Information Technology Solutions to Expand and Sustain Community Oriented Policing
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This annotated bibliography examines how law enforcement agencies are deploying technology solutions to expand and sustain community oriented policing. Articles published between 2000 and 2012 are reviewed to identify technologies that can be implemented to positively affect the ability to build community partnerships and solve community problems. Topics include law enforcement staffing trends, community oriented policing practices, and law enforcement technology solutions. The most effective solutions include social media, crime analytic software, and information sharing.
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Oregon Law Review : Vol. 85, No. 1, p. 325-350 : Police Liability Under State Tort Law for Failure to Enforce Protection Orders: The Last Demand for Accountability Lordi, Danielle Lynn (University of Oregon School of Law, 2006)
Ortman, Abbie (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)In the past 150 years, the tactics used by police in the interrogation room have constantly been evolving. This paper will look back on the history of interrogation tactics used by police as well as the court's efforts to ...
Chanay, Jessica; Holmstrom, William; Kato, Ken; University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop (University of Oregon, 2000-06)The Corvallis City Council identified community policing among its priorities in 1990. In 1993, the CPD contracted with the University of Oregon Community Planning Workshop to create a strategic plan to guide the ...