Chapter 6.2

  1. The percentage of crimes that police believe they have solved through an arrest is called
    clearance rate.
  2. Don't give an accurate picture of measuring a positive police productivity.
    The clearance rate and crime rate do
  3. The extent to which departments create specialized units depends on
    the size of the city and the police force.
  4. Patrol officers account for
    two-thirds of all sworn police officers
  5. Preventive patrol emphasizes
    making police presence known.
  6. Who identifies, apprehends, and collects evidence against lawbreakers.
    The police investigation unit
  7. A major job of the police
    Traffic regulation
  8. One important component of community policing is
    problem solving
  9. is a program that attempts to control crime through the collection of crime statistics and meetings to enforce accountability.
    COMPSTAT
  10. Using a stakeout in victimless crimes is an example of
    a proactive strategy to combat crime.
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Chapter 6.2
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exam 2
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