Community vs Traditional

Community vs Traditional - Zak Murdock There are two main...

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Zak Murdock 10-17-06 There are two main policies in which the police of a community coincide under. One is traditional policing, in which the police are a government agency principally responsible for law enforcement. The other is community policing, in which the police are the public, and the public are the police. The police officers are paid to give full time attention to the duties of every citizen. Both of these policies each prove to be useful in communities. However both of these policies are very much so different in regards to the role of police officers. Community oriented policing has been described as the collaborative effort between the police and the community that identifies problems of crime and disorder, and involves all elements of the community in the search for solutions to these problems. Where as the idea of traditional policing gives the police the principle responsibility for the law. These policies differentiate in more areas than one. The relationship of the
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