CRJ 4.3 Multiple Choice Questions (16)

    A police officer with the primary duty to probe crimes.

  • Problem Analysis Triangle
  • Control Group
  • Investigator
  • Foot Patrol

    Another name for Community Oriented Policing (COP).

  • Foot Patrol
  • Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment
  • Community Policing
  • Stakeholder

A landmark study in policing that demonstrated a lack of effectiveness of traditional preventive patrol, opening the door for innovations in policing.

  • Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment
  • Problem Analysis Triangle
  • Stakeholder
  • Hot Spot

A police patrol method that relies on officers walking a beat rather than riding in automobiles; this method of patrol has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity since the advent of Community-oriented Policing.

  • Foot Patrol
  • Control Group
  • Problem Oriented Policing (POP)
  • Stakeholder

    An individual or a group with an interest or concern in something.

  • Stakeholder
  • Investigator
  • Problem Analysis Triangle
  • Community Policing

    An early use of scientific experiments to inform police practice.

  • Foot Patrol
  • San Diego Field Interrogation Study
  • Community Oriented Policing (COP)
  • Control Group

An officer who directly provides police services to the public, as opposed to staff officers which are primarily police managers.

  • Line Officer
  • Police Union
  • Problem Oriented Policing (POP)
  • Control Group

In a scientific experiment, a group that does not receive the experimental treatment so it can serve as a baseline with which to compare the group that did receive the experimental treatment.

  • Stakeholder
  • Line Officer
  • Automobile Patrol
  • Control Group

An idea that assumes that crime or disorder results when (1) likely offenders and (2) suitable targets come together in (3) time and space, in the absence of capable guardians for that target.

  • Community Oriented Policing (COP)
  • Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment
  • Problem Analysis Triangle
  • Problem Oriented Policing (POP)

    A policing reformer known as the “Father of Problem-oriented Policing.”

  • Hot Spot
  • Herman Goldstein
  • Investigator
  • Problem Analysis Triangle

A method of policing where the community and police work together to analyze community difficulties and developing customized responses to them.

  • Herman Goldstein
  • San Diego Field Interrogation Study
  • Problem Oriented Policing (POP)
  • Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment

A police patrol method utilizing radio technology and the speed of cars to respond rapidly to calls for service.

  • Herman Goldstein
  • Automobile Patrol
  • Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment
  • Line Officer

____________________ is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies that support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime.

  • Police Union
  • Community Oriented Policing (COP)
  • Automobile Patrol
  • Problem Oriented Policing (POP)

Collective bargaining organizations that protect the interests of line officers.

  • Police Union
  • Line Officer
  • San Diego Field Interrogation Study
  • Control Group

An informal public gathering, usually held to address a specific topic.

  • Problem Oriented Policing (POP)
  • Investigator
  • Town Hall Meeting
  • Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment

A geographical area containing a high volume of criminal incidents.

  • Hot Spot
  • Community Policing
  • Problem Oriented Policing (POP)
  • Stakeholder