Welcome to OCDO.
I agree, you should proof read a little better.
If you dig a little deeper into the sight, you will likely find exactly what you've recommended as far as Proactive vs. Reactive. Most, if not all states, have groups that do or have done this already.
This site is a conglomeration of opinions from anyone who feels a need to chime in. I would not go as far to call the members of this forum an organization persay.
You will most likely find that people here don't always have good reactions from LEOs when pertains to an OCing public. That is not to say that in some counties, parishes, or states, there doesn't exist a LEO who agrees with OC. It just shows that most of us would agree that LEOs in general don't want the average person walking around with a gun on his hip.
Trying to have LEOs involved in the OC movement is much easier said than done. Have you ever asked a LEO what his thoughts are on OC?
I have as a few BRPD officers here and their response is all more or less, "No, don't do it" or "why would you want to do something that stupid?"
Here in LA it's completely legal, except where prohibited by some state, local, or federal law. Most everywhere is legal here unless you're in a school zone or bar. But I'm sure if someone called 911 or a LEO spotted someone with a firearm on their hip, it wouldn't be a simple smile and nod. Instead it would more likely be a 45 minute to multi-day event. Detained, disarmed, questioned, background check, and possible arrested due to an aggitated individual for being held up for nothing and likely provoked into aggitation by the LEO or LEOs who have no clue or don't care about the law.
This is not to be misunderstood as flaming LEOs, but more a revelation and reaction to your perceived idea that simply asking LEOs to be involved would help.
P.S. This is not the proper place to post this. I would probably move it to the General Discussion section or similar section.