Of Common Bonds: Accounting for Intergenerational Culture Competency in Community Policing
Race and Justice
Community policing is grounded in a set of knowledge and skills that promotes a collaborative relationship between community residents, law enforcement, public and private industry, and governing elected officials to achieve safe and sustainable communities. In the fall of 2016, on the heels of the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division’s Investigative Report, a cohort of Morgan State University’s School of Social Work faculty, trained in the results-based accountability (RBA) model, developed and implemented an interactive workshop on cultural competency with 70 community partners from law enforcement. Cultural competence is an inherit cornerstone of a viable community and police partnership. This article shares how outcome-based performance strategies such as RBA can facilitate a pathway for enhancing community generational cultural competence leading to public safety.
McLane-Davison, Denise; Allen-Milton, Sharlene; Archibald, Paul; and Holmes, Robert, "Of Common Bonds: Accounting for Intergenerational Culture Competency in Community Policing" (2019). School of Social Work. 8.