Community Oriented Policing and Problem Oriented Policing

It should be noted that in the late 1970’s, researchers, police and politicians have become interested in improving the efficiency of the police. Research during this period has had limitations random patrol, rapid response and further criminal investigations-practices that were the basis of police for many years. These results have laid the groundwork for the emergence of problem-oriented policing. All in all, Problem Oriented Policing is aimed at solving problems, at making changes and implementing new approaches in order to be more successful in preventive measures and challenges in future.

 

References

Community Oriented Policing (2011). Retrieved May 24, 2011 from http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/default.asp?item=36

Community Oriented Policing (2011). Retrieved May 24, 2011 from

http://www.jerseyvillage.info/pd/community_oriented_policing.html

Problem Oriented Policing (2011). Retrieved May 24, 2011 from http://www.popcenter.org/