THE IMPORTANCE OF SOLO PATROL IN POLICING A LIBERAL SOCIETY: A RESPONSE TO JOHN BLUNDELL
Economic Affairs, 2008, vol. 28, issue 4, 53-56
Police deployment strategies have a direct bearing on the general relationship with the public. In this article, the author reviews the research and argues that not only is routine deployment of officers in pairs wasteful of finite resources, it can lead to increased alienation from the public.
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