Control and Flexibility in Policing
1)The essence of policing practice emphasizes strict regulation and control of the work of police officers. In contrast, effective policing very frequently requires flexible and adaptive police responses, which allow officers to maximally serve and protect the public as well as to ensure their own safety. Discuss some of the ways that policing policy may be formulated to provide for appropriate levels of control of police function while allowing for officer discretion.
Compare and contrast the effects of strategies known as community policing, crime control policing, and problem-oriented policing in terms of their impact on the concerns of the community, the actual reduction of crime, and providing for public safety.
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