Public Safety Community Engagement
Community engagement is one of our main focus areas. Whether it’s connecting with our community through our Coffee with a Cop event, assisting families with their car seat installation, or care packages for the homeless—we listen to the needs of the people and communities around us and respond in ways that are meaningful. Our work allows us to build connections, form collaborations, and strengthen bonds with our neighbors to make a difference in their lives.
Here are just a few examples of the work we do to support our local communities.
- Autism Awareness Month
- Boston English High School Legal and Protective Services Advisory Board: This advisory board helps guide the program and students to prepare for college and enter the workforce.
- Bunker Hill Day Parade
- Car Seat Installation
- Coffee with a Cop
- Cruiser Convoy for Special Olympics
- Domestic Violence Awareness Month
- Fenway Community Advisory Board: The purpose of the Advisory Board is to foster open communication between CRJ’s reentry programs and the local community, promote active community support for the reentry programs and CRJ’s mission, and to advance public education, understanding, and advocacy for issues related to the reentry programs and its residents.
- LEARN (Law Enforcement Area Resource Network)- To improve and promote the safety, security, and well-being of students, employees, residents, families, and visitors of Boston area colleges, universities, and hospitals through the collaboration, development, and sharing of programming, intelligence, and best practices.
- No Shave November & Flag Patches to support Home Base/Veterans
- Pink Patch Project for Breast Cancer Awareness
- Racial Justice Collaborators Group
- Rape Aggression Defense (RAD)
- Shop with a Cop
- Stuff-A-Cruiser for Toys for Tots
- Truck or Treat
- United States Attorney’s Office Civil Rights Task Force