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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/8/11 Crime and the Police Subculture From Structure to Culture
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4/8/11 Structure and Culture In this lecture we are going to examine how the ‘structure’ of policing and the models that are formed, are bounded and limited by the police subculture. Policing models are made up of organizational structures that we can recognize and analyze. However, these models have a cultural
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4/8/11 Police Models and the Urban Environment Before moving onto a direct discussion of ‘police culture’ we will examine the attempt to reform policing. These reforms have drawn on the models that we have discussed previously. What defines the modern urban world: 1. They have consumer/culture
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The New York City Model New York as the ultimate ‘city of fear’. In the 1980s, New York was suffering from a general ‘spread of victimization’ across all neighborhoods and classes. This ‘fear of crime’ was driving away
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course CRIM 101 taught by Professor Morgenson during the Fall '08 term at York University.

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