AUTHORS: Miller, Linda S. - ©2002
By focusing on the dual themes of community/police collaboration and problem-oriented policing, this text focuses on police involvement and interaction with the communities they serve. It explores the practical strategies of community policing as well as the philosophy behind the community policing movement. The text gives a historical perspective to community policing, examines it as a philosophy, and introduces the skills criminal justice professionals need to implement an effective community policing program.
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