiling" of weapons designed for social control, for use against civilians and the suppression of dissent, the Pentagon has gone "transparent" with the latest in electronic weapons technology which targets people."

CIA resists request for abuse data By Charlie Savage, Boston Globe Staff, December 27, 2004.

10 young students strip-searched in Texas January 7, 2005,

USA COPS: The Nations Law Enforcement Site.

Pentagon seeks system to track vehicles, Associated Press, July 2, 2003. 30 million cars now record drivers' behavior By Eric C. Evarts, The Christian Science Monitor in USA Today on 12/27/04.

According to our current communitarian president, the second goal of the Department of Homeland Security is, as reported by the U.S. Department of Defense, "rebuilding communities." The full text of President Bush's Jan 2002 speech posted for us by the US Consulate in Hong Kong in this "News Release".

The Black Army by the Waco Holocaust Museum is a well written history of the development and the training for a future of global American community policing

Global Risk International.

The Israeli Third Way influence on community policing

This is by far the most controversial aspect to Marxist policing. Regardless of what we've been told about the history of Zionism, Americans should know that Israel has never been a republic with a national constitution. Israel was founded by American, English and Russian communists, and their idea of "democracy" can best be understood in their actual policies against the Palestinians. (For a detailed examination of the influence of Zionism on world politics go to: ACL- Militant Zionism.)

Top Cops Return From JINSA-Sponsored Anti-Terror Study In Israel Officials laud benefits of resource sharing for deterring terrorism :" Fourteen of the most senior police chiefs, sheriffs and state police commanders returned from Israel last week after five days of intensively studying counter terrorism techniques. These law enforcement executives traveled to Israel on January 24 and returned January 30, 2004. They went as participants in JINSA’s Law Enforcement Exchange Program (LEEP). Modeled after the JINSA’s extremely successful Flag & General Officers Trip, the LEEP program is designed to establish cooperation between American and Israeli law enforcement personnel and to give the American law enforcement community access to the hard “lessons learned” by the Israelis in the interdiction of and response to all forms of terrorism."

An often cited "conspiracy site" created by Jeff Rense posted The Guardian UK article on 4-11-04: Israel Training US Assasination Squads in Iraq. No one else has yet been able to confirm the presence of Israeli commandos in Iraq, it has only been speculated upon. There is much verifiable evidence that Russian KGB and Israeli commandos are training US police in Urban Warfare, but this is rarely touched. The leftist Guardian UK has some of the best sources in the world... why is that? And Rense's disclaimer says they are .." making this material available in its efforts to advance the understanding of environmental issues and sustainability, human rights, economic and political democracy, and issues of social justice." These are all Marxist objectives.

Hennepin County Sheriff McGowan learns how others deal with terrorism, By Kathy Hara, Sun Newspapers, 2/19/04. Kathy tells us McGowan's trip was the second trip to Israel sponsored by JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs), and closes with: "McGowan was struck by a number of differences between Israel and Minnesota in terms of public safety.

"In Israel, he said, there are three agencies that oversee public safety — the military, the police, and intelligence — while there are 37 different police departments in Hennepin County alone. Because of the way it is organized in Israel, the sharing of information is rapid, and the lines of responsibility are very clear. The issue that needs to be looked at in Minnesota, said McGowan, is which organization has authority in the event of an emergency.

"With the goal to prevent and disrupt terrorist attacks in Israel, the country has put much importance on the gathering of information. The country’s intelligence system is one of the most sophisticated in the world, and they rely heavily on human intelligence. The same level of surveillance would meet with strong resistance in the United States, said McGowan. But in Israel, where violence is such a frequent fact of life, that is the only way they can protect themselves.

"McGowan has brought back new ideas from Israel on how to protect the United States from future terrorist attacks. “We have to be prepared for all types of things,” he said. “It’s an extremely expensive endeavor. But how can we not afford to invest in it when the future of our country is at stake?”

Israeli police advising U.S. counterparts in anti-terrorism techniques By Ellis Shuman, Israel Insider, October 30, 2001.

Community Policing in Israel: A National Assessment,Orit Shalev, Hebrew University, David L. Weisburd, Hebrew University and Police Foundation, Menachem Amir, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Close Quarters Battle Inc and Condor, the Israeli idea of friendlier community cops.

COPS AWARDS POLICE TRAINING GRANT TO ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE / U.S. HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM PROGRAM For Immediate Release August 28, 2003."The U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) announced a $100 thousand grant to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to support a joint ADL/United States Holocaust Memorial Museum program, Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust." (As far as the ACL knows, U.S. COPS has provided no funding to the American's Waco Holocaust Museum or any other research organizations devoted to communitarian massacres and political purges suffered under the Soviets in all of Russia and the dominated Eastern Bloc countries. Instead of prosecuting admittedly former KGB spies in this country, we pay to utilize their knowledge and hire them to train local police in combatting terrorism. We can also find no grants that train law enforcement to avoid the tactics of the American financed El Salvadorean Death Squads, or the Cambodian Democratic Khmer Rouge's Killing Fields and the similar Chinese Maoist purges. Who warns our police about the lure of international arms-for-drugs smuggling, and why is nobody attempting to rectify or avoid continuing the international and U.S. civilian military casualties suffered under the "Drug War?" It is part of the growing controversy that the only holocaust worth studying and memorializing has become the Nazi slaughter of Jewish innocents (and we do believe this holocaust happened). While we disagree with the Jewish Holocaust Revisionists, we are concerned that it is considered most un-patriotic and conspiracy theorist to even suggest the murders at Waco, Ruby Ridge, Oklahoma City, New York City and D.C. are just as worthy of serious study and review.

The law and community policing reported on May 14, 2003 that Dirty bomb victims 'may be shot'

POLICE POWER AND THE PUBLIC TRUST: PRESCRIPTIVE ZONING THROUGH THE CONFLATION OF TWO ANCIENT DOCTRINES by Donna Jalbert Patalans details the legal basis for community policing strategies. Her abstract explains: "The close historical affinity between the Public Trust doctrine and police power supports a more expansive view of zoning. The doctrines’ kindred public interest spirit can empower localities to adopt dynamic, proactive, prescriptive zoning ordinances that promote community character. To do so, municipalities must self-define their unique community assets and ambiance through an openly developed comprehensive plan that honestly memorializes development patterns and sets forth community goals."

US Dept of Justice's website has a Keynote Address: A Retrospective on the Thirty-Year War Against Crime by The Honorable Patricia Wald, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit, which in 1998 was a most thorough examination of 30 years of advancing communitarian goals via community policing. The best communitarian policing book links, (besides the Communitarian Network Bibliography) are at

The New Structure of Policing: Description, Conceptualization, and Research Agenda, U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs National Institute of Justice, July 2001.

FEMA's land management planning toolkit for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities includes a legislative guidebook.

PREVENTING CRIME: WHAT WORKS, WHAT DOESN'T, WHAT'S PROMISING, A REPORT TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS Prepared for the National Institute of Justice,Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice University of Maryland.

Chinese communitarian case law published in Law & Society Volume 37 Issue 3 Page 549 - September 2003 doi:10.1111/1540-5893.3703003, can be accessed from Blackwell Synergy. This "Confessions and Criminal Case Disposition in China" Hong Lu, Terance D. Miethe. "... examines confessions and criminal case disposition in China. It describes how wider economic reforms in China and subsequent changes in its legal system may have affected the nature and consequence of criminal confessions. Bivariate and multivariate analyses of a sample of 1,009 criminal court cases reveal that the majority of offenders confessed to their crime and that confession is associated with less severe punishments (e.g., lower risks for imprisonment, shorter sentences). Changes in the nature of confession and its impact on criminal court practices are also examined before and after legal reforms in the mid-1990s. These context-specific findings are then discussed in terms of their implications for understanding the interrelationships between legal structure, legal culture, and case disposition in communitarian-based societies."

BOOK SUMMARY,"TO SERVE AND PROTECT: Privatization and Community in Criminal Justice" by BRUCE L. BENSON, Forword by Marvin E. Wolfgang Publisher: New York University Press. (This reads like the COPS' "bible")

Public Health Law and Ethics, course syllabus, Georgetown University Law Center, fall 2002.

Balanced and Restorative Justice

Rethinking Criminal Law, The Universal Part by George P Fletcher, posted by University of Pennsylvania Law.

Nomadic Justice? Restorative Justice on the Margins of Law.

These articles identify community policing specifically as communitarian doctrine:

Eating the forbidden fruit: the morality of police trapping practice, by Narnia Bohler Lecturer, Department of Private Law, Vista University,

Wisconsin's Latino Newspaper,

Contribution to the [EU] Convention by Mr. Jan Kavan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and the Czech Government?s Representative to the Convention, Brussels, 6 June 2002.

BETHLEHEM POLICE FAMILY GROUP CONFERENCING PROJECT, Paper presented to the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, November 20-23, 1996,

WorldBank Newsletter, a fact filled article about the way the WB finances communitarian-community policing programs around the world.

American views on community policing

Here's links to Americans who identify community policing as communitarian: Charlotte Iserbyt's Feb 13, 2003 article on communitarian policing is at Newswithviews also provides a sub-link to Detective Phillp Wort's 2001 article on communitarian policing.

Here's a great new piece by Berit Kjos, Homeland Security and the transformation of America. Kjos has some of the best detailed, referenced communitarian research on the web.

Communitarian Dreams, a conservative essay with rebuttal from Amitai Etzioni.

National Housing Institute's editor discusses community policing objectives in her 1997 editorial "Remembering Rights."

Some international aspects of community policing

Community Policing Institute Visits Russian Community, Washington State University News, November 2002.

South African Crime Research provides hundreds of links to law enforcement and community policing worldwide.

Tracking down criminals in the inner city, Community Policing Forums, By Sheree Russouw, posted at City of Johannesburg Official Website.

The "superior" Chinese model for building neighborhood security and crime free communities: Security Consultants Serious About Their Profession. See how the Chinese prevent crime in the neighborhood collectives under "Significant Factors for Low Crime."

The UK Guardian offers us the British agenda with, "Blunkett's third term goal of socially engaged citizens, Home secretary tackles problems with philosophy," by Michael White and Alan Travis, Wednesday June 11, 2003. So does Communitarianism and the Future of Social Policy; Radical Communitariansim, Community Safety and Social Justice by Gordon Huges.

Community Policing Consortium

Global Forum on Fighting Corruption.

AFCEA Course 181 Global Command and Control System (GCCS) and Global Combat Support System (GCSS) within the Architecture of the Global Information Grid (GIG),Sept 16-19, 2003 The course is Classified SECRET, US Only

Policing and Security-Global

Community Policing and Community Government

Community Policing for Community Governments

Department of Justices' Community Relations Service

The Police Foundation

U.S. Navy's Safe Communities Program

Cooperative Crime Prevention: Urban Planning, Police, Civil Society, by Guenter Stumvoll, Institute for Advanced Studies, Dept of Sociology, Vienna, Austria.

Community Prosecution and Community Policing (This report was prepared by the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University, the same folks who invented the Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) programs. ABCD was designed to gather our citizen's private data into a HUD Community 2020 database that will help the community government officials determine how to USE our talents when they re-build the country. This data, combined with crime data and marketing data and health data, etc. will provide the local directors of Citizen Corps with the information they need in order to tell us how and where we have to "volunteer." In 1999 this ABCD data gathering made absolutely no sense to us or anyone we told, and it was a major contributor to our lack of credibility. Now we are surely vindicated; in 2003 the government has openly explained the new requirements for our reinvented U.S. citizenship, and exactly what our new responsibilities are to the rebuilt global community. We export "human rights," and the Bill of Rights is ancient history.)

America's Neighborhood Builders Online

Annual Statewide Conference on Service and Volunteerism: Call for Presenters, October 2003

Community Policing and Civic Media, By Joanne Ziembo-Vogl © 2000.

From Seeds to Roots: Growing a Strong Community Asset Culture, 3rd Annual Asset Conference Monday, October 15 - Tuesday, October 16, 2001 Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center On the Campus of Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824

And a word or two more from detractors:

Canadian Henry Makow, Ph.d., is the inventor of the game "Scruples" and author of numerous essays that have helped the ACL understand certain views we hoped to avoid altogether (like the religious-religious law aspects to the whole communitarian agenda). His work on the new domestic violence laws enforced by a growing "domestic police" force is a serious and most welcome addition to our "theory" of the agenda behind community policing. When we first encountered Makow's work we were offended by his "sexist" attitude... then we read more, in other places, and came to the same conclusions about feminism as Dr. Makow did. As a 47 year old very American woman raised on Steinem and Bella... this was by far the hardest part of the dialectic to confront in ourselves. Whoever designed the dialectic was more than just brilliant, although I haven't quite reached the point where, like Dr. Makow, I can call them "Luciferian"... even though I have seen much of the available evidence that connects ancient world belief systems to the modern situation (and we would STILL prefer to avoid having to challenge not only our feminist friends but also our beloved New Age friends following a channelled Saint-Germain. Wasn't our taking on the Peace Movement enough?) His other works we've used include his essays on anti-Semitism and Zionism.

Accelerated Deployment Police Training for Deadly Rampages Controversial, By Doug Murphy, 4/19/00, Staff Writer, Ahwatukee Foothills News, Phoenix, AZ.

Homeland (In)$ecurity Feeding State Terrorism in Our Cities, by Creative People's Resistance (CPR) Factsheet #1. Madison, WI (my hometown)


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