This woman's refrigerator quit working, and she had to talk to Officer--- about whom she should get to fix it (Frequently, p." It is clear sometimes the more you help people the more dependent they become on the help. There is also of the problem of an officer becoming attached to some of the people in his district. His own personal feelings may hinder judgement. An officer may not want to believe that Jimmy is selling drugs, or if he does know he may turn his head the other way. Many citizens have complaints of their own about community policing. There are many people today that simply do not like cops. There are a wide variety of reasons for these anti-law enforcement feelings, but most of them amount to a bad run-in with the law. For these people there is little police officers could do to improve their image. These people do not want the cops around all the time. Frank Schmalleger writes in his textbook, "No matter how inclusive community-policing programs become, it is doubtful that the gap between the police and the public will ever be entirely bridged. The police role of restraining behavior which violates the law will always produce friction between police departments and some segments of the community (Schmalleger, 2001. p. 131). " This can have or don't have anything to do with the crime. . Developments of Community Policing Over The Last 25 Years.
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