A discussion on the way in which community policing allows individuals to play an active role in identifying problems in their community and in working together with police officers, with a focus on addressing problems related to Al Qaeda.
# 7240 | 1,215 words | 4 sources | APA | 2002 |
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The following paper outlines a community policing strategy or approach, namely the Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving strategy (COPPS) which focuses on partnerships between the community and police officers. The writer examines how community policing promotes mutual trust and cooperation between citizens and police officers, empowering communities in danger of being overwhelmed by crime, drugs, and the poisonous mix of apathy, despair, and unrest. This paper asserts that if the lines of communication are both active and open, citizens and police officers may work together in order to improve the overall quality of life in a community and to reduce the crime rate while fostering mutual respect and trust.The writer also offers recommendations for effectively combating the threats of the Al Qaeda terrorist group.
From the Paper:"Crime is an issue of paramount social importance, one that directly and indirectly affects each and every member of society. The costs associated with crime are not merely financial. Emotional costs result when a criminal murders or severely injures an individual's family member or close friend, or when an offender is incarcerated, depriving his or her family of the emotional and/or financial support. Public concern has increased over specific aspects of the crime problem in recent years, namely domestic violence, drug-related crime and violence, gang-related crime and violence, juvenile crime, prison reform, and the role of television in producing violence."
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