Community policing is a new lawenforcement philosophy introduced and implemented nearly twenty years ago in the United States. The community policing concept has experienced some level of success but has experienced barriers against full acceptance by the entire lawenforcement community and the community itself. Do you agree w
Describe the current presidential stance on community policing. What does the advent of homeland security mean for the future of community policing? What role does local lawenforcement play in building community rapport and gathering relevant Intel for the DHS?
Provide an overview of the resources available to lawenforcement officers in your area to help juvenile offenders.
List the names and contact information of various community programs for juveniles, government resources for juveniles, and juvenile justice officers in your area.
Described how and under what situations these r
I am suppose to review the article The Small-Town Police Department and articulate its point of view regarding small-town policing. I guess my problem is what does it mean to articulate its point of view and how do I start? Have reread the article several times and still have no clue of where to begin. If you can please guide me
Expectations of lawenforcement are often very high among the community they protect and serve. One way in which these communities evaluate how well their doing is through data collected during research.
Discuss the common belief among researchers of the expectations of lawenforcement agencies. Additionally, discuss whether
LawEnforcement: Patrol, Rapid Response, and Investigation
The three primary tactics that police employ to enforce the law are patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Define patrol, rapid response, and investigation. Which tactic is the most successful at maximizing arrests and reducing crime? Explain your answer. 100 wor
Many people feel that once an individual is placed under arrest that lawenforcement is required to advise that individual of their Miranda rights. Based on the U.S. Supreme Court guidelines, Miranda is only required when both custody and interrogation are present. Do you feel that an individual should be Mirandized at the point