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Dataset: Longitudinal Evaluation of Chicago's Community Policing Program, 1993-2001
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Updated 20 Aug 2021

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The dataset on this page is a cache of the dataset https://catalog.data.gov/dataset/longitudinal-evaluation-of-chicagos-community-policing-program-1993-2001-18219. It is a snapshot of the dataset as it appeared on 27 Aug 2021 18:43 GMT. The current dataset could have changed in the meantime. Attribution: Contains data retrieved from Data.gov.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the long-term organizational transition of the Chicago Police Department (CPD) to a community policing model. The Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy (CAPS) was an ambitious plan to reorganize the CPD, restructure its management, redefine its mission, and forge a new relationship between police and city residents. This evaluation of the CAPS program included surveys of police officers, residents, and program activists. In addition, observational data were collected from beat meetings, and aggregate business establishment and land-use data were added to describe the police beats and districts.

Dataset:Longitudinal Evaluation of Chicago's Community Policing Program, 1993-2001
Provider:Department of Justice
Created:18/08/2021
Updated:20/08/2021
Licence:License information is derived automatically. Refer to source for license information before using this data.
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Country:United States of America

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