Category: Law Enforcement
Despite COVID-19 cases surging in Los Angeles County, the Northeast Police Station and the Church of Scientology were determined to provide toys for children who would otherwise go without.
Seattle's Church of Scientology hosted its annual block party celebrating National Night Out in support of community anti-crime efforts
Drug-Free Tennessee took part in the National Association of School Resource Officers Convention on International Day Against Drug Abuse.
Church of Scientology supports the North Precinct Police Bureau Holladay Park Safety Plan
Church of Scientology Pretoria trains Tshwane Metro Drug Unit officers to be experts at delivering the Truth About Drugs curriculum.
Gaining the skills needed to get through to South African youth on this urgent subject
Foundation for a Drug-Free World Colorado chapter brings the truth about drugs to the Colorado Sheriff's Departments' statewide annual convention.
Foundation for a Drug-Free World prompts conversations about the Truth About Drugs at the Wyoming Schools Safety Conference.
World Humanitarian Day open house August 19 at the Church of Scientology of Buffalo acknowledged the Buffalo Special Police for their service and dedication to the city.
Church of Scientology-sponsored humanitarian campaigns bring practical solutions to North Sacramento crime prevention event.
Helping rid Nashville neighborhoods of drugs and crime, Drug-Free Tennessee distributes Truth About Drugs booklets at neighborhood events on National Night Out Against Crime.
Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood residents celebrate National Night Out at Church of Scientology annual block party.
One man's work to uplift the people of his country with The Way to Happiness
Unlawfully detained and beaten by police, a New Guinea activist is reforming the system through human rights education.
Drug-Free World Volunteers reach out with The Truth About Drugs to school resource officers with factual information about the effects of drugs.
Scientology-supported human rights campaign educates people on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Scientology News reports drug prevention open house and forum at the National Scientology Organization of Mexico brings together community leaders in the name of a drug-free Mexico.
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology and The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay join North Greenwood residents in another neighborhood cleanup.
In commemoration of World Health Day, Mexican Scientologists opened the doors of their mega-church, located in the center of Mexico City, where both community members and leaders of different social sectors gathered to discuss current health issues related to the consumption of drugs, and declared a resounding "Say No to drugs, Say Yes to Life."
The secular program using technology based on the research and discoveries of L. Ron Hubbard is helping addicts in the largest prison in Indonesia turn their lives around.
Extending the campaign launched in San Francisco before the NFL championship game, Truth About Drugs volunteers donate booklets to local police to bolster drug education and prevention.
Bikers, lowriders join forces to end the violence
Workshop provides tools trainees will use throughout careers.
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology of Los Angeles participate with the LA Chapter of The Way to Happiness Foundation to take on the problem of graffiti and litter in the Hollywood Area
How the Rev. Leon Kelly uses L. Ron Hubbard's moral code to tackle the scourge of gang violence in Denver
A Christmas gift to help the family of NYPD Detective Randolf A. Holder who died in the line of duty October 20.
More than 80 clergy, gang interventionists and law enforcement officers met at Church of Scientology L.A. Community Center on Vermont to help find ways reduce crime, drugs and gangs through education and vital social programs throughout Los Angeles—especially those areas in and around "Death Alley".
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement's clock shows that crime is still a prime concern in Florida with 1 murder committed every 9 hours, a robbery every 24 minutes and a violent crime every 5 minutes. But there is one category of crime trend that is on its way down and that is in the area of juvenile violent crimes.