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Michigan State University
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Cj 335 - Policing
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Outline for the lecture Police Process Lecture 8 Dae Hoon Kwak Michigan State University CJ 335 Summer 2006 6 1 2006 Police Patrol II The Backbone of Policing CJ 335 Summer 2006 Identify major research studies on the effectiveness of patrol Explain how current philosophies of patrol differ traditional approaches Introduce some of alternative ways to improve the traditional patrol 6 1 2006 1 The Call Service Workload 2 Aspects of Patrol Work The Volume of Calls Response Time RT Quick RT will increase the probability of an arrest and public satisfaction but little effect on clearance rate Workload produced by 911 systems varies widely CJ 335 Summer 2006 Types of Calls Handling anything everything 29 1 crime related calls just 3 for violent crimes not crimefighters but peacekeepers or problem solvers Crime Discovery Discovery time Most CFS order maintenance conflict management service especially family problems C F S Reporting time Dispatch Processing time 2m 50sec Travel time 5m 34sec Many situations require the exercise of discretion Hotspots Minneapolis Study 5 people 64 CFS 6 1 2006 CJ 335 Summer 2006 Aspects of Patrol Work cont 6 1 2006 3 CJ 335 Summer 2006 4 Aspects of Patrol Work cont Response Time cont Officer Use of Patrol Time Traditional negative stereotypes Donut shop 75 of all reported crimes are discovery or cold crimes only 25 involve crimes Committed time officer occupied with handling calls Discovery delay time 1 hour for property 30 min for personal crimes of violence Uncommitted time patrol non police related activity stationary police related activities residual time Victims took an average of 4 to 5 5 min to call the police POPN study a P O s beat spend encounters with citizens 20 patrol 20 traveling 15 b CPO spend encounters with citizens 14 patrol 9 Citizen satisfaction with police service is affected by RT e g more than 15 min less satisfied Arrest Major impact on use of time 1 2 hours processing 6 1 2006 CJ 335 Summer 2006 5 6 1 2006 CJ 335



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