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Community Oriented Policing

Gives a definition and overview of COP philosophy and efforts.
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Community Oriented Policing COP Community Oriented Policing COP is defined as a philosophy thatpromotes organizational strategies which support the systematic use ofpartnerships and problem solving techniques to proactively address theimmediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime social disorder and fear of crime Department of Justice n d Furthermore COP consists of three key components Community partnerships organizational transformation and problem solving The three key components community partnerships organizationaltransformation problem solving are an essential part of the underlyingphilosophy

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