cjs week7 day 5 - Proactive Police Tactics 1 January 7 2010...

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January 7, 2010 Proactive Police Tactics 1 Proactive Police Tactics Cjs/210 Jessie Lassabe When it comes to proactive tactics and techniques three of them come to mind decoy vehicles, stakeout operations, and sting operations. The reason why I chose these is I feel that these three makes the biggest difference in policing today. I will start first by describing these three’s purpose, and if I think they are effective.
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Proactive Police Tactics 2 Decoy vehicle’s purpose is to deter criminal activity by parking an empty patrol car in high risk areas. The potential criminals will see the vehicle and know that there is a police presence in this area. This kind of gives criminals a visual conscience to tell them not to commit the crime. Decoy vehicles also deter criminal thinking as well. This proactive tactic is very effective for police departments who are low on manpower. Which everyone knows is most every department. Stakeout operations are the second proactive tactic that I will explain. Stakeout
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course CJS 212 taught by Professor Smith during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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