#481 - Problem-Oriented Policing Part I: Introductory Concepts

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#481 - Problem-Oriented Policing Part I: Introductory Concepts

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Traditionally, law enforcement agencies have attempted to control crime largely by dealing with individual acts of crime. Advocates of problem-oriented policing urge a broader view of crime control involving the identification of solutions to underlying causes of recurrent crime and disorder problems. This approach is the result of and is properly understood in the context of certain historical developments in law enforcement’s efforts to combat crime that are addressed in this Training Key®.

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