Neighborhood Problem and Solution

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IntroductionCommunity policing is the latest approach to the philosophy or the police. Considerable resources are devoted to development and implementation. For example since the enactment of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement in 1994, over $ 3.3 billion have been allocated directly to nearly 9,000 police departments to hire 61,000 new agents dedicated to the community. Additional $ 1.5 million was spent on community policing projects. Unlike traditional or else "professional" that the police purposeful on the response to service calls as well as is widely observed as not, the community policing engages the proactive avoidance of crime through a visible police presence in areas, efforts to solve the production problems of crime, the right to arrest offenders, law enforcement and dispute settlement. More importantly, for the purposes of this study, the police are supposed to be based on shared responsibility for community safety and security. Law enforcement and other stakeholders in the community are partners or co-producers in the establishment and maintenance of peace neighborhoods.

As indicated above, this association requires at least a modicum of agreement on what problems and solutions are possible (Sadd, 203-261).

A community of social problems and their solutionsTo date, the evidence of police of the projects suggests that the consensus within and between stakeholder groups need to work the police should not be assumed or considered easy to achieve. For example, in a project of community policing in Seattle, residents of the community and a forum for the board who did not agree on the physical problems are more important. The captain of the walls of the highest priority has been abandoned cars used for drug trafficking, people are more concerned about the overall appearance of the neighborhood. Officers assigned to the area complained they had little influence on the identification of...