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Marketing Community Policing in the News : A Missed Opportunity

By Hart, Sarah V.

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Title: Marketing Community Policing in the News : A Missed Opportunity  
Author: Hart, Sarah V.
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Language: English
Subject: Law., Law & economy, Litigation and arbitration
Collection: Law Library Collection
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Historic
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Publisher: Department of Justice

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Excerpt: About this Report. The police and the media need each other: The police know that most people form their impression of the justice system through media accounts, while the media often report on crime. Police departments often seek to use the media to involve community members in crime prevention and problem solving. But publicizing community policing strategies is different from producing traditional crime reports. The research described here investigated how the relationship between the police and the media affects coverage of community policing. What the researchers found: Coverage of community policing is favorable, and in general, media access to the police is not a problem. Most police department public information officers (PIOs) and reporters contacted for the study believe police media relations are good. A major barrier to better media handling of community policing is the monopoly of the crime story.

 

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