The Rules of Engagement to Save Our Young Men is a summit to bring together law enforcement, defense attorneys, prosecutors, and community activist to discuss how a young man should conduct himself when confronted by the police. The target audience is African-America males between the ages of 10 and 22. The primary focus of the discussion is to provide life saving tips on how to survive interactions with law enforcement and other forms of authority. The task is to identify those Brothers who are in law enforcement, who are attorneys, and community activist to facilitate the summit. 

SERVICED POPULATION: Young African-American males

COMMUNITY ISSUE ADDRESSED: Police brutality and violence

COMMUNITY IMPACT: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania