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A NON-PROFIT DEDICATED TO STRENGTHENING RELATIONSHIPS
BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT & THE COMMUNITIES THEY SERVE

VISION

Highlighting Common Humanity

The Community-Police Relations Foundation fosters connection and compassion between law enforcement and the communities they serve through communal events.

The Community-Police Relations Foundation encourages purpose-driven citizens to join its active and participating members. 

ASST DIRECTOR ROSIE CORDERO-STUTZ
MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT

"CPRF has allowed us to meaningfully touch communities." 

PROMOTING MUTUAL TRUST

The Community-Police Relations Foundation two-pronged approach aims to support both communities and law enforcement. To achieve this, we collaborate with various community-giving programs and charities across the United States. We sponsor communal events and seamlessly integrate uniformed law enforcement officers into these activities. By doing so, we create a non-law enforcement setting that brings together law enforcement, community leaders, and citizens, thereby increasing interaction and cooperation. Our approach fosters mutual trust and understanding, promoting a healthier and more supportive relationship between law enforcement and the community.  

Community-Police Relations Foundation, CPRF
Community-Police Relations Foundation, CPRF

SUPPORTING PRO-ACTIVE SOLUTIONS

The Community-Police Relations Foundation is comprised of Citizens (Our Members) working altruistically to build trust with community and law enforcement. We create meaningful connections and encourage law enforcement and first responders to go beyond their normal scope of work to identify the needs within the communities they serve. We sponsor their pro-active solutions, execution and leadership.  

LAW ENFORCEMENT MENTAL HEALTH

37

Municipalities and Departments 

6500+

Officers taught to Struggle Well

The Community-Police Relations Foundation invests in the mental health of law enforcement. Through our relationships with the Miami-Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police, we paved way and continue to sponsor the "Struggle Well" Post Traumatic Growth program for law enforcement. The 5-day mental health program was first developed by the Boulder Crest and Gary Sinise Foundations to help US military veterans cope with stress. The program provides a comprehensive approach that focuses on a participant's ability to transform struggle into strength and growth and better serve themselves, their family, community, and country.

Community-Police Relations Foundation, CPRF

MAJOR ALBERT GUERRA, CITY OF MIAMI POLICE DEPARTMENT

"Pioneering something in our society that has never been done."

Community-Police Relations Foundation, CPRF

TRANSPARENCY PARTNERS

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