Community and Problem Solving

Community and Problem Solving - Running head: COMMUNITY AND...

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Running head: COMMUNITY AND PROBLEM SOLVING POLICING 1 Community and Problem Solving Policing Shanika M. Gause 210 June 13, 2010 Michael Catanzarita
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COMMUNITY AND PROBLEM SOLVING POLICING 2 Community and Problem Solving Policing The police and the community’s relationship are very important. The relationship between the two gives the communities a sense of security and trust. The police deal with all types of problems that we are not aware of on a daily basis. The police job is to protect and serve the community. In the jobs that the police do they struggle and face problems every day. Having the communities support helps the police to make the streets safe. There are many citizens who are not willing to help the police; they have a bad feeling about the police. The police want to reduce crime and improve the quality of life in which is their goal (Dempsey & Forst 2005). To make that happen there must be problem-solving tactics and strategies to improve. Some believe that community policing and problem-solving policing may be the key strategies to use in policing our nation. Others feel that these strategies are not new, but rather a return to the Trying to involve the community with the police is an attempt to get the community
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2010 for the course CJS 210 taught by Professor Garner during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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