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Community-Police Relations Foundation Honored with Prestigious Zenith Award from the International Council of Women in Law Enforcement

February 28, 2024

Community-Police Relations Foundation Honored with Prestigious Zenith Award from the International Council of Women in Law Enforcement

February 28, 2024 – Wood-Ridge, NJ – The International Council of Women in Law Enforcement (ICWLE) honored the Community-Police Relations Foundation with the Zenith Award. The award was presented at the 6th Annual Shades of Blue Survivors’ Brunch.

Held on Saturday, February 24, 2024, the event celebrated women in law enforcement who were either injured while on duty or overcame difficult personal hurdles. Highlighting the important stories of these survivors aims to bring awareness to mental health challenges and their effects on the law enforcement community. The annual Shades of Blue Annual Survivor’s Brunch also saluted people and organizations in gratitude for their efforts to empower Women in the law enforcement profession.

“We are humbled by the esteemed honor of receiving the Zenith Award from our friends at the International Council of Women in Law Enforcement. Through continued collaboration, we will continue to work together to support the law enforcement community and all they do to keep our cities safe,” shared Al Eskanazy, Chairman & CEO of Community-Police Relations Foundation.

Community-Police Relations Foundation was chosen as the 2024 Zenith Award honoree in recognition of their visionary leadership and contributions made to women in law enforcement and the communities they serve. In their commitment, the organization has moved the dial on positive community engagement, mental health services, and human trafficking advocacy.

“As a dedicated advocate, Community-Police Relations Foundation has consistently demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the principles of justice and safety. Through various initiatives, partnerships, and contributions, the Foundation has shown exceptional dedication to the law enforcement community that deserves recognition,” shared Kareen Campbell, founder of the International Council of Women in Law Enforcement.

About Community-Police Relations Foundation (CPR Foundation)
Community-Police Relations Foundation was created in January 2018 to improve relationships within communities by facilitating positive interactions with uniformed police officers. The goal is to reassure our communities that law enforcement officers are striving to keep our communities safe. CPR Foundation operates at the community level from Miami to New York, New Jersey, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

In the last six years, the Foundation has supported numerous initiatives to create a unified and harmonious relationship between the communities served and law enforcement. Initiatives include food for individuals and families in disadvantaged neighborhoods, mentorship for school-age youth, police officers' participation in youth sports, awarding scholarships for graduating students, mental health training for law enforcement officers and spouses, supporting the fight against human trafficking and child abuse, preventing animal cruelty, and funding holiday festivities. To learn more about the CPR Foundation, visit http://www.cprfcharity.org and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn @cprfcharity.

Additional information about CPR Foundation: https://www.cprfcharity.org

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