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Proactive Tactics CJS/210 5/13/2011 Sheena N. Long
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The three proactive tactics that are going to indented are: Repeat Offenders Programs also known as (ROPs), decoy operations, efforts against drunk drivers. Police used the Repeat Offenders Program in many ways .Recognizing repeat offenders by his or her criminal history is one way. After establishing the offender’s criminal history officers will decide how they want to purse the criminal, either by using a surveillance technique such as following the suspect, wait to either catch the individual in the act of committing a crime or wait until the crime has been committed and make a formal arrest. The second step is for officers to contact a detective trained in handling career criminals and their attitudes. Detectives will be briefed on the case and the offender’s criminal history. Detectives will decide if the case should be continued or stopped. If detectives decide to pursue the case then they will work side by side with the police department. The next way officers use proactive tactics is called Decoy Operations. Decoy operations can
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2011 for the course CRJ 210 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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