Discussion 2: law enforcement: federal, state, local and data driven

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapter 5, Law Enforcement Operations and Legal Limitations in the Wright (2012) (PROVIDED IN ATTACHMENTS) text. Review the following REQUIRED resources, Police Practice: Incorporating Hot-Spots Policing into Your Daily Patrol Plan (Hoelzer and Gorman, 2011), FBI: Uniform Crime Reporting (Links to an external site.), https://www.fbi.gov/services/cjis/ucr and the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (Links to an external site.).https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/web/pages/NACJD/index.html 

Law enforcement agencies exist on federal, state, and local levels. Address the following questions in your discussion post:

  • What is jurisdiction? Describe the difference between federal and local police jurisdiction.
  • Define evidence-based

 PICK the SECTION that you are MOST interested in and complete your response. Please indicate which section your are responding to and ensure you meet the required length and content requirements. 

  • Section 1. Federal Policing: New York and Microsoft Corporation. Describe the history of federal policing in the United States. Provide examples of federal policing agencies. How are federal policing agencies used to enforce the law? Explain the partnership between New York City and Microsoft Corporation to develop the Domain Awareness System (DAS). Will systems like DAS be able to reduce crime? If so, how?
  • Section 2. Federal Policing: The Minneapolis Preventative Patrol Study. Describe the history of federal policing in the United States. Provide examples of federal policing agencies. How are federal policing agencies used to enforce the law? Research and explain the Minneapolis Preventative Patrol Study. Will programs like the Minneapolis Preventative Patrol program be able to reduce crime? If so, how?
  • Section 3. State Policing: The Hot Spots Policing Program. Describe the history of state policing in the United States. Provide examples of state policing. How is state policing used to enforce the law? Research and explain the Hot Spots Policing program in Lowell, Massachusetts. Will programs like Hot Spots be able to reduce crime? If so, how?
  • Section 4. Local Policing: The Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence (CIRV) Describe the difference between township (village) police, city police, and county police (sheriff’s office). Are their jurisdictions always distinct? How is local policing used to enforce the law? Research and explain the Cincinnati Violence Reduction project. Will programs like the Cincinnati Violence Reduction project be able to reduce crime? If so, how?
  • Section 5. State Policing: Operation Ceasefire. Describe the history of state policing in the United States. Provide examples of state policing. How is state policing used to enforce the law? Research and explain the Operation Ceasefire in Boston. Will programs like Operation Ceasefire be able to reduce crime? If so, how?
  • Section 6. Local Policing: Operation Cul-de-Sac. Describe the difference between township (village) police, city police, and county police (sheriff’s office). Are their jurisdictions always distinct? How is local policing used to enforce the law? Research and explain Operation Cul-de-Sac in Los Angeles. Will programs like Operation Cul-de-Sac be able to reduce crime? If so, how?

Guided Response: Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from the required material(s) and/or other scholarly or credible resources, and properly cite any references. 

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