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The Space Community Policing Makes and the Body That Makes It

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This paper examines the ways that community policing organizes urban space in order to increase the police's ability to observe and to enforce. The logic of that organization, I argue, rests in the particular way that police are integrating civilians into police practice as part of community policing's police-community partnership, a partnership that is characterized by the concrete metaphor of a policing body. This paper presents the results of twenty months of field research with the Boston Police Department whose community policing program, Neighborhood Policing, is being hailed as a national model.
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Keywords: Police; community; community policing; policing body

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of Southern California

Publication date: 1999-02-01

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