CJS 210 Week 8 CheckPoint 1 Police Relationships with Communities and Populations

CJS 210 Week 8 CheckPoint 1 Police Relationships with Communities and Populations

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1. Why is there a need for proper relationships between the police and the community? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this understanding? It is important that police have a good relationship with the community because if the community views them as mean or untrusting then it will cause a lot of problems. Police officers should be viewed as a part of the community themselves. The police and the community can work together in order to make neighborhoods safe for everyone. The more faith the community has in the police, the more helpful they will be and there will be less hostility. Without the community, police will have a very hard time keeping the peace or solving any crimes. 2. Identify at least two different communities outlined in Ch. 9 and describe the relationship of the police to these communities. One community that has had significant problems having a positive relationship with police are minority communities. It doesn't matter the race or ethnicity of a person because it
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course CRIM JUSTI CJS taught by Professor Sanchez during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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