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I recently came across Community Oriented Police Houses in Racine, WI (https://www.cityofracine.org/Departments/Police/COP-Houses/Main/). Do these meet the criteria of a law enforcement point, and should they be collected?

asked 07 Mar '18, 10:37

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Yes, you can collect Community Oriented Police (COP) houses as long as the following criteria are met:

  1. COP houses should have their own designated building with signage
  2. A sworn officer is stationed at each COP

Be sure to spell out the COP acronym (Community Oriented Policing) in the name to clearly distinguish these facilities from the actual police department.

Based on the above criteria, the Racine COP houses can be collected. The names entered should match the names listed on the website. For example, appropriate names would be Mead Street Community Oriented Policing House, or Anthony Lane Community Oriented Policing House.


answered 07 Mar '18, 10:46

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