Dimension 2: Integrate and Elevate Community and Governmental Partners

Public safety requires collaboration between community and other governmental partners. CS360 requires that these partners are identified and integrated into comprehensive public safety approach.


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The following tables provide readers with information on indicators and measures that comprise CS360. To view the full description of each measure, hover over the text with the mouse (desktop) or tap the text (mobile and tablet devices). Located at the bottom of each table, the box allows navigation (with arrows and numbered sections) to view all the indicators and measures for a certain goal.

Selecting Indicators and Measures

Under the CS360 model, agencies should select and collect regular data on at least one measure per goal. To ensure that the indicators and measures comprehensively reflect priorities, agencies should seek input from diverse stakeholders including community members. It is also important to select measures that are evidence-informed, reflective of diverse data sources, and inclusive of both outputs and outcomes.

Goal 1. Shared Responsibility of Outcomes

List of Indicators: Community Engagement, Community Volunteers, and Incidents Reported.

Goal 2. Ensure that Policing Practices are Equitable or Accessible to All

List of Indicators: Demographic Composition of Police Use of Enforcement, Disability Access, and Language Access.

Goal 3. Enhance Trust Between Community Members and the Police

List of Indicators: Accountability, Community Oversight Boards, Community Satisfaction, and Inspections, and Transparency.

Goal 4. Understand Factors that are Impacting the Community and Their Ability to Respond

List of Indicators: Economic Conditions, Perceptions of Safety and Disorder, and Public Health.