Contrast a theory from a personal belief. What are the practical uses for a theory, and what are the practical uses for beliefs? Which is more likely to represent a bias, a theory or a belief? Explain.
Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving is a theory
that explains the importance of police and community relationships as a
derivative to understanding the underlying causes of locality crimes. The
practical use for this theory is to ensure community and law enforcement
partnerships as the formidable tool in addressing surrounding localities
criminal activities. Theories are normally generated by law enforcement
practitioners through historical and theoretical concepts, thus, factual in
nature. As to where bias is normally conceived through the use of personal
beliefs that are perspective in nature, thus, producing the fallacies of biased
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