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Chapter 12 Law  enforcement  & police
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Crime control is the occupational mandate of  the police. Strategies Reactive Proactive Goals  Enforcement Prevention 
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Police crime control functions Detection Investigation Arrest 
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Police crime control tactics Routine patrol Three purposes Research on patrol effectiveness Kansas City NYC San Diego Response time Recent changes in patrol
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Changes in crime control Relationship between police and community  deteriorates beginning in ‘60s Research on patrol and investigation  questions traditional approaches New approaches are developed
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  Enforcement Prevention Proactive Team Policing Problem-Oriented  Policing Reactive Traditional Policing Community-Oriented  Policing      
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New approaches-Team Team policing Geographic stability Control is decentralized
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Unformatted text preview: Maximum interaction among officers Maximum communication with community New approaches-POP Problem oriented policing Prevent of reoccurrence of problems Uses systematic problem solving SARA Initiative to involve community agencies New approaches-COP Community-oriented policing Community defines problems Community sets policy on prevention Officers act as partners with community Focused on general improvement of living conditions Correlates of crime control Community Levels of crime vary across communities Types of crime vary across communities Organization Department size affects crime control Department leadership affects approach People Individual officers influence crime emphasis...
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course CJ 102 taught by Professor Bostaph during the Fall '11 term at Boise State.

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