2. Kansas City Experiments - This term is defined by the textbook as "The first large-scale scientific study of law enforcement practices. Sponsored by the Police Foundation, it focused on the practice of preventive patrol" (Schmalleger 143). It is known as the most famous application of social research principles to police management was published in 1974. In the study, the southern part of Kansas city was divided into 15 areas. Five of the areas or "beats" were patrolled in the usua...
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...sing, education, and training required for persons, firms, associations and corporations engaged in private protective services within North Carolina. While public police are employed by the government and force public laws, private security personnel work for corporate employers and secure private interests. Private protective services usually regulate Armed and Unarmed Security Guards Guard Certified Trainers, Contract Security Companies and Proprietary Security Organizations (PSO 's) in compliance with duties allocated by statute, including license and registration determination, and disciplinary actions which results from complaints against licensees. The impact of the private protective services is the increased level of integrity, competency, and performance of Private Protective Service Professions in order to safeguard the public health, safety, and welfare.
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