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NCJ Number: 168837 Find in a Library
Title: Community Policing - Vintage 1976
Journal: Gazette  Volume:59  Issue:7 & 8  Dated:July/August 1997  Pages:2-4
Author(s): L Babin
Date Published: 1997
Page Count: 3
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Canada
Annotation: This article traces the origin of community policing in Canada back to the formation of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and offers personal perspectives on the effectiveness of community policing.
Abstract: The author recounts his experiences with community policing as a law enforcement official. He notes some of his best memories of policing involved extensive dealings with community residents, particularly in the community of Rogersville, New Brunswick. He became involved in scouting and years later organized a reunion in Rogersville to share memories of earlier experiences. The author believes his 3 years of service in Rogersville made a difference among the young people, and he derived a great deal of professional satisfaction from the time he spent in that community. 5 photographs
Main Term(s): Foreign police
Index Term(s): Canada; Community policing; Police community relations; Police effectiveness; Police work attitudes
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