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Community Policing in Canada: An Evaluation for Montreal

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In France and Quebec, they call the model: “Une Police de Proximite.” In Spain and Latin America, the common expression is “Policia de Barrio,” a kind of insurance policy against violence and theft as mentioned in this paper.
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In France and Quebec, they call the model: “Une Police de Proximite.” In Spain and Latin America, the common expression is “Policia de Barrio.” In Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States, the term is usually: “Community Policing.” The acronym in North America is almost a pun: C.O.P./P.O.P. (“Community-Oriented Policing”/“Problem-Oriented Policing”). However, for the public, it is simple: “the police is the police,” a kind of insurance policy against violence and theft.

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Community policing in Canada

TL;DR: In Canada, community policing has replaced professional crime control policing as the dominant ideology and organizational model of progressive policing (Murphy, 1988b), and despite the relative lack of external pressures1 for police reform the country has gradually adopted a shift towards community policing as mentioned in this paper.
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Diagnóstico de seguridad/inseguridad. Un estudio exploratorio en una comunidad urbana

TL;DR: A partir de un estudio exploratorio desarrollado in una comunidad con altos indices de delincuencia in la ciudad de Oporto, el result of una evaluación a partir of a study of 139 sujetos of the same population, of ambos sexos and with edades entre los 15 and los 84 anos as discussed by the authors.
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Community Policing and Problem Solving: Strategies and Practices

TL;DR: In this paper, the evolution of policing and problem-solving in America is discussed. But, the authors focus on the "Devil's Advocate": Addressing Concerns with COPPS.
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Community-Oriented Policing: A Systemic Approach to Policing

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present Community-Oriented policing in both a theoretical and applied sense and discuss how the police and community must begin to change to achieve the benefits of this paradigm in policing.
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Community Policing: The CPOP in New York

TL;DR: In this article, the performance of CPOs Supervision in the CPO Program was evaluated in the context of the patrol structure. But the performance was not evaluated for the role of community leaders.