B> This anthology draws together under one cover 22 classic articles that are critical to understanding the historical background and framework of Community Policing, and that are heavily cited in the academic literature. Features a Foreword by George L. Kelling, one of the founders of Community Policing. Focuses on the roots and origins of the Community Policing movement -- with heavy emphasis on the evolving philosophy. Contains articles from the federal document collection -- featuring the insights, discussions, and debates that took place within a joint committee of 31 high-level practitioners and scholars drawn together by the National Institute of Justice and the Kennedy School of Government, Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management, Harvard University.
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