Let's look at a standard definition: respect: a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.
Respect is something that is earned. You cannot simply apply something, strap an object to your hip, or buy something and have respect garnered for you by others. If you want respect in your community, find ways to work with others. Find ways to reach out a helping hand. Go the extra mile for a suffering individual or group in your community. Stand up publicly for people who are being downtrodden or who society at large has written off. Assist the poor, befriend the outcast, work with the sick, the weak, with those who cannot defend themselves. Work with your family and friends to create civil society, which begins at home. All of these things, plus a generous spirit, a strong sense of humor, and great hope will, in time, allow you to earn the respect of others.