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Law Enforcement And Our Sons - Maryland
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Law Enforcement And Our Sons - Maryland

Moms of Black Boys United and NOBLE present: Law Enforcement And Our Sons

When: Saturday May 19, 2018
From 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Where: PG County NAACP Offices
9201 Basil Ct. #115
Upper Marlboro, Maryland  20774
United States
Contact: Melissa Clark

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The Law & Your Community is a nationally recognized hands-on interactive training program for young people ages 13-18 designed to improve their communications with law enforcement officers and their understanding of their federal, state and local laws. Components of the program include:

• Citizenship: The primary purpose of this module is to provide a short but insightful education of how our representative democracy works and the role that citizens play in this system. 

• Law Literacy: The primary purpose is to increase participants’ knowledge base regarding common crimes that teens and young adults often find themselves charged with. A secondary purpose of the lesson is to influencedecision-making such that participants will avoid purposely or inadvertently engaging in criminal activity. The final purpose of the lesson is to help participants analyze, evaluate, and correct behavior that may lead to entanglement into the criminal justice system.

• Law Enforcement Engagement: The purpose is to educate participants on the proper ways to respond during encounters with law enforcement and how to handle police misconduct— during, and after, the time the misconduct takes place. Secondly, we will explore what Community Policing is and is not. Lastly, we will discuss the realities of working in Law Enforcement.

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