Discusses the development and implementation of community policing in Singapore. Written for other countries so they may solve their own crime problems faster and more successfully using the Singapore pilot project as a guideline. Provides information on how community policing works (staffing, typical foot patrol activity, accountability). Describes ways in which to implement the plans (initial considerations, launching the project, evaluation, expansion). Contains an entire chapter on what America can learn from Singapore's lessons and success.Many have a large illuminated tropical fish tank donated by the community. ... There are also large schematic diagrams of the most important local community organizations a universally referred to as grassroots organizations a complete with color ... A small shed for bikes and scooters can be reached through a side door.
|Title||:||Model of Community Policing|
|Author||:||David H. Bayley|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1989-07-01|