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Public and Private Policing 1 Public and Private Policing Deanna De Baets CJS 250 February 13, 2011 Troy Metcalf Axia/University of Phoenix
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Public and Private Policing 2 Introduction This document will discuss the relationship between private and public policing as well as the conflict regarding the definitions of public and private space and how they influence that said relationship and ways that the relationship between the two and the security of our citizens can be maintained or improved. Public and Private Policing: their relationship and conflicts. The relationship between public law enforcement and private security has many different levels and views. When we talk about “Public Law Enforcement”, we refer to local, state, and tribal police departments which can and usually do consist of sheriff’s departments, agencies such as the FBI, ATF, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Marshals department, etc. When we refer to “Private Security”, we are referencing agencies or companies such as alarm companies, guard companies, investigation services, armored car services, etc (International Association of Chiefs of Police, 2004). Service as these in both environments are becoming more commonly used together to help in protecting our businesses and our citizens. In most case, the security services and their employees are the first ones on the scene whether it is an alarm of a break in or robbery, or a fire within the structure. It is important for both of these groups to work together in order for the best outcome. There are many advantages
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course CJS 250 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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