CJUS 610 Quiz 7

CJUS 610 Quiz 7 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The primary focus of the policing approach is the development of skills, procedures, and research techniques necessary to analyze and solve crime and disorder problems.
  2. is the fifth step in the intelligence cycle.
  3. COMPSTAT is based on:
  4. With policing, individual officers have little contact with citizens in the community, unless the latter are victims or perpetrators of crime.
  5. In its narrowest context, policing emphasizes efficient and effective delivery of police services, targeting crime hot spots.
  6. As one of its basic principles, policing requires police and citizens to join as partners in the course of both identifying and developing solutions to the causes of crime and disorder.
  7. The public expects the police to:
  8. In its broadest context, strategic policing utilizes to address crime and
  9. As an aspect of community policing, strategic policing:
  10. intelligence supports decisions and planning related to specific incidents, investigations and operations.
  11. What is COMPSTAT and how can it be used in strategic policing?
  12. Should a single model for policing be favored over other models? Which model is dominant today?

Set 2

  1. As an aspect of community policing, strategic policing:
  2. In its broadest context, strategic policing utilizes ______ to address crime and disorder.
  3. With ______ policing, individual officers have little contact with citizens in the community, unless the latter are victims or perpetrators of crime.
  4. The public expects the police to:
  5. ______ is the fifth step in the intelligence cycle.
  6. COMPSTAT is based on:
  7. In its narrowest context, ______ policing emphasizes efficient and effective delivery of police services, targeting crime hot spots.
  8. As one of its basic principles, ______ policing requires police and citizens to join as partners in the course of both identifying and developing solutions to the causes of crime and disorder.
  9. The primary focus of the ______ policing approach is the development of skills, procedures, and research techniques necessary to analyze and solve crime and disorder problems.
  10. ______ intelligence supports decisions and planning related to specific incidents, investigations and operations.
  11. What is COMPSTAT and how can it be used in strategic policing?
  12. What is intelligence-led policing? How can the intelligence cycle assist with police planning?
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