(CJ415) Week 5 Assignment: Community Policing

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(CJ415) Week 5 Assignment: Community Policing Over the course of the last decades, our country and cities alike have seen a great deal of increases in criminal activities; also during this same time we have seen several amendments being made to the criminal justice system and the prison systems that can logically be debated as to their profitability and successes being equal. One can commonsensically assimilate that the changes being made, though they were applied with the best of intentions, is nothing short but a
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failure in respect to lowering recidivism rates and crime rates amongst our communities. As a result of such crime rates, perhaps a new application of an old approach is in order. “During ancient times, the family, tribe, or clan assumed the responsibility of protecting its members” (Palmiotto, 2011, p.165). This approach, though simplistic and antiqued compared to the times we are currently in, is a simple process of policing where the people are the police of their own communities; in short, community policing. During these times and applications of
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