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The Community Policing Learning Portal (CPLP), its a simple to use, interactive online community policing courses and assets, the CPLP gives free police training and apparatuses to law enforcement, community members, COPS grantees and public policing educators (USDJ, n.d.). Budget $1.6 million Timeline This project will take between three to seven years, Michigan State Police will execute critical strategies to rebuild the ALPACT organization, increasing working efficiencies, and proceed with strategic planning procedure to involved police department representatives and community members in the hierarchical changes required to help ALPACT and other community officers sent throughout the city of Detroit.
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4 Annotated Bibliography Eck, J. E., & Spelman, W. (1987). Problem-solving: Problem-oriented policing in Newport news . Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice. This document describes The Newport News Police Department, a measured direct office, was chosen by the National Institute of Justice to fill in as a pilot trial of issue problem- oriented policing (POP). A departmental team outlined a four-organize problem-solving process which included all employees from the office in POP. This document contributes to the creative brief in that it provides an examination and guide utilized by officers to create responses intended to deliver quantifiable results. Goldstein, H. (1979). Improving Policing: A Problem-Oriented Approach. Crime & Delinquency , 25 (2), 236-258. doi:10.1177/001112877902500207 The police have been unusually powerless to the "means over ends" disorder, putting more accentuation in their change endeavors on association and working strategies than on the substantive result of their work (Goldstein, 1979). In other words, this condition of the means justifies the ends has been nourished by the expert inside the police field, with its fixation on the staffing, administration, and association of police organizations. Goldstein contribution to this creative brief by providing information consisting POP as a systemic process. Considering how
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