Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott announces new component to partnership with Police2Peace

by Mike Olson ABC Columbia, SC

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Today at the State House, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott announced a new component to the department’s continued partnership with Police2Peace. The non-profit organization works to help law enforcement better serve the community with community-based programs for better engagement and police-based programs for training, such as de-escalation and peace initiatives.

Learn more at The Peace Officer Promise.


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