Unification of Community Policing

지역사회 경찰활동의 통합적 정립

  • 박재풍 (극동대학교 법경찰학부)
  • Received : 2011.10.12
  • Accepted : 2011.10.21
  • Published : 2011.12.28


Today's policing is toward to the Community Policing. Despite its widespread popularity, there exists a lack of common understanding among academics and practitioners alike regarding the scope of the community policing philosophy and of its ability to integrate these complementary ideas within it. These are Problem-oriented policing, broken windows, Compstat, third-party policing, and hot spots. We will present a definition of community policing and demonstrate how these other policing approaches can be incorporated into the overarching community policing philosophy. We will also discuss the potential benefits of taking such a unified approach with the hope of encouraging further integration among policing innovations.


Police;Community Policing;Problem Oriented Policing;Compstat;Third Party Policing;Window Broken;Hot Spot


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