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What are the dangers of policing? How do these dangers affect policing as you look to the future of policing?
Policing is depicted as a way of crime control, ?Policing refers to organised forms of order maintenance, peace keeping, rule or law enforcement, crime investigation, [ and other forms of investigations and information brokering? Other maning is it the governmental department charged with the regulation and control of the affairs of a community, now chiefly the department established to maintain
order, enforce the law, and prevent and detect crime. ]
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User: What are the dangers of policing? How do these dangers affect policing as you look to the future of policing?

Weegy: Policing is depicted as a way of crime control, ?Policing refers to organised forms of order maintenance, peace keeping, rule or law enforcement, crime investigation, [ and other forms of investigations and information brokering? Other maning is it the governmental department charged with the regulation and control of the affairs of a community, now chiefly the department established to maintain order, enforce the law, and prevent and detect crime. ]
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User: How do these dangers affect policing as you look to the future of policing?

Weegy: Crime prevention became the focus of police-community relations; a number of methods were employed. [ Target hardening, CPTED, community crime prevention, and situational crime prevention were methods used to help build a more crime-free society and to build rapport with the citizens. Team policing was attempted in a number of cities across the country. Team policing called for decentralization and increased community participation. The teams were to function as a unit with decisions being made within the team. They were also to maintain close relationships with the members of the community. One reason for the downfall of the team-policing concept was that middle management felt threatened by the decentralization of decision-making. In the 1980s, foot patrol was making a comeback in the policing ranks. Citizens were becoming more involved in various aspects of policing. Community policing became the result of this broader approach to policing. Community policing called for more citizen input, a widening of the police function, and more personalized service to the citizens. The police were assigned to the same areas for extended periods of time, allowing for positive interaction between the police and the community members. Partnerships were being formed. Rather than just responding to calls for assistance, the police, along with the community members, were looking for ways to solve the problems of the area. Today community policing is utilized by many departments across the country in one form or another. This diversity in programs makes the evaluation of community policing difficult. Federal and state budgets have allocated funds to police departments to help them continue community-policing efforts. to knoiw more about it log on to this site: ]
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User: How can the safety of police be improved in the future?

Weegy: Police leadership needs urgently to start focusing on improving the strategic, management and internal accountability capacity that will support professional policing. The success of this will be seen in two crucial ways. [ First, police members will be better able to confront dangerous criminals and defend themselves and others using lethal force. They will have the necessary skills and confidence to handle the complexities they confront in their daily engagement with the public and while enforcing the law against dangerous criminals. ]
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Weegy: Policing is depicted as a way of crime control, ?Policing refers to organised forms of order maintenance, peace keeping, rule or law enforcement, crime investigation, [ and other forms of investigations and information brokering? Other maning is it the governmental department charged with the regulation and control of the affairs of a community, now chiefly the department established to maintain order, enforce the law, and prevent and detect crime. ] User: How do these dangers affect policing as you look to the future of policing? Weegy: Crime prevention became the focus of police-community relations; a number of methods were employed. [ Target hardening, CPTED, community crime prevention, and situational crime prevention were methods used to help build a more crime-free society and to build rapport with the citizens. Team policing was attempted in a number of cities across the country. Team policing called for decentralization and increased community participation. The teams were to function as a unit with decisions being made within the team. They were also to maintain close relationships with the members of the community. One reason for the downfall of the team-policing concept was that middle management felt threatened by the decentralization of decision-making. In the 1980s, foot patrol was making a comeback in the policing ranks. Citizens were becoming more involved in various aspects of policing. Community policing became the result of this broader approach to policing. Community policing called for more citizen input, a widening of the police function, and more personalized service to the citizens. The police were assigned to the same areas for extended periods of time, allowing for positive interaction between the police and the community members. Partnerships were being formed. Rather than just responding to calls for assistance, the police, along with the community members, were looking for ways to solve the problems of the area. Today ... (More)
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