Discussion Board 3

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Within the Discussion Board area, write 600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas. Discuss the following:

  • Examine the differences between reactive and proactive policing.
  • Summarize the broken windows theory, and explain how it has affected policing.
    • Include your opinion on the credibility of the theory and if it should be implemented nationwide.
  • Research whether or not this policy has been implemented in your city and if it has been successful.
    • If the policy has not been instituted, explain why it should be, and include the best method to begin implementation.
    • APA format for references with 3 being required.

Tutor Answer

Raphael_M54
School: Cornell University

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Running Head: POLICING

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POLICING

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Differences between Reactive and Proactive Policing
Certain issues and events that have occurred in the past few years have seen proactive vs.
reactive policing become frequently debated. There are many differences entailing reactive and
proactive policing with the main one emanating from the type of policing. On one hand, reactive
policing is defined as police responding to requests made by individuals in the community. It can
be simplified as citizens’ call for service where a citizen calls the police and they take
appropriate actions (Fennelly & Perry, 2018). First, the police respond then conduct
investigations to solve any identified problems. On the other hand, proactive policing is when the
police attempt to prevent crimes before they can happen. Therefore, it may involve activities
such as stop and fri...

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