To deepen engagement by rank and file officers to strengthen relationship with the community.
Working Group Materials
The Community Engagement Working Group made a recommendation regarding an alternative response model for non-violent calls on issues including, but not limited to: mental health, homelessness, drug addiction, panhandling, and intoxication on October 22, 2020. The City Commission accepted the recommendation in a response on November 24, 2020.
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|Meeting Date||Agenda||Minutes||Additional Resources|
|December 17, 2020||Agenda||-||Group Chat|
|December 3, 2020||Agenda||-||-|
|November 19, 2020||-||-||Group Chat|
|November 12, 2020||Agenda||-||Group Chat|
|October 29, 2020||Agenda||-||Group Chat|
|October 22, 2020||Agenda||-||Group Chat|
|October 15, 2020||Agenda||-||-|
|October 1, 2020||Agenda||Minutes||Group Chat|
|September 17, 2020||Agenda||Minutes||Group Chat|
|September 3, 2020||Agenda||Minutes||-|
|August 20, 2020||Agenda||-||Group Chat|
|August 6, 2020||Agenda||Minutes||Group Chat|
|July 14, 2020||Agenda||Minutes||Group Chat|
The Dayton Police Department constantly strives to improve its outreach to the community, beyond common law enforcement interactions.
The Dayton Police Department engages with various community groups and activities, including, but not limited to:
- Youth oriented activities – such as Police and Youth Together
- Immigrant Outreach programs and ESOL programs
- Business Outreach - such as providing educational and training in Active Shooter scenarios
- Crime prevention programs such as providing Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) analysis for businesses and individuals
- Attending neighborhood association meetings and providing feedback and crime statistics
- Police and Clergy Together (PACT)
- Citizens’ Police Academy
- Scenario Based Training
- Year End 2019 Public Appearance Total Numbers
- Special Events - 498
- Estimated Adults Attendance - 28,063
- Estimated Juveniles Attendance - 14,828