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Evaluation of the Dallas Police Department's Interactive Community Policing Program 1995- 1999, Final Report

By Mindel, Charles

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Executive Summary: The Study. The evaluation described in this report examined the implementation and impact of the Interactive Community Policing (ICP) program of the Dallas Police Department (DPD) from 1995 to 1999. In October 1995, at the request of the Dallas Police Department, and with fimding provided by the National Institute of Justice, the Center for Research, Evaluation, and Technology at the University of Texas at Arlington initiated a longitudinal evaluation of Dallas Police Department's new Interactive Community Policing program. The project aimed to address three fundamental questions.

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Table of Contents Executive Summary ............................................................................................. i Chapter I . History and Chronology of Community Policing in Dallas ............. 1 Review of Related Literature on Community Policing ............................................................. 2 Early Attempts at Community Policing in Dallas. Texas ........................................................ 11 Current Interactive Community Policing Initiative ................................................................. 11 Changes to Initial Implementation Plan .................................................................................. 11 Subsequent ICP Restructuring ................................................................................................ 12 System Wide Training ........................................................................................................... 13 Major Interactive Community Policing Activities .................................................................. 15 Chapter 11- Metltodology Overview ............................................................................................................................... 17 Description of data collection methods ................................................................................... 18 Direct observation of police ................................................................................................... 18 Police Officer Survey ............................................................................................................. 19 a Police Activity Logs .............................................................................................................. 20 Neighborhood Meetings ......................................................................................................... 20 Citizen Telephone Survey ...................................................................................................... 21 Citizen Interviews .................................................................................................................. 22 Chapter III . Citizen Perceptions of Crime and Safety Perceptions of Social Disorder ............................................................................................... 26 Perceptions of Fear and Safety ............................................................................................... 30 Crime victimization ............................................................................................................... 37 Summary ............................................................................................................................... 39

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Title: Evaluation of the Dallas Police Department's Interactive Community Policing Program 1995- 1999, Final Report  
Author: Mindel, Charles
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Language: English
Subject: Law., Law & economy, Litigation and arbitration
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Publisher: Department of Justice
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