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Introduction Community Orientated Policing is widely held as the new and correct style for American policing For the past decade the community policing movement has been gaining momentum acquiring the support of politicians scholars reformers and the public Police chiefs around the country are now feeling the pressures of implementation from citizens and local government officials Many high ranking professional police organization have placed their seal of approval on the new style of policing including the Police Executive Research forum the Police Foundation the International Association of Chiefs of Police The National Organization Of Black Law Enforcement Executives And the National Sheriffs Association The following US presidents Bill Clinton George Bush And Ronald Reagon have all supported community policing and with the recent passage of the 1994 Crime Act community policing has received the approval and go ahead from the Federal government Maguire p368 Due to the involvement of the federal government many American police departments are reporting that they already have or are attempting to implement a community policing program eventhough a large number of them do not fully understand the implication and obstacles they face with the implementation of the program Most of the agencies are just inquiring due to the funding Most of the police organizations applying for the grants do not fully understand the new style and either intentionally or unintentionally misuse the funds Community orientated policing is a proactive philosophy that promotes solving problems that are either criminal affect the quality of life or increase citizens fear of crime It involves identifying analyzing and addressing community problems at their source Unfortunately many individuals both in and outside of policing see community policing as merely putting officers on foot or bike patrol or by opening mini-stations amongst the community These approaches misrepresent the true potential of community policing and establish simplistic expectations Glensor p14 These simplistic goals unfortunately do not allow for the implementor to ready him or herself to be
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