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Game Changer Receives CA State Grant to Train Law Enforcement

by Apr 29, 2019News0 comments

Game Changer’s work is demonstrating the ability to improve community and law enforcement relations–essential to improved health and wellness for individuals, families and communities.

San Diego, CA. April 2019. Embrace by Game Changer is a 2018 Alliance Healthcare Foundation Mission Support recipient. Their work with law enforcement and neighborhood communities has been recognized by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (CA POST). POST has awarded The Law Enforcement and Community Relations Game Changer model with a 2-year $200,000 grant. Terms of the grant contract stipulate that Game Changer senior personnel complete a CA POST curriculum development workshop.

Established by the California legislature in 1959, CA POST sets minimum selection and training standards for California law enforcement. Over 600 California law enforcement agencies participate in the POST Program and are eligible to receive the Commission’s services, benefits that include; the development of new training courses, reimbursement for training, and research into improved selection standards.

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About Game Changer. Game Changer creates safe space for lay members of the community, law enforcement and elected officials to discuss problems and devise solutions together during moderated focus groups that take place three hours before the start of collegiate and professional sporting events. At the focus group conclusion, all participants attend the game together to build bridges, mend fences and spend quality time together. Learn more at www.GameChanger1.org

AHF Media contact:
Carl Nettleton, Nettleton Strategies
P 858-353-5489 E carl@nettstrategies.com

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