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Bridge The Blue was founded in 2017 with one sole purpose: to publicly advocate for law enforcement and help improve the relationships between police officers and the communities they protect and serve.
HOW WE DO IT
From community meet and greets with local police departments to our Nationwide BlueFest Tour, our community outreach initiatives are designed to rebuild trust between people and police.
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For those that have lost loved ones either in the line of duty or that were innocent victims at a scene gone horribly wrong, we want to help provide both financial support and counseling.
Smaller police departments are underfunded, lack resources, and many officers are paid fast-food wages. We want to help empower and be a bridge for those departments and officers.
More than 8 in 10 officers say the public does not understand the risks and challenges of their jobs, and a similar number say their departments are understaffed.
of officers say their jobs are harder today due to public perception
of officers expressed concerns about their own personal safety
of officers are reluctant to use force when it is appropriate and necessary
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