The Brooklyn Center Police Department continues to be part of the Joint Community Police Partnership (JCPP), an award-winning, collaborative effort in the west metro to enhance communication and understanding between law enforcement and multicultural residents.
The JCPP is a collaborative effort of the cities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Richfield, Bloomington, Hopkins, Hennepin County, and the Northwest Hennepin Human Services Council. Funding for this program is provided by Hennepin County. Partner cities provide in-kind support including, but not limited to providing office space and equipment, supplies, and supervisory staff.
The mission is to enhance communication and understanding between law enforcement officers and multicultural residents of these cities. By building trust and communication between the police and community members, we will ultimately improve the safety and livability of our communities.
For more information about the Joint Community Police Partnership (JCPP), Multicultural Advisory Committee, or New Americans Academy, please contact the Hennepin County Joint Community Police Partnership (JCPP) Supervisor, Monique Drier by email or (612) 919-9969.
We are looking for individuals to serve on the Multicultural Advisory Committee. In particular, we are seeking persons who:
Persons interested in serving on the Multicultural Advisory Committee must fill out an application, pass a criminal background check, and be interviewed by representatives of the partnering agencies. The Joint Community/Police Partnership Executive Board will make the final selection of who will serve on the Multicultural Advisory Committee. A nominal honorarium, yet to be determined, may be offered to the Committee members. If you are interested in becoming a member please contact the Hennepin County Joint Community Police Partnership (JCPP) Supervisor, Monique Drier by email or (612) 919-9969.
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