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The Future of Community Policing
The future of community policing
Robert C.Trojanowicz

Community policing is being touted as the cure-all for the problems within and without the criminal justice system. It is not a panacea. There are many obstacles and challenges in order for community policing to become a viable catalyst for changing public policy in the near future.

The future of community policing includes both its past and its present. There is much to be learned from the past: values that were conducive to mutual help and assistance, sustained personal relationships because of common interests, and a vision of achieving the “American dream” through hard work and perseverance.

The theories that form the basis for community policing, Normative Sponsorship Theory and Critical Social Theory, were more easily operationalized ...

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