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ENOTA ("Educating Neighborhoods to Obey Those in Authority")

This training is specifically designed to teach youth to respect those in authority such as Parents, Teachers, and Law enforcement. The ultimate goal is to teach youth to respect and love themselves. Lastly, the training builds participants’ self-esteem, self-respect, and a sense of goal orientation. 

AT-ONE (Alternative Training Offered to Neighborhood Enforcement)

This training is specifically designed to bridge the gap between the community and law enforcement by tearing down the walls of distrust. AT-ONE focuses on training the community and Police in Sensitivity and De-escalation. This training will help both communities to effectively address the broad range of issues they face day to day in a community that lacks many social needs. It will better prepare them to respond effectively and positively to issues when in crisis.

AT-ONE (Alternative Training Offered to Neighborhood Educators)

This training is specifically designed to teach staff to be At-One with students. Often teachers’ attention is given to disruptive students, the method given during the AT-One training will allow teachers to work in concert together to minimize student disruptive behavior. 


The Peacekeepers is a proactive initiative designed to help restore peace back to these communities and have the Peacekeepers take a more active role in restoring that peace. We do this by recruiting, training and organizing the community to take responsibility to patrol their own neighborhoods along with Law enforcement. The program is designed to help shift the paradigm of thought in people who have lost hope that they can change their reality. 

The peacekeepers have been working throughout 32 cities in the US and three international countries for over 15 years to educate our youth and community into reducing of gun violence, crime and also teaching the proper relationship between the community and law enforcement.


Those who have accepted to become a Peacekeeper will take the Peacekeepers Pledge:

The Peacekeepers Pledge

I Pledge to Love and Respect myself and my fellow man

I Pledge to protect all women, children, and elderly

I Pledge not to commit any acts of violence on myself or others

I Pledge to improve my community and promote Peace

I Am Present For Peace, So Help Me God!  


The training provided will give each citizen the confidence and skills needed to interact with the citizens in their community.

  1. Non-violent crisis intervention (Educating Neighborhoods to Obey Those in Authority)
  2. Conflict Resolution
  3. Self-defense
  4. CPR and First Aid
  5. Love Thy Self and Respect thy Self
  6. The Proper Handling of People

Those who have completed the training will receive a signature orange Peacekeepers shirt and a picture identification card. If shown to Law Enforcement the ID will be recognized that the citizen has completed training on how to respect those in authority.


Newly trained Peacekeepers are mobilized to stabilize the targeted community with the first   “One Hour of Power” walk. Peacekeepers with Tee shirts and IDs in hand will have information to distribute making the community aware of the Peacekeeper’s presence throughout the community.


P.O. Box 559
Brice, Ohio 43109


+1 (347) 735-2724





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