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Future Of Policing

Future of Policing University of Phoenix CJS/210 4/27/2013 The field of police work is constantly being forced to develop and improve its protocols, procedures, and practices in an effort to keep pace with the ever-changing society in which it operates and criminal behavior it seeks to eradicate. While the history of policing has been marked by substantial changes throughout time, the work of modern-day police officers and officials demonstrate some of the most substantial adaptations...

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The Future of Policing

The Future of Policing Christina Johnson CJS/210 September 14, 2014 Ronald Rucker University of Phoenix Policing in the United States has changed dramatically since it was first brought to the thirteen colonies from England. However, some of the issues faced then are being faced in policing today. There are also new trends that are prevalent, and these trends will continue to have lasting effects on the future of policing. Even though new trends improve policing overall,...

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Future of Policing

The future of policing is fairly clear in what direction it is heading. It has been slowly reforming to meet the needs of the people, reduce crime, and make policing more efficient. Some of the reforms that will probably take place in the future include, better educated police officers and police managers, consolidation of police departments to save on money and resources, upgraded technology, race and gender equality, better testing techniques to recruit and promote within the department, and...

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Future of Policing

Future of Policing CJS 210 “The only thing constant is change” (Heraclitus). With technology on a continuous rise and the increasing demographic changes in contemporary America, saying that the future of law enforcement is unpredictable is being very modest. Through the use of computer-aided dispatch (CAD), mobile computing, records management systems and database and information technology police and other law enforcement agencies have become much more efficient. Many other tools have help...

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the future of policing

 The Future of Policing CJA/214 October 7, 2013 Jason Huskey Outline I. Introduction A. The future of policing could dramatically change the way law enforcement operates in today’s society. II. GPS Satellites A. Parolee B. Drug trafficking III. Aerial Surveillance A. Bomb threats B. Undercover operations C. Video surveillance IV. Autonomous Vehicles A. Less traffic B. Save lives V. Conclusion GPS tracking could be implemented into each agency...

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The Future of Community Policing

The Future of Community Policing The Department of Justice defines community policing as a philosophy that “focuses on crime and social disorder through the delivery of police services that includes aspects of traditional law enforcement, as well as prevention, problem-solving, community engagement, and partnerships.” There are three key components to the community policing philosophy. These include: The creation of and reliance on effective partnerships with the community and other public/private-sector...

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 Predictive Policing By Jamia Yant April 13th, 2012 In order to effectively compare and contrast the application of information technology (IT) to optimize police departments’ performance to reduce crime versus random patrols of the streets, we first have to look at exactly what information technology is available to police today. The term predictive policing is the name given to “any policing strategy or tactic that develops and uses information...

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Policing

Policing Policing aroused in the 1800's; over 200 years ago it all started with a man on foot patrolling with no experience or legal weapons in hand to provide security to others. The average officer had little education and no training or experience; that was also not in the best of health. In the 1900's, the average officer had a high school education and was predominantly male. Adhering to a police manual, the officers did not have laws in place for inappropriate conduct. The officers did...

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Policing

Policing CRJ 201, Section 511 Frank Serpico Francesco Vincent Serpico was born on April 14, 1936 in Brooklyn, NY. At the age of 18 Serpico enlisted in the United States army and spent two years in Korea. In 1959 Frank Serpico graduated form the police academy and was sworn into the New York City Police Department. From the =Beginning of Serpico’s career in the NYPD he was forced with having to defend his integrity to the police department. While a rookie taking part in field officer...

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Policing Paper

Running head: POLICING Policing Paper Amber Pickett AJS/502 January 23, 2012 Steven Duplissis Abstract This essay exams the concept of problem-oriented policing and its past, present, and future implications according to Herman Goldstein. This essay will also discuss administrative and operational considerations of problem-oriented policing in relation to functions of patrol, crime investigation, emergency or critical incident response, and future trends. Policing Paper Throughout history...

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