|Police policies||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Maggie McGovern (mcgroovin2000yahoo.com)|
|Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2021 04:13:38 -0700 (PDT)|
Hi people. I’ve never posted to here so I’m not sure if I’m doing this right. I’ll find out! I’m curious if any of you have policies/guidelines/agreements/rules around people calling the police? I’ve had a neighbor call the police on me for something that was not breaking any agreements and wasn’t brought to my attention by him (we do have agreements to go to each other with complaints but he has chosen not to do that). We don’t have any agreements around calling the police and for my and other’s safety and peace of mind I would like that to exist. I was thinking of having a discussion in our coho with those interested but I thought I’d first see if other Coho’s have written agreements that I can bring as options. When I think of writing something it is very hard for me to clearly, concretely describe how it would look to use police when needed and not just as a threat. I also know there are many views on this from people trusting the police as a strategy for protection and conflict resolution to those who see using police as a danger given historical and current violence and abuses of power and then everything in between. Anyone tackled this? Thanks, Maggie Sent from my iPhone
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