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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Is there a solution for improving police discretion?
Weegy: Deciding on what to do or not to do during a situation is a real tough job. You need to consider a lot of things in order to make it right. It is possible to do a lawful thing that is stupid, and that is why officers have discretion in many cases. [ While it can be misused, discretion is there to prevent them from stupidly enforcing the letter of the law. Maybe the best thing to do is be calm and reasonable in everything you do. ] (More)
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imagine you want to cover your backyard with decorative rocks and trees; you need 30 tons of rock to cover the area. If each ton costs \$60 and each tree is \$84, what is the maximum number of trees you can buy with a budget of \$2,500? Write an inequality that shows the problem and solve.
Weegy: 1 ton rock = \$60 30 tons cost \$1800 .. Letnumber of trees be x so cost of trees = 80x .. 1800+80x < 2500 80x<700 x< 8.33 SO 8 trees can be bought in the budgeted amount (More)
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imagine you want to cover your backyard with decorative rocks and trees; you need 30 tons of rock to cover the area. If each ton costs \$60 and each tree is \$84, what is the maximum number of trees you can buy with a budget of \$2,500? Write an inequality that shows the problem and solve. Would 5 trees be a solution to the inequality? Justify the answer
Weegy: Let number of tons be x and number of trees be y. The inequality becomes 60x+84y<=2500. Since, need 30 tons of rock to cover this area, \$1800 will be spent and \$700 will be left with us. We can purchase 700/84=8.33 trees. Hence, 5 is not the answer. [ The correct answer is 8. ] (More)
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Y=-2/3x-12
Weegy: Well, you can't put the flamingo on the line. So, for part b, you have to make sure that the point they give you is NOT on the line. [ To do this, plug in the point to the equation. y = -2/3x - 12, (-4,-10) -10 = -(2/3)(-4) - 12 -10 = -28/3 This isn't a true statement, so the point isn't on the line. So you can place the ornament at that point. Slope-intercept form of a line is y = mx + b Where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept. Compare this to the equation you were given. y = mx + b y = -2/3x - 12 So in this case, m = (-2/3) and b = (-12). So, the slope is -2/3 and the y-intercept is (0, -12). ] (More)
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