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NCJ Number: 195873 Find in a Library
Title: Community Policing in Denmark--2: Community Police and Problem-Oriented Policing (From Kriminalistisk Arbog 2000, P 123-130, 2001, Gitte Hoyer, Lene Ravn, Annika Snare, eds.)
Author(s): Charlotte Mathiesen
Date Published: 2001
Page Count: 8
Sponsoring Agency: University of Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
Sale Source: University of Copenhagen
Faculty of Law
Copenhagen,
Denmark
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Format: Book (Softbound)
Language: Danish
Country: Denmark
Annotation: Focusing on international attempts to implement problem-oriented policing, this article addresses the difficulties and challenges of such an approach, highlighting Danish policing experiences.
Abstract: In this article, the author reviews the challenges and difficulties of international experiences with implementing problem-oriented policing (POP). Discussing side effects of such policing techniques, including displacement of crime and diffusion of prevention benefits, the article discusses how the concept of POP involves the extensive observation of and addressing of underlying community problems. Emphasizing that POP programs need close monitoring by police management, the author argues that POP is a time consuming endeavor that requires intensive community involvement in order to address and resolve crime issues within communities. Presenting experiments with POP and community policing (COP), this article discusses some “specifically-directed efforts” employed by Danish communities.
Main Term(s): Community policing; Problem-Oriented Policing
Index Term(s): Criminal justice program evaluation; Denmark; Police community relations; Police management
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