Community policing or neighbourhood policing is a policing strategy and philosophy based on the notion that community interaction and support can help control crime, with community members helping to identify suspects, detain vandals and bring problems to the attention of police.


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Neighbourhood Policing

Neighbourhood Policing
What is neighbourhood policing?

Neighbourhood policing is a key - and permanent - element of reforms to make the police service more citizen focused. We are building a more responsive, locally accountable and citizen-focused police service through a programme to transform policing at a local level to meet the needs of communities.
What the public can expect to see from local neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood policing teams are involved in proactive or preventative work to tackle low level crime and anti social behaviour that may be a persistent issue or concern in the local community.

-communities can now expect to see increased numbers of PCSOs ( police community support officers ) patrolling their streets, addressing anti-social behaviour issues and building relationships with local people

-communities should also have information about how their local force will be policing the local community, and have a point of contact for their neighbourhood team

-local people will have the opportunity to tell the police about the issues which are causing them concern and help shape the response to those issues.


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