What We Do

focusing on six major components of the process and procedures that have traditionally omitted the input and concerns of the residents of communities of color and lower socioeconomic status, and institute methods that empower the community to take the initiative to get involved and in front of the Consent Decree implementation process and Police policy and procedure in Baltimore City.




How we do it

Upon being invited into a community, the CPP, will embark in a series of workshops, community gatherings and Forums through which they will assist local residents in recognizing indigenous leadership and creating sustainable entities to perform a structured process of Involvement that is inclusive of the general population of the community directly affected by the issues that prompted the DOJ’s investigation. The CPP and residents will set and schedule a series of 10 day visits that will engage different Organizations, Activist Groups and Residents.

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Baltimore, MD 21217




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