Community Oriented Police
Community Oriented Policing
Community Oriented Policing Services
Community Oriented Interactions with Law Enforcement
Sir Robert Peel
Safety, Ethics, Community, Understanding, Response, Evaluation
Security, Ethics, Community, Understanding, Relations, Evaluating
Securing, Evaluating, Contacting, Understanding, Relating, Evaluation
Safety, Ethics, Community, Understanding, Respect, Empathy
Concealment provides a bulletproof barrier, while cover does not
Cover provides a sight barrier, whereas concealment provides a protective barrier
Cover provides a bulletproof barrier, while concealment provides a sight barrier
Cover and concealment can (and is often) used interchangeably.
Officer safety compromise
Stress-induced Attention Deficit Disorder (SADD)
PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder)
Work-related stress coping
In his/her vehicle
By combining vehicle patrol with foot patrol
By initiating a "reactive" patrol procedure.
Always engage active visual warnings (lights)
Choose the most direct route
Choose the quickest route
Always engage both active visual and auditory warnings (lights, siren, PA System, etc...)
Quickly put the patrol vehicle in reverse and back up
Pull the vehicle over to the side of the road and walk to the scene
Drive around the corner, park, and then walk up to the scene
Call a backup officer to drive past the scene as well.
Notify dispatch of the object
Sketch the object
Tell his backup officer what he sees
Move to another location
Here's an interesting quiz for you.