LAPD’s MLK Breakfast Endorses ‘Empowerment through Involvement’
On Saturday, January 18, the LAPD once again partnered with the community, USC and the LAPF to host the 5th Annual Martin Luther King Breakfast, a celebration of the life, legacy, and vision of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.
Community policing requires constant communication and partnership, and the annual attendance of roughly 250 prominent Los Angeles residents and community leaders at the MLK Breakfast allows for significant outreach.
The event informs community members and law enforcement personnel on how community policing has enabled the LAPD to make positive changes as an organization. As a result, the LAPD has established better relationships, gained valuable crime information, resolved disputes amongst the residents of the City of Los Angeles, and become a more approachable professional law enforcement agency.
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