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Community Policing in Lansing, Michigan, Final Report

By Carter, Donald L.

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Title: Community Policing in Lansing, Michigan, Final Report  
Author: Carter, Donald L.
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Language: English
Subject: Law., Law & economy, Litigation and arbitration
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Publisher: Department of Justice

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Carter, D. L. (n.d.). Community Policing in Lansing, Michigan, Final Report. Retrieved from http://community.worldlibrary.org/


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Excerpt: The National Center for Community Policing has long enjoyed a close relationship with the Lansing Police Department, which provided fertile T ground for community policing. Indeed, the late Dr. Robert Trojanowicz, a renowned pioneering figure in the community policing movement, often called Lansing a laboratory for many of his ideas about how community policing could be improved. Trojanowicz was singularly involved in the launching of the first (and still only) Neighborhood Network Center in the city (three more are planned), conceptualized as an opportunity for police and other full-time and part-time service providers to work together as a community-based team of problem solvers who would be housed in one neighborhood facility.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION I: Studying Lansing 1 Introduction The Change in Scope of the Research Research Design and Analysis A Change in the Research Process SECTION 11: A 3eview of 9 Community Policing Defined 10 Theoretical Assumptions Underlying Community Policing 11 The History of American Policing 13 Traditional Police Patrol as an Antecedent of Community Policing 14 Empowering the Community 17 The Shift Towards Community Policing 18 Conclusion 24 The Implementation of Community Policing: Case Studies SECTION Hl: essons Learned From 7 Issues of Split Force 28 The Anti-Crime Argument The Pro-CPO Argument Specialist versus Generalist Community Policing in Lansing Phase One-The CPO Approach 32 The Rationale/Theory of the CPO Position 33

 

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