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Chapter 2: Innovative Neighborhood Oriented Policing: An Evaluation of Community Policing Programs in Eight Cities

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Innovative Neighborhood Oriented Policing: An Evaluation of Community Policing Programs in Eight Cities
Innovative neighborhood oriented policing: An evaluation of community policing programs in eight cities
SusanSadd
RandolphGrinc

Community policing has become an increasingly popular alternative to what many police administrators see as the failure of traditional policing to deal with increases in crime and drug trafficking and deteriorating relationships between the police and the communities they serve. Late in 1990, the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) awarded funds to eight jurisdictions to implement Innovative Neighborhood Oriented Policing (INOP) programs. The purpose of INOP was to provide police departments with funds to implement community policing approaches to drug demand reduction. In June 1991, the Vera Institute of Justice was awarded an 18-month grant from the National Institute of ...

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