#482 - Problem-Oriented Policing Part II: The Process

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#482 - Problem-Oriented Policing Part II: The Process

Training Key

Problem-oriented policing involves a systematic process of identifying, analyzing, and responding to crime and disorder that breed serious crime. The prior Training Key® examined the conceptual basis upon which problem solving is based. The present Key® explores the process that officers and agencies can use to employ problem solving to address a variety of problems including those involving crime.

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