The Technocratic Model of Policing and its Critique

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4/8/11 The Significance of the Technocratic Model of The technocratic model of policing is a critical starting point for our consideration of community policing: a) because it expresses the organizational and ideational structure of policing; b) because it is the beginning point for community policing as a contrary model. Community policing is structured as
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4/8/11 The Definition The technocratic model is made up of two important features of modern policing: a) its reliance on technology; and, b) its use of a bureaucratic model of organization. It is made up of technology and bureaucracy . Policing prior to the mid twentieth century was based on foot patrols
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Technology and Policing The influence of technology in policing has to be understood within a wider cultural context. We have a ‘fetishistic’ attachment to technology in our society. We believe that problems, even social and cultural ones, can be solved the use of improved technologies. Many commentators and social
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