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"The Our Empowering Women of America and Law Enforcement Building Bridges for Community"

- Why Police - Community Relationships Are Important -
Strong relationships of mutual trust between police agencies and the communities they serve are critical to maintaining public safety and effective policing. Police officials rely on the cooperation of community members to provide information about crime in their neighborhoods, and to work with the police to devise solutions to crime and disorder problems. Similarly, community members’ willingness to trust the police depends on whether they believe that police actions reflect community values and incorporate the principles of procedural justice and legitimacy. A police officer’s duties go beyond protecting and serving. An act of kindness by a person in a blue uniform helps improve the life of the person being helped and improves the relationship between law enforcement and their community. "It's getting to know the community and being a partner with the community.”

Promoting Women’s Safety & Empowerment in San Antonio and Beyond
Anti- Bully Awareness
Human Trafficking Awareness
Sex Offenders
Neighborhood Watch
Drug Sniffing Dogs & Canine Units in Schools
Reduction in Crime
Sexual Assaults
Hate Crimes
Educated the Community
Teaching our children to be Safe
Cops and Kids
How do we protect our Law Enforcement from Domestic Dispute?

Strengthening Families and Communities
We’re committed to working together to solved problems and keep communities safe, so that it actually engages families and communities and makes them stronger.