1. What are the philosophies that community policing promote?
    Organizational strategies that support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime
  2. Without strong policies and training in place, rooted in an understanding of procedural justice, what can occur
    police interventions can easily devolve into racial profiling, excessive use of force, and other practices that disregard civil rights, causing negative reactions from people living in already challenged communities
  3. What are two key elements of community policing, are vital to protecting residents of these communities from the crime that plagues them.
    mutual trust and cooperation
  4. Who noted that community policing starts on the street corner, with respectful interaction between a police officer and a local resident, a discussion that need not be related to a criminal matter
    Camden County, New Jersey, Police Chief J. Scott Thomson
  5. Which the police department formed with Catholic Charities to help the local immigrant community.
    Eagle County, Colorado’s Law Enforcement Immigrant Advisory Committee
  6. To be most effective, what does community policing also requires
    collaborative partnerships with agencies beyond law enforcement
  7. How does Kevin Bethel, Deputy Commissioner of Patrol Operations in the Philadelphia Police Department describe Philadelphia’s successful Police Diversion Program
    The Philadelphia Department of Human Services, the school district, the District Attorney’s office, Family Court, and other stakeholders significantly reduced the number of arrests of minority youths for minor offenses
  8. What is another key element of community
    policing that is critical to prevention
    Problem solving
  9. Who stated, "We need to teach new recruits that law enforcement is more than just cuffing ‘perps’—it’s understanding why people do what they do.”
    Office of Community Oriented Policing Services Director Ronald L. Davis
  10. Who noted that Community policing must be a way of doing business by an entire police force, not just a specialized unit of that force
    Police Chief J. Scott Thomson of Camden County, New Jersey
  11. Which agency expects every officer to get to know the residents, businesses, community groups, churches, and schools on their beat and work with them to identify and address public safety challenges, including quality of life issues such as blight
    Richmond, California
  12. What has emerged as a model practices for addressing community problems that are not resolvable by the police alone
    Collaborative approaches that engage professionals
  13. What terms are address changing the culture of policing
    • fair and impartial policing
    • rightful policing
    • constitutional policing
    • neighborhood policing
    • procedural justice,
    • implicit bias training
  14. Who are key partners in creating public safety, so communities and police need mechanisms to engage with each other in consistent and meaningful ways
    Members of the community
  15. What agency is formally governed by the Board of Police Commissioners, a five-person civilian body with each member appointed by the mayor.
    The Los Angeles Police Department
  16. What joint responsibilities does the community and police share
    civil dialogue and interaction
  17. Absence of crime is not the final goal of law enforcement but rather?
    • The promotion and protection of public safety
    • while respecting the dignity and rights of all.
  18. Community policing is not just about the relationship between individual officers and individual neighborhood residents but
    the relationship between law enforcement leaders, leaders of key institutions in a community, such as churches, businesses, and schools, supporting the community’s own process to define prevention and reach goals.
  19. What is a much more powerful mechanism for crime control and reduction than formal punishment?
    informal social control
  20. What has emerged as model practices for addressing community problems that are not resolvable by the police alone
    Collaborative approaches that engage professionals from across systems
  21. Over the past few decades, what crime has dropped dramatically across the US
    violent and property crimes
  22. Community policing combines a focus on _____ and _____ through problem solving
    intervention and prevention
  23. Law enforcement should be building collaborative partnerships with?
    • schools
    • social services and
    • other stakeholders
  24. Any prevention strategy that unintentionally violates civil rights, compromises police legitimacy or undermines trust is___
    counterproductive from both ethical and cost-bent perspectives which could have financial/social cost
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