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Proactive Tactics 1 Proactive Tactics Dana Dutch CJS 210-Introduction to Policing Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Proactive Tactics 2 In addition to alternatives to random routine patrol, rapid response to citizens’ 911 calls, and retroactive investigation of past crimes by detectives, police departments are using new, proactive tactics to supplement traditional patrol techniques. These innovations include uniformed tactical operations, decoy operations, stakeout and sting operations, code enforcement teams, and efforts against drunk drivers.(Wadsworth, 2005) The three important proactive tactics that are used to enhanced traditional patrol techniques are decoy operations, stakeouts operations, and efforts against drunk drivers. These three important proactive tactics are not only important to the police department but also the community. In the decoy operations is one of the primary purposes of police patrol is to prevent crime through the creation of a sense of omnipresence; potential criminals are deterred from crime by the presence or potential presence of the police. Obviously, omnipresence does not
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course CJS 210 taught by Professor Garner during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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