Which policing strategy reorganizes conventional patrol strategies into integrated and versitle police teams assigned to a fixed district?
Which police strategy evolved from the reform era of the mid-1900s?
Penn State Police
Which state had the first modern state police agency?
Routine patrol in marked police cars does not appear to affect the level of crime, nor the public's feelings of security
The Kansas City Preventive Experiment established that...
Which federal law enforcement agency would most likely investigate a white-collar offense?
Assists local law enforcement departments in criminal investigations when asks to do so, Operate centralized identification bureau, maintain a centralized criminal records repository, patrol the state's highways, provide select training gor municipal and county officers.
A centralized law enforcement agency is one in which?
do not go out on call
What is typically not a function of the sherriffs department?
What federal Law enforcement agency is responsible for maintainging the uniform crime reporting program?
Most calls to police come after time has passed
Why doesn't police response time result in a significant number of arrests?
What federal agency is responsible for managing the database of DNA profiles?
Close ties between the police and public officials
The political era what characterized by...
Pride in proffessional crime fighting, emphasis on solving "traditional" crimes and making arrests
What are the characteristics of the reform era of americal policing?
Partnership between police and community
Community policing is best characterized by what?
Set of values, beliefs, and acceptable forms of behavior
What is the best way to describe police subculture?
Enforces the letter of the law
The legalistic style of policing is what?
The police subculture forcuses almost exclusively on what?
Unreasonable searches and seizures are prohibited by?
which 1960s US suprem justice