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NCPCV earns GuideStar’s Gold Seal of Transparency
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NCPCV earns GuideStar’s Gold Seal of Transparency

The National Center for the Prevention of Community Violence (NCPCV) has earned a Gold Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations. To earn the Gold Seal, NCPCV provided GuideStar with information about its goals, strategies, capabilities, achievements, and progress indicators. That information is accessible to the public through…

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NCPCV founder joins Virginia work group about student safety

Bobby Kipper, founder and executive director of the National Center for the Prevention of Community Violence, has been named to the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Work Group on Student Safety. Kipper, school safety and discipline specialist with the Virginia Department of Education, is part of a multidisciplinary team of Virginia educators, public safety officials, community partners,…

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We Are Growing

We are pleased to announce the opening of our new Arizona Headquarters to kick-off 2018. The new office is located at 2578 Smoke Tree Lane in Prescott, AZ. The National Center for Prevention Of Community Violence has been partnering with agencies in Arizona for several years to bring the latest in Prevention Programs to schools…

Sgt. McComie Winter Park Police Department
AC4P Policing Stories

Sgt. McComie Winter Park Police Department

Speak with Love, Act with Kindness, and Pay it Forward is our family motto and mission. We have raised our daughters ages six (6) and ten (10) to be global citizens and to pay it forward to those around them. This year our daughters asked to deliver a cake, a handmade card, and party supplies…

Corporal Melinda Wray – Norfolk Police Department
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Corporal Melinda Wray – Norfolk Police Department

On a recent spring morning in April, a man wandered into the Police Administration Building in Downtown Norfolk. The man smiled politely with a wide, toothy grin and stared at the officers. When asked if he needed any assistance, the man simply stated, “I think I’m lost.” The man knew his first name and believed…

Ofc C Deuell – Norfolk Police Department
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Ofc C Deuell – Norfolk Police Department

On April 4th, 2016 I responded to an accident on Sewell’s Pt Rd where a car had pulled out in front of a motorcycle, causing an accident. A good Samaritan who saw the accident stopped, checked on the injured motorcyclist, called 911, and stayed on scene until paramedics and PDD arrived to make sure that…

W.L. Hoyle – Coolidge Police Department
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W.L. Hoyle – Coolidge Police Department

On October 16, 2015, while on patrol I decided to take a break at the local Subway restaurant. When approaching the cashier I learned someone had already paid for my meal. I spoke with “Nicole” and thanked her for her kindness. “Nicole” told me she lives for the pay it forward experience, and wants to…

Commander Rodney Smith – Coolidge Police Department
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Commander Rodney Smith – Coolidge Police Department

While sitting in the briefing room, I observed two of our records clerks walking by. They were pulling a cart of copying paper. I also observed officers engaged in conversation watching the records clerks struggling with the cart. An explorer who was speaking with me, excused himself from the conversation and went and assisted the…

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Officer Palevich — Norfolk Police Department

On December 15th I was dispatched to a call for service at 1300 Longdale Dr. #101 to recover a wallet. I spoke with Mr. Ron White, the residence of apt 101, who informed me the wallet was found in the parking lot of the complex. He was concerned due to it having the personal information…