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Community oriented policing and problem oriented policing initiatives were also common responses with 44 and 37 percent, respectively.
The authors, who are affiliated with the Center for Problem Oriented Policing, also offer suggestions for developing a more rational and effective homeland security policy in the U.
See generally HERMAN GOLDSTEIN, PROBLEM ORIENTED POLICING (1990).
The new policies, known as "Community Problem Oriented Policing," break new ground in policy/community cooperation and communication.
Defining the problem, gathering crime data, and analyzing the nature and scope of the threat represent natural steps in any problem oriented policing approach.
The Police Executive Research Forum offers this text as the first in a publication series that will highlight and document information shared at future annual International Problem Oriented Policing Conferences.