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Applied and approachable! With Miller and Hess's community policing text, you'll learn the basics of today's policing environment, while focusing on the essential elements of success: problem solving, community/police collaboration, and partnerships. The exciting "Ideas in Practice" feature, which spotlights innovative community policing initiatives from around the country, shows you where peoples' hope and determination have created a path toward a better life-and might even prompt you to think of new things you can do to serve your community and make a difference.
Table of Contents
|The Evolution of Community Policing|
|Inside Police Agencies: Understanding Mission and Culture|
|Understanding and Involving the Community|
|Problem Solving: Proactive Policing|
|Implementing Community Policing|
|Getting the Job Done|
|Communicating with a Diverse Population|
|Building Partnerships: A Cornerstone of Community Policing|
|Forming Partnerships with the Media|
|Community Policing in the Field: Coordinated Strategies|
|Early Experiments in Crime Prevention and the Evolution of Community Policing Strategies|
|Safe Neighborhoods and Communities: From Traffic Problems to Crime|
|Community Policing and Drugs|
|Bringing Youths into Community Policing|
|Community Policing and Gangs|
|Understanding and Preventing Violence|
|What Research Tells Us and a Look to the Future|
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