Chapter_12.pdf CCJ 415 - 001
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Chapter 12 - KEYWORDS business Organizations typically composed of area business owners and property owners who improvement voluntarily come together and agree to impose special tax assessments on themselves districts CAPS Chicago alternative police strategy- program that includes assigning officers to permanent neighborhood beats, he involvement of residents in the identification of problems and potential solutions, and reliance on other agencies to address identified issues civil abatement The use of civil codes to attack crime problems; most notable is the involvement of landlords, citizens, health departments, zoning boards, and city/county attorneys in addressing drug problems community A new philosophy of policing rather than a clearly definable method; generally policing includes community involvement, problem solving, community base, and redefined goals for the police Operation Partnership in Boston to address gun violence, particularly among juveniles and gang Ceasefire members order Police functions that do not deal with an immediate criminal action maintenance problem solving Deals with crime by identifying the underlying causes and contributors to crime and seeking out solutions to those problems Project Safe That focuses primarily on reducing firearms violence through partnerships, strategic Neighborhoods plans, training, outreach, and accountability pulling levers Strict enforcement policy for all groups and individuals involved directly or indirectly in a crime problem SACSI Strategic approaches to community safety initiative- attempts to build a partnership consisting mainly of other criminal justice agencies to attack crime problems SARA Scanning, analysis, response, and assessment Weed and Seed A federally sponsored project initiated in 1991 to revitalize communities through “wedding” out existing problems and “seeding” areas with programs and initiatives that inhibit the return of the problems
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