Chapter 4 Policing: Purpose and Organization Learning Objectives Explain the basic purposes of policing in democratic societies List and describe the three major levels of public law enforcement Identify the three styles of policing Describe community policing
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An area of police activity that recognizes the need for the community and the police to work together effectively and that is based on the notion that the police derive their legitimacy from the community they serve.
The reorganization of conventional patrol strategies into “an integrated and versatile police team assigned to a fixed district.”
A type of policing that retains the traditional police goal of professional crime fighting but enlarges the enforcement target to include nontraditional kinds of criminals.
A type of policing that assumes that many crimes are caused by existing social conditions within the community and that crimes can be controlled by uncovering and effectively addressing underlying social problems.
“A collaborative effort between the police and the community that identifies problems of crime and disorder and involves all elements of the community in the search for solutions to these problems.
A particular set of values, beliefs, and acceptable forms of behavior characteristic of American police with which the police profession strives to imbue new recruits.
The application of social science techniques to the study of police administration for the purpose of increasing effectiveness, reducing the frequency of citizen complaints, and enhancing the efficient use of available resources.
The opportunity of law enforcement officers to exercise choice in their daily activities.