Lecture 15-Community Policing and Protection Styles

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Community Policing and Policing Styles An Introduction
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Community Policing and Policing Styles Community Policing is based on two principles: Community Engagement Problem Solving
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Community Policing and Policing Styles Community Policing is based on a philosophy that advocates a partnership between the police and the community to work together to solve problems, create stability and predictability where there is fear of criminal victimization and disorder, and ultimately improve overall quality of life.
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Community Policing and Policing Styles Community policing evolved out of research in NJ and Michigan that showed that police could develop more positive attitudes toward community members and promote positive attitudes toward the police…if the police spent time on foot in neighborhoods…
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Community Policing and Policing Styles Community Policing is based on the idea that together, the police and the public are more effective and more humane at creating safe, secure, and organized society than the police alone.
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2008 for the course CJC 101 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '07 term at Ball State.

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