Policing In The 21st Century

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questioning can be explored to see any link to a trend or similar answer in a similar or different information in the database and question and answer of who, what, why, when and how employed to eliminate or further enquire. Take for instance, the email addresses collated can be linked to an email address featured is a human trafficking investigation, this leads to other trails that may or may not be significant Community justice concerns an aspect of partnership in policing. The concept of community must be expanded to accommodate both the digital society and the physical society. The community as traditionally conceived is playing a bigger role in policing in the 21st century but the concept of a digital society in cyber policing is profitably…show more content…
London private sector cameras are retained for 30 days and provided freely to the police in crime investigation. With over 40,000 closed-circuit cameras on its public streets, a similar digital model can be implemented by ISPs and signposted to the police. Peace keeping is the end product of all policing activity but distinctly situating policing in the 21st century in a ‘peace keeping’ role involves the role of the police officer in settling minor dispute directly or indirectly. Directly when called up to settle disagreements or public nuisance incidents and indirectly by the mere presence of the police in street…show more content…
Risk management is defined as a set of strategic and operational activity that maximizes the value of services or assets of a company by reducing the cost associated with cash flow volatility. For policing it is the anticipation of risk to public safety and influencing decision makers in crime prevention through the identification of criminal patterns (Ratcliffe 2008). Risk management anticipates, assesses, evaluate, control, manage and monitor all risks and their dependencies for public safety. The use of intelligence led policing models as a tool sits central to the risk assessment required in online policing. As mentioned elsewhere, cyber policing should be able to identify patterns in cyberspaces in order to proactively fight cyberspaces. This infers that proactivity requires that the criminal action has a component of predictability about it but cyberspace is continuously evolving and complicated. The challenges for policing lies in moving at the same pace or ahead of the changes in technology and technology related crime. "Risk management must guide our decision-making as we examine how we can best organize to prevent, respond, and recover from an attack . . . . Our strategy is, in essence, to manage risk in terms of these three variables – threat, vulnerability, consequence. We seek to prioritize according to these variables, to fashion a series of preventive and protective

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