In an effort to track the amount of crime being committed within a geographical location known as precinct boundaries, the commissioner introduced a system known as Compstat (COMPuter STATistics or COMParative STATistics). This system was used for the purpose for tracking the spikes in specific parts of the city. It put emphasis on aggressive policing, thus reduce the crime rate spike in precise locations.
The New York City Police Department (NYPD) was established in 1845. According to Alberto R. Gonzales, Attorney General in Law En...
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...etings will be held and come to a mutual agreement amongst all members of the precinct and the people who represent the community and lastly, the fourth stage, the implementation phase during which the plans are put into practice is when the meetings will be held and the police officers can discuss and talk to the citizens.
Bermans community based planning approach has proved to work effectively in a study done by the University of Florida. In the book entitled The American Review on Public Administration (1996) by Berman examined the use of community-based shared leadership strategies which focused on the role of local government in four aspects of community-based planning and implementation, the study found that local governments are driving forces for community-based strategies, as are requirements by higher governments and a variety of local events and conditions.
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