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The successful development and implementation of community policingrequires that the police and communities acknowledge and address thesecriticismsPTS: 1 REF: 57Chapter 5 Problem-Oriented PolicingTRUE/FALSE1.Television portrays the activity of police as primarily conductinginvestigations and arresting criminals; however, in reality this workconsumes only an estimated 10 to 25 percent of an officer’s time.
2.The “problem analysis triangle” consists of three key elements thatinclude: an offender, a victim, and the police response. By studying thistriangle it becomes possible to formulate an effective communitypolicing response.
3.The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have developed a problem-solvingmodel called CAPRA, which stands for Clients, Acquire/analyzeinformation, Partnerships, Response and Assessment.
4.The PARE problem solving process utilizes the “5 W’s (who, what,where, when, and why) during the analysis portion and includes how theinformation was gathered and, the degree of impact that the crime hadupon the victim.
5.Police managers must provide principle-centred leadership to ensurethat an “entrepreneurial” atmosphere exists to encourage officers toexperiment, create and develop their creative capacities to deal withcommunity problems without fear of being punished for unintentionalmistakes and failures.
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.Problem-solving:
2.A problem can be:
3.Problem-oriented policing (POP):
c.is most often used for identifying high-risk offenders.d.has largely been abandoned in Ontario.ANS: B PTS: 14.Herman Goldstein:a.was the first police chief in Ontario to implement problem-oriented policing.b.wrote a book that was critical of problem-oriented policing.c.was the principle architect of problem-oriented policing.d.was the chief proponent of traditional police practice.ANS: C PTS: 1

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