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Cincinnati Community Profiles
Welcome to CPOP
Learn about Cincinnati's Community Problem
Oriented Policing initiative
Explore resources for solving community
Review Cincinnati's efforts to identify and
correct community problems
Contact CPOP Police officers, other City
staff, community leaders and the Community Police Partnering Center
Research current conditions and other data for
Community Problem Oriented Policing (CPOP)
— A philosophy and methodology designed to tackle
community problems through a
partnership between the employees of the
City and the residents of Cincinnati.
employees and the community work together, under the direction of the
Cincinnati Police utilizing a consistent process of Scanning, Analysis,
Response and Assessment
are defined as two or more incidents that are similar in nature, that cause or
are capable of causing harm, and the community wants the police to do something
to resolve them.
To address crime, disorder and quaility-of-life issues, the City, in
partnership with the Community Police Partnering Center, is
making SARA training available to Cincinnati's 52 neighborhoods. The goal
is to form working partnerships between residents, community stakeholders,
and the staff of the City and the Partnering Center.
The Tri-State Regional Community Policing Institute (RCPI)
offers courses on problem solving with the SARA model. C
all RCPI at 513-771-0782 for more information. Community members can contact
the CPD or the CPPC to schedule SARA training.
Avondale, Bond Hill, Carthage, Corryville, CUF, Lower Price Hill, Madisonville,
Mt. Airy, North Avondale, Northisde, Over-the-Rhine, Pendleton, Roselawn,
Walnut Hills, CBD/Riverfront, Mt. Adams, West End, California, East Walnut
Hills, Evanston, Kennedy Heights and South Fairmount.
Last updated August 14, 2012