Crime, anti-social behaviour, disorder, and confidence
9 Operational policing
- A Future for Policing in England and Wales
- Oxford University Press
This chapter considers the prospects for the new police service's core mission to reduce crime, disorder, and anti-social behaviour, and the extent to which public confidence will support them. It analyses statistics on crime and anti-social behaviour. It describes past incidents of disorder and riots and how these were prevented by the police. This chapter also focuses on the public support for the police and the role of neighbourhood watches in reducing crime.
new police service, crime reduction, disorder, anti-social behaviour, public confidence, crime statistics, riots, neighbourhood watches
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