Community policing is a recent and, to some, controversial approach
to combating crime, particularly in larger urban areas. This book
is a comprehensive examination of the implementation of community
policing in the United States. It examines the influence of the
task and institutional environment on community policing
implementation and investigates the relationships between
organizational structure and community policing. Key contributions
of this work include: providing a theoretical framework for
community policing; identifies internal/external factors that
facilitate and/or impeded implementation; examining organizational
structure and implantation.
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