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Policing in America has its roots in ?
whose goal was to bring professionalism to the police?
The National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement was also known as?
What does the acronym LEAA mean?
The Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
What type of policing was "The development of community" ?
what type of policing is the patrol system ?
Stephen F. Austin employed a militia group to protect the settlers from Indian and bandit raids. This group later became known as the?
The watch/ward system of police did not evolve in Texas because ?
its large territory and absence of large cities/urban areas.
Who are Elected County Law Enforcement?
What are the three types of Municipal Law Enforcement
Police Force of a Type A General-law Municipality
Police Force of a Type C General-law Municipality
Police Force of Home-Rule Municipality
Who is the statutory authority for the Commission to establish rules that law enforcement agencies and officers must follow.
The Occupations Code
The coordinator is required by rule 215.9 to distribute copies of what to all students admitted to a licensing course?
the current Commission Rules
what topics does the Occupations code coordinator , need to ensure all students admitted to a licensing course need to review?
Law Enforcement Achievement Awards (211.33), Proficiency Certificate Requirements (221.1), License Action and Notification (223.1), Answer Required (223.3), Suspension of a License (223.15), Revocation of a License (223.19), and Reinstatement of a License (223.17).
what is the Reactive response of a traditional police model?
When most of the workload of patrol officers and detectives consists of handling crimes that have already been committed
what does the Incident driven response of a traditional police model rely on?
This relies on limited information, mostly from victims, witnesses, and suspects.
The primary means of resolving incidents is to involve the?
criminal justice process
Which part of the police model uses specialized units?
The traditional model
Definition of Community Policing ?
police officers and private citizens working together in creative ways can help solve contemporary community problems related to crime, fear of crime, social and physical disorder, and neighborhood decay
Can a Officer make a referral to a private attorney or bail bondsman?
Who directly files criminal cases or applies for family protective orders.
District or County Attorney
Texas Department of Health and Human Services can provide special services for what?
Emergency Financial Assistance
What is the importance of involving the community in all policing activities that directly affect the quality of community life?
Reducing fear, establishing trust, Exchanging information, resolving community problems, Clarifying responsibilities, Helping define service needs.
Community policing officers are pro-active and?
What is the purpose of a police organization
To fight crime
To serve and protect
To promote the public safety
The peace officer works for and services the citizen of the community in which he is ?
The peace officer is responsible to the citizens of the community through the ?
chain of command in the organization.
What are some Subculture social problems with Law Enforcment ?
Commitment to community values and needs becomes secondary
Cynicism and alienation
Dirty Harry problem
The CPO's broad role demands continuous, sustained contact with who?
the law-abiding people in the community
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