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December 02, 2010


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Reading this from an organizing perspective, I see many correlations with procedural justice and the techniques deployed to vest a community in a campaign (whether for fair housing, quality schools, or improved police-community relations). It seems regardless of the larger global-political context of terrorism vs. community policing, most things boil down to what people do or do not want in their backyard.

Also and interesting to note, the NYPD motto adopted in 1996 and painted right there on the side of each patrol car is: Courtesy, Professionalism, and Respect (CPR).

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