One common duty of a community liaison officer is to give safety presentations to community organizations and schools. They also may work to improve problematic areas, neighborhoods, or cities and visit with citizens to increase crime awareness and prevention. Additionally, community liaison officers may also host or attend regular community meetings.
Community liaison officers might assist with victims of crime by providing financial, legal, or law enforcement guidance. Similarly, community liaison officers support other police officers by collecting evidence, gathering facts, and interviewing witnesses. Some community liaison officers work to assimilate new members of a community to a new area.
In general, community liaison officers often must have excellent communication skills, be in good physical shape, and be able to work with a variety of people. Most employers require a high school diploma, and some criminal justice education. Others require formal postsecondary education. Because follow-through is an important aspect of a community liaison officer's position, he or she must also have strong organizational skills and have effective plans in place for improvement. Additionally, community liaison officers also need to be involved in the communities in which they serve.
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