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A genral term used to describe the unit of a police department that answers calls, delivers service, and prevents crime.
Random routine patrol
Patrolling the streets with little direction
Between responses to radio calls, officers, randomly to prevent and ferret out crime
-A type of patrol in which officers are given specific duties to perform when not answering calls
-based on specific needs and problems within the community.
Utilizing a large number of inform officers than normal in a particular area to deal with particular crime
Uniform tactical operations use this tactic where they stop numerous people and vehicles in an attempt to discover evidence crime
The illusion that the police are everywhere
Time that an officer sends answering calls for service.
Variation in speed and type of police response, based upon an analysis of the urgency and/or importance of the call
-Not all calls are for service to 911 are responded to by police.
Investigation of past crimes.
Officers dress and play the role of potential victims
Or the role of a fellow criminal.
Special weapons and tactical team
Technique using various undercover ethics to apprehend criminals usually involved in burglaries and thefts
Group of heavily armed officers waiting for anticipated crime to occur usually a robbery
High risk pullover
High potential for bodily harm
Greater threat to unlicensed safety
Arrest needs heavy control subjects
Unknown risk pullover
You never know what you're going to get when you pull the vehicle over.
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