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Community Policing: Building Inclusive…

Community Policing: Building Inclusive Communities

by Charles McNeeley

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This text provides a comprehensive analysis of community policing, a modern and effective paradigm of policing that can successfully replace the traditional "professional law enforcement" model of police work. The text begins with an in-depth history of both the traditional model of policing and the alternative of community policing. This text not only details the core components of community policing, but also extensively describes initiatives in eight cities of various sizes throughout the country. The impact that community policing has had on not only neighborhoods but police personnel as well is discussed in detail, as is the phenomenon of the "broken windows" philosophy. Finally, this text details how to implement a community policing strategy, and discusses the future of the community policing movement.

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