"Community Matters" - SPECIAL EDITION - "Remembering 9/11 from LACP's Perspective" (see: articles from 2002 - earliest articles at bottom of page) ~~ Tonight we'll discuss LACP's perspective on 9/11/01. LACP was born out of a recognition that America had been asleep at the wheel, but also that the community held key roles to play in fixing our slumber. From the first LACP OPINION Article, 'Real Community Policing; not a nicety, a must' Bill Murray wrote, ".. partnerships between the police and the community have many favorable and demonstrable results." By the time the first anniversary of 9/11 came around, Bill was able to write an article, 'Los Angeles Community Policing is six months old' noting that LACP had already been able to have an effect, at least here in Los Angeles, ".. we're determined to move forward with our work, expanding the ability of the community to express itself, and providing timely information.." ~~ Bill Murray, our host, is both the well-respected community voice of public safety, violence prevention and a leader in anti-child abuse and trauma efforts. His significant circle of influence includes his work as the founder of both LA Community Policing (LACP.org) and the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (NAASCA.org). ~~ CHECK OUT the new Facebook page: LACP - Community Policing at www.Facebook.com/LACP.org
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