The Capiophobia Awareness and Prevention Program Promotes Safer Schools.

What Is Capiophobia?

Capiophobia is the fear of the police. This phobia can be so pronounced that the mere sight of a police officer can induce symptoms of anxiety and panic for some. In this case, the fear is so intense that it disrupts your everyday life. You might think that if you have not committed a serious crime, you should not fear the police. That is not true. Even if you have no reason to fear the police, you can still feel a lot of anxiety if you see them.   

For example, if you are driving and you see a police car behind you, you might feel nervous even though you have done nothing wrong. All phobias are irrational fears, but they do not discriminate between people who do and do not have something to be afraid of. No two phobias are the same, and neither are the people who have them. Some people are afraid of bees, others are afraid of heights, and others are afraid of public speaking. Doctors can treat a variety of phobias. However, most people choose to learn how to manage their fear instead. Find out more about capiophobia here and how to overcome the fear of the police.

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Phobia's Do Not Discriminate Between People Who Do Or Don't Have Them
Capiophobia is the fear of the police or fear of getting arrested.
Many People Experience Anxiety At The Sound Of Sirens

The Spread Of Capiophobia Is Paving Way For Organized Crime To Flourish In Our Nation.


When the community fears the police, criminals and criminal activity gain momentum. The spread of capiophobia is paving way for organized crime to implement their criminal agendas throughout our Country boldly. Our responsibility as good citizens of our Country is to preserve justice, restore the damaged civilian-law enforcement relationship, and sever the plans of criminals and the spread of organized crime in our nation. Capiophobia may not seem like a big problem to many, but it truly is too big a problem to ignore. The image of law enforcement officers as figures of safety and security has been skewed through the spread of capiophobia, leading to a nearly severed desire to communicate with law enforcement by many students in America. 


How Can Community-Focused Policing Programs Reduce the Spread of Capiophobia?

The more police officers engage with the community, the better they can identify problems before problematic incidents occur. Additionally, the increased engagement of police officers with the community can break down negative misconceptions of police officers, which may have been adopted by environmental or upbringing responses.  To find out more about how a community-focused policing program can help your school with the fear of the police, please refer to our article “Community focused policing programs can prevent and reduce the spread of capiophobia.”

How To Implement A Capiophobia Awareness And Prevention Program.

    Step 1:

Share our capiophobia education videos with your audience (students, faculty, staff, church members, etc.). Watch either one of our capiophobia education videos below.

 Capiophobia Awareness Videos

What Is A Phobia Video


The three videos in this section are best suited for middle school-age students and up. Churches and private business organizations may also benefit from sharing the videos with their employees or members to promote a higher awareness of capiophobia, which concerns public safety in communities, the workplace, schools, and home.

    Step 2:

Share our capiophobia education page with your audience and add the (optional) capiophobia education widget link on a web page that can be easily navigated to or seen by your audience. An ideal place for the capiophobia education page widget link may be on your school district’s website, your human resources directory, or your church resource webpage.


The capiophobia education webpage widget link looks like the image below. Click the image below to redirect you to our capiophobia education webpage and briefly discuss the subheadings with your audience. In addition, you may add our anonymous crime reporting widget link on your website as a valuable resource.


    Optional Step 3:


Add our capiophobia education webpage widget link as a valuable resource to your website. Visitors can locate the widget at our anonymous crime reporting widget link is at


Visitors can find the widget link installation instructions by clicking on the step-by-step instructions links below.


 Capiophobia Education Widget Link

Report Crime Now Widget Link

    Step 4:


Share our capiophobia awareness and education poster with your audience. If your audience consists of students, place our printable signs in classrooms or easily accessible locations containing self-help material.


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Share this poster with your student's, school, or workplace.

    Step 5:


Hate speech instigates hate crimes. Click the video links below to learn more about hate crime prevention and anger control in the short videos.


Schools can give an unknown angry student an early opportunity to cool off and reconsider a premeditated hate crime. A student who may have formulated a plan to conduct a hate crime, such as a school shooting, has ample time to cool off and change their mind following the anger release exercise in the following video.


Daily Anger Release Exercise Video

Hate Speech Instigates Hate Crimes Video

Public schools can play the anger release exercise video every morning after the pledge of allegiance to reduce students’ anger and hatred, the precursor for hate speech and hate crimes. 

Saved By The Kindness Bell Program, Is A Time-Efficient Kindness & Character Skills Building Program Designed To Help Stop Hate Crimes and School Shootings. 


Playing the anger release exercise video in your classroom each morning can help bring emotional balance to your students or staff. Inspired by Dr. Masaru Emoto’s research of the healing and calming benefits of classical music, the song selection was carefully selected to promote a vibrant, positive emotional experience to the listener. 


The waterfall visuals in the video promote a sense of release and remind us to guard our thoughts against a negative mindset. Our goal is to reduce hate speech which instigates hate crimes such as school shootings. We strongly advise combining the Capiophobia Awareness and Prevention Program with our Saved By The Kindness Bell Program, designed to reduce anger in students, promote peaceful school environments, and teach kindness and character-building skills that set up students for success.

Classical Music Calms Our Body Water Molecules

Saved By The Kindness Bell Program Promotes Less Agitation With Students.

Research suggests that the traditional school bell agitates students. Public schools are unintentionally adding to students’ agitation through the traditional sound of the school bell which rings an average of 7-10 times a day. We suggest replacing the school bell with a “Saved By The Kindness Bell” daily kindness tip featuring joyful classical music inspired by the science of Japanese Scientist Masaru Emoto and the Emoto Peace Project


Saved By The Kindness Bell, Is Uniquely Designed To Encourage Kindness And Character Building Skills During Normal School Bell Ringing Times.


Each Saved By The Kindness Bell video features a short phrase promoting kindness and character building in students, with a peaceful small bird in the background. The short kindness bell ranges between 36 and 40 seconds long. Choose one bell a day and replace your old school bell with a joyful peace-promoting bell while simultaneously implementing a kindness and character-building program during your regular bell-ringing schedule.  As a guide, playing the same kindness bell in one day is best because the average listener needs to hear the same message three times for adequate retention.


Classical Music Exposure

Dr. Masaru Emoto’s research has gained international admiration. His frozen water crystal photographs visually demonstrate the correlation between water and our thoughts, words, uplifting music, and water-blessing prayers. The short video below shows us how water responds to classical music, positive comments, photos, and uplifting prayers.

The Water In You, The Water In Me.

This video features research from Dr. Gerald Pollack and Dr. Masaru Emoto. The objective is to bring a higher awareness to our emotional health concerning hate speech vs. positive, cheerful surroundings and experiences. Our words can heal or hurt others around us. We can visually see this through the water crystal photography of Dr. Masaru Emoto. Please consider sharing this video with your students, faculty, and staff.

Set A Peaceful School Heartbeat With Our Kindness School Bells

Our Capiophobia Awareness And Prevention Program was originally posted on 11/13/2022 on this page, modified and moved here on 11/22/2022. Our Saved By The Kindness Bell Program was originally posted here on 11/22/2022.  Content contribution for this page provided by Mihaela Dorca on 11/13/2022. Copyright 2022. All Rights Reserved.  Last edited 2/19/2023.

This page last modified 12/26/2022.