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Mending Broken Fences Policing: An Alternative Model for Policy Management

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Mending Broken Fences Policing: An Alternative Model for Policy Management by BPHE LLM MBA GEMBA Anil Anand

Police services across the globe are increasingly perceived as heavy handed, racist, and unnecessarily violent. As a result, large, sometimes even national demonstrations have been waged against police policy and strategy. Mending Broken Fences Policing provides a discussion on contemporary policing, the role of policing in modern society, and its relationship to the diverse communities represented in a postmodern world. Mending Broken Fences Policing provides a model, based on social cohesion and police intervention, intelligence-led and community policing (IP-CP); which, supplemented by a quality/quantity/crime (QQC) framework provide a four-step process for viewing policing services from a vantage point beyond Broken Windows and StatCom. Join the author in seeking solutions as he provides alternatives to outdated methods with Mending Broken Fences Policing.

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Size: 2.1 MB
Publisher: Lulu Publishing Services
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781483445038 (DRM-EPUB)

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