what is the CPC?
We provide Data Analysis, Operations Info, and Outreach as we collaboratively advise the Township of South Orange Village regarding its oversight of the Village Police Department
What We Do
We work with the police department to collect and analyze data on officer interactions within the community.
We assess, analyze and make recommendations regarding operations.
We educate and inform you about how the community and police department are working together to make South Orange a safe, equitable and fair community.
South Orange and the CPC partner with Essex County and Seton Hall University to reimagine traditional models of public safety
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Why working together is important
In these challenging times, coming together as a Village to provide …
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Community Posts and Official CPC Posts
The South Orange Community Police Collaborative (CPC) is currently seeking three new members. The CPC was created as an official Village committee in 2019, with a mission to advise the Township of South Orange Village Board of Trustees regarding its oversight of the Village Police Department. South Orange residents are invited to apply for oneContinue reading “Join the Community Police Collaborative (CPC)”
By the CPC The Community Coalition on Race will be holding a Zoom Webinar on Safety and Policing on Monday, June 13th at 7:30 pm and all are welcome to attend. Attendees should Register Here in advance. At this community forum you will get the facts on local and regional crime, learn what our communityContinue reading “Community Forum on Safety and Policing is June 13th!”
By the CPC and SO Police Dept. The South Orange Police Department has announced that it has deployed body-worn video cameras on their police officers. The cameras will be used as per the South Orange Police Department Body-Worn Camera Policy which is in accordance with guidelines established by the New Jersey Attorney General and directives issued byContinue reading “Body Worn Cameras Now Being Used by SO Police”