Alliance for Police Accountablity

COMMUNITY & POLICE RELATIONS: The APA is a grassroots organization dedicated to criminal justice reform, specializing in bettering community and police relations through advocacy, education, and policy. File A Report

“Operation Stay Engaged”

is a program that educates the community on the political process, beginning with their local ward chairs and committee representatives, all of the way up to their U.S. Congressman. We strongly encourage voter registration and teach citizens to thoroughly investigate current politicians’ positions on the issues that affect their quality of life.

“Ensures The Peoples Voices Heard”

and the community is included in making decisions that affect them. We host conversations in which community members, law enforcement, and local politicians have candid dialogue about the state of their community focusing on a plan to ensure a safe and healthy quality of life for all.

“Activism Is Love”

A youth leadership institute that teaches youth how to organize and mobilize around community and police issues with the goal of preparing young people for leadership, politics and the social justice movement. The program prepares them to launch their own campaign on issues important to them. Participants have the opportunity to work with officials and conduct media interviews on their grassroots organizing work.



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Call to action: Stop the Police Secrecy Bill

Stand up! We need your help to stop Pennsylvania’s Police Secrecy Bill (formerly HB 1538) Why the Police Secrecy Bill Matters If the Police Secrecy Bill passes, then whenever a police officer comes under investigation for use of force, the officer’s name...

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Know Your Rights! APA's March Public Meeting

March 1, 2017, 6:30pm - March 1, 2017, 7:00pm

The topic for our March meeting is "Know Your Rights"! Learn what you do and do not have the right to do, and what the police do and do not have the right to do, during interactions. Training will be led by Mike Healey from the ACLU. Commander Jason Lando of Zone 5 and "task force" aka "99" car detectives or "jump out" squads will be present to represent the police. Though we do not advocate for "jump out" squads, we want those that actually interact with the community present. Food and childcare available!!

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