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Police- Community

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What are the benefits of improved police- community relations for Police Officers? Police more effectively Find jobs safer & easier to do Face less litigation & gain longer careers Treated with greater respect Better morale
What are the benefits of improved police- community relations for community residents? Have more trust & less fear of police Have a safer community Have less tension & conflict Gain greater cooperation from police Gain increased safety for children & seniors Gain quicker resolution to crime
What are the nine principles of policing? Slide 9
What is community policing? The community policing philosophy rests on the belief that law- abiding citizens in the community have a responsibility to participate in the police process.
What is the philosophy of the citizens' police academy? 1. agency size & demographics can sometimes create barriers b/t the police & those they serve 2. community policing is paramount to the effectiveness of crime reduction 3. police image: there are many misconceptions to dispel
What is the trust building model? Greater success, greater flexibility & range of solutions, relationship & partnership building, effective communication, trust
What are nonverbal communication considerations? Facial expression, tone of voice, eye contact, touch, personal space, territoriality, time
Building trust through effective communications: Effective listening: 1. listen to learn & understand, not to challenge or persuade 2. take turns & listen for facts and feelings
What are the six factors? 1. Membership 2. Environment 3. Process and Structure 4. Communications 5. Purpose 6. Resources
Communication: 1. members learn to listen & allow venting 2. open & frequent communication 3. members disclose self interest at first meeting 4. members establish informal & formal means of communication
What is the neighborhood watch program? established in 1970 to bring residents together to interact & become the guardians for the police in their community
Created by: Maitlandcm17
 

 



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