ajs582_week_4_dqs

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Is community policing a liberal or conservative approach? What is the current presidential administration’s stance on community policing? 1. What types of discrimination—based on race and ethnicity, gender, or social class—exist in the present criminal justice system? Provide an example of discrimination based on your experience The Supreme Court of the United States indicates that a police officer must balance the need to do his or her law enforcement job with the dangers to suspects and the public. Is this balancing act too difficult to do successfully?

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AJS582 Week 4 DqsIs community policing a liberal or conservative approach? What is the current presidential administrations stance on community policing?Community policing is a policing approach where police and community members work together to solve crime problems. Community policing is more of a liberal approach to policing. Liberals believe crime is the result of failures in social system to prevent crime. Conservatives are focused on controlling crime by eliminating the threat from society. Conservative favor a more aggressive approach to crime punishment, focusing solely on the criminal and harsh, swift punishment. Liberals support effort to improve society in order to reduce crime. Liberals find crime is the result of rising inequality, growing poverty and racial tensions (Herman, 2013). In order to reduce crime these social problems will first have to be addressed. President Obama supports the community policing approach and is in favor for improving communities in order to ensure crime rate will be lowered. President Obama favors criminal justice approaches designed to repair fractures in society and to ensure that minorities receive equal

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