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Free-writing : Individuals may feel that their ideas are less valuable when combined with the ideas of the group at large. Indeed, Diehl and Stroebe demonstrated that even when individuals worked alone, they produced fewer ideas if told that their output would be judged in a group with others than if told that their output would be judged individually. However, experimentation revealed free-writing as only a marginal contributor to productivity loss, and type of session (i.e., real vs. nominal group) contributed much more. [7]

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The Intersection Observer API provides a way to asynchronously observe changes in the intersection of a target element with an ancestor element or with a top-level document's viewport .

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Operation Conversation: Cops Kids (Cops Kids) is an innovative police-community relations model program run by theAll Stars Projectin partnership with theNew York City Police Department and the Newark Police Department.The program uses performance, improvisation and conversation to help inner-city teenagers and police officers develop a positive relationship.

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Cops Kids uses the power of performance to create a new kind of relationship.

The program is designed to foster positive interactions between the police and inner-city youth. It consists of a series of community workshops that use performance, improvisational games and conversation to help teenagers and police officers to develop and improve their relationship.

Cops Kids changes the environment in which police and youth interact.

Operation Conversation: Cops Kids was first created in 2006 by ASP co-founder, Lenora Fulani, Ph.D., a developmental psychologist and community activist, in the wake of the shooting of Sean Bell in Queens, New York.

In 2011, the NYPD officially incorporated Operation Conversation: Cops Kids into the training of its police officers and new recruits. Since the program’s inception, over 9,655 NYPD officers and young people have participated in performanceand demonstration workshops throughout New York City. The program has been supported by NY Police Commissioners Ray Kelly, Bill Bratton, James O’Neill.

In 2015, All Stars Project was awarded the 2015 IACP and Cisco Community Policing Award from The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) for Cops Kids, in partnership with the NYPD, for cities worldwide having a population greater than 250,000.

Participants agree that performance helps build trust.

A survey of Operation Conversation: Cops Kids program participants conducted in 2013 showed 84% of all respondents said that the experience would positively affect how they would interact in the future.

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Operation Conversation: Cops Kids Launches in Newark, New Jersey

In an important partnership between All Stars and Mayor Ras J. Baraka and the City of Newark, All Stars was proud to launch Operation Conversation: Cops Kids in New Jersey’s largest city. This initiative will involve 300 police officers and young people in 14 workshops to create a new performance of police-community relations in all five of the city’s wards.

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