Community Policing CP

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Community Policing

 

Community policing is a policy and a strategy aimed at achieving more effective and efficient crime control, reduced fear of crime, improved quality of life, improved police services and police legitimacy, through a proactive reliance on community resources that seeks to change crime causing conditions. This assumes a need for greater accountability of police, greater public share in decision making, and greater concern for civil rights and liberties (Friedmann, 1992).

 

Articles

 

Community Policing: Some Conceptual and Practical Considerations

Making Community Policing Work

"Super Agency" Is Key to Community Policing

University Perspective: The Policing Profession in 2050

Community Policing: Reinventing the Wheel?

 

Blogs 

11.06.15

The IACP Community Policing Committee 2015 Workshop

07.16.15

International Law Enforcement Partnerships

11.01.14

Leadership and Partnership in Law Enforcement

04.12.14

TOPPS - it is not what you think

03.27.14

Exercise caution with positive press

03.19.14

Mid-Year Meeting Committee Photo

01.11.14

International Community Policing

09.26.13

2013 CP Awards Posted

08.19.13

New article on community policing

01.03.13

Rishon Leziyon Police Station, Israel

12.13.12

Riverside Police Department, California

02.22.12

Flip Cameras to the Atlanta Police Department

12.15.11

Oslo Public Service Summit - 2011

11.27.11

Kill Community Policing?

11.26.11

Public-Private Partnerships

 

Bibliography 

 

Articles & Chapters

 

Books 

 

 

IACP - Community Policing Web Site  

 

The Official Web Site of the IACP Community Policing Awards

 

  Initiatives Page

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