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Who we are

Ithlokomeleng Batho Rehabilitation Centre-IBRC is a non-profit organization registered in both Uganda and South Africa that collaborates with law enforcement to make the community safer. The organization’s mission is to improve relationships between law enforcement and the community. Our primary goal in working with the police is to build trust, understanding, and cooperation between these critical entities.

What we do

The mission of IBRC is to bridge the gap between the police and the community in order to foster trust, increase communication, and promote mutual understanding between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve. The ultimate goal is to improve public safety, reduce crime, and create a more peaceful and inclusive society.
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In order to achieve our mission, the organization is engaged in a variety of activities, which include:

Community outreach

Community outreach through the signature project, coffee with a cop with a cop,...
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Training programs

We have created community policing training programs that teach ...
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The organization is on the cutting edge of advocacy, lobbying ...
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Our Programs

Youth Mentorship Program

Our mentorship program pairs police officers with local youth to provide guidance, support, and ..
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Community safety networks

IBRC holds workshops on topics such as personal safety, cyber security, drug abuse awareness, safety..
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Crime Prevention Walks:

Ibrc organizes community walks with police officers to address specific community safety concerns, ..
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Tee- it-Off with Cop Project

Tee it off with a cop" is a corporate fun challenge in which industry decision makers compete in a golf ..
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Why bridging the Gap between the police and community Matters?

Bridging the gap between the police and the community is crucial for fostering trust, collaboration, and effective policing. It promotes mutual understanding, reduces tension, and enhances community safety by encouraging open communication and cooperation. The Benefits of police-community engagement include:

Trust Building

Establishes trust between law enforcement and the community, leading to improved cooperation.

Crime Prevention:

Engages residents in crime prevention efforts, making communities safer.

Youth Engagement:

Engages youth in constructive activities, diverting them from potential involvement in crime.


Holds the police accountable by involving the community in oversight and decision-making.

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