West Orange Case Study

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West Orange is a suburban township that’s located in central Essex County, New Jersey, United States. The district of West Orange is highly involved with the community, the safety of the citizens involved and try to interact with them as in activities too. Many residents/citizens move from different townships into West Orange because it’s considered as a safe environment especially, for good school standards for children. As in, when someone asks, “In what city do you live in?” and your response would be West Orange. In their opinion they would suggest it’s a good community to live in and especially how the Police Department and officers are highly involved within the community. The demographics as stated from the Census Bureau, 2000 demonstrates the population of the different races in the West Orange community. White population alone would be 62.1% (27,907), Black would be 17.1% (7,672), Hispanics 10% (4,514), Asian 8.1% (3,619), two or more races 2.4% (1,060), other races .3% (120), American Indian .08% (38), and lastly, Native Hawaiian/Other/ Pacific Island alone would be .03% (13). Later on, shown from the West Orange NJ demographic data states from the years 2010-2014 the population, was about .18% and has increased during 2014-2019. Also, from household population .16% would be increased in the…show more content…
They suggest that officers that are involved with coffee invitations on the program would help them interact one on one and suggest what’s best by trying to involve within the community. As in approaching during emergencies situations, or emotional situations, and should help give ideas onto how an officer should improve into approaching in the community and making the citizens to feel more secure and are being treated fairly and not like a

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