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HARVEST CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

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HARVEST CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

Georgia A. Robinson Police Academy

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Harvest Christian University's Police Academy Program:

Our academy is dedicated to providing comprehensive and practical training to all of our students. We strive to create a learning environment that is supportive, engaging, and challenging. We believe that through our programs, our students are better prepared to serve and protect their communities:  

 

  1. Advanced Criminal Investigation Techniques

  2. Police Leadership and Management

  3. Crisis Management and Response

  4. Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Training

 

 

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Introduction:

Georgia A. Robinson Police Academy

Harvest Christian University is the founder of this new and elite Policing Academy that addresses policing in the pattern of a great but not forgotten woman. Georgia Ann Robinson (née Hill; May 12, 1879 – September 21, 1961) was an American police officer and community worker who was the first African American woman to be appointed a police officer at the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).

 

She was also one of the first Black policewomen to be hired in the country. Robinson joined the force in 1916 as a volunteer jail matron and was appointed an officer in 1919. She worked on juvenile and homicide cases, as well as cases with black women. Robinson was involved in activism throughout her life.

 

As a young woman in Colorado, she was an active suffragist. In LA, Robinson was the first black woman to run for a seat on the Los Angeles Board of Education. Robinson was born on May 12, 1879, in Opelousas, Louisiana, as Georgia Ann Hill. At 18, she moved to Kansas and took work as a domestic servant. She later moved to Denver, Colorado, where she worked as a nurse and midwife. In 1912, Robinson moved to Los Angeles, where she became involved in community work. She founded the Sojourner Truth Home, a shelter for women and girls, and was active in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

 

Robinson's appointment as a police officer was groundbreaking, as women were not commonly hired as police officers at the time, and Black women were even more unlikely to be hired. Robinson paved the way for other women and minorities to join the LAPD and other law enforcement agencies.

 

She retired from the LAPD in 1928 and continued her community work until her death in 1961.Today, Robinson is remembered as a trailblazer and a pioneer in law enforcement and community work. Her legacy continues to inspire women and minorities to pursue careers in law enforcement and to work for social justice and equality.

Robinson passed away in 1961 at the age of 82 in Los Angeles, California. While there is no information available about any other children she may have had, her legacy as a pioneer in law enforcement and community work continues to inspire and influence people today.

 

Robinson's contributions to law enforcement and social justice continue to be celebrated and remembered, and her groundbreaking work as a Black policewoman paved the way for other women and minorities to join law enforcement agencies

Harvest Christian University's mission:


Our mission is to provide spiritual and practical enrichment to students, empowering them to pursue truth, goodness, and beauty found in Christ. Harvest Christian University is committed to community engagement, addressing injustices and disparities, and fostering positive relationships between law enforcement and the community.

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Introduction:

Harvest Christian University's International Police Organization Training Academy Program:

Our International Police Organization Academy - IPOA mission is to promote international standards in police and military training by facilitating the sharing of best practices, training programs, and expertise between academies and universities worldwide. Our IPOA goal is to enhance police officer performance, improve public safety, and reduce crime rates by providing academies with the tools and resources needed to stay up-to-date with the latest research and trends in law enforcement training.

 

At our organization, we believe that collaboration and innovation are the keys to achieving international standards in police and military training. By working together and sharing our knowledge and experience, we can create a more effective and efficient training system that prepares officers for the challenges they may face in the field.

 

 

 

 

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               IPOA . UNIPOL . IVBI

            International Joint Operations

  1. Advanced Criminal Investigation Techniques

  2. Police Leadership and Management

  3. Crisis Management and Response

  4. Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Training

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