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what is reactive patrol?
Some police anticrime strategies are proactive , in the sense that the police themselves initiate them. This refl ects the police department's own sense of priorities. Most drug enforcement, for example, is proactive. [ Other strategies are reactive , in the sense that they occur in response to a citizen request for service. Citizen calls to report crimes involve a reactive police
response. Police learn about crimes through (1) citizen reports, (2) police offi cer on-view observations, and (3) police-initiated investigations. The fi rst two are reactive responses; the third is a proactive response. Read more: ]
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