Boys and Girls Club of Fort Wayne

Boys and Girls Club of Fort Wayne

Dropping the puck for the Fort Wayne Komets

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Officer Appreciation Day

Officer Appreciation Day

Officer Appreciation Day at Concordia Lutheran School

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Blue Bucket Brigade

Blue Bucket Brigade

"Star Wars Night" at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.

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Community Connection

Community Connection

Officer Chiu enjoying a lemon shake-up while helping out some young entrepreneurs on a warm sunny day.

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Charity Goalball Game

Charity Goalball Game

The Fort Wayne police and fire departments hosted a goalball charity game to support people with disabilities.

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Procedural Justice Class

Procedural Justice Class

FWPD's Procedural Justice/Use of Force presentation with Ten Point Coalition members.

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Officer Appreciation Day

Officer Appreciation Day

Officer appreciation day held at Concordia Lutheran Elementary.

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Habitat for Humanity Community Build

Habitat for Humanity Community Build

In late July 2020l Habitat for Humanity of Greater Fort Wayne partnered with FWPD, Fort Wayne UNITED, and Youth for…

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Habitat for Humanity Panel Build

Habitat for Humanity Panel Build

Sergeant Rosales-Scatena and Officer Lisa Woods at the Habitat Panel Build project.

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The Community Outreach Division is commanded by Captain Mitchell McKinney, Sergeants Rosales-Scatena & Seay, and Officer Lisa Woods.

The mission of the Community Relations Division is to bring the police department and the community together to facilitate a better understanding of what the department does through the organizing of events in collaboration with other specialty teams and their equipment.The FWPD supports community-oriented policing strategies . The main idea behind this strategy is to allow police to feel like the public can trust them.The Community Relations Division is comprised of (11) officers to include the division commander and (2) sergeants plus (6) SROs, a safety village officer and the multicultural liaison officer. All of the personnel are important in relating a positive message to the community in areas of enforcement, safety and community involvement.The Community Relations Division can be reached at: 260-427-2242.

 Please visit the Department's FACEBOOK page to see the latest community relations updates.