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Targeting firearms violence through directed police patrol

by Edmund F. McGarrell

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Published by Hudson Institute in Indianapolis .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indiana,
  • Indianapolis,
  • Indianapolis.
    • Subjects:
    • Violent crimes -- Indiana -- Indianapolis -- Prevention.,
    • Firearms and crime -- Indiana -- Indianapolis.,
    • Gun control -- Indiana -- Indianapolis.,
    • Police patrol -- Indiana -- Indianapolis.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [31]-33).

      StatementEdmund F. McGarrell, Steven Chermak, and Alexander Weiss.
      ContributionsChermak, Steven M., Weiss, Alexander, 1950-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV7438.I65 M34 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 33 p. :
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6896467M
      ISBN 101558130683
      LC Control Number00698211
      OCLC/WorldCa45106773

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      Reducing gun violence: evaluation of the Indianapolis Police Department's directed patrol project. [Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of .   In recent years, researchers have argued that police actions should be focused on high-risk crime places rather than spread thinly across the urban landscape. This review examines the available evaluation evidence on the effects of concentrating police .

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Targeting firearms violence through directed police patrol by Edmund F. McGarrell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Targeting Firearms Violence Through Directed Police Patrol Paperback – November 1, by Steven Chermak (Author), Alexander Weiss (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: 3.

Targeting firearms violence through directed police patrol. Indianapolis: Hudson Institute, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edmund F McGarrell; Steven M Chermak; Alexander Weiss. Random versus Directed Police Patrol 2 Numbers of Police 4 Aggressive Traffic Enforcement 4 Police Crackdowns 5 Targeting Firearms Violence by Considering High-Risk Locations and People 5 Theoretical Implications 6 The Indianapolis Project 7 The East and North District Strategies 9 Directed Patrol Activities and Effects on Crime 10 Activities.

Targeting Firearms Violence Through Directed Police Patrol. Targeting Firearms Violence Through Directed Police Patrol By F. Mcgarrell, Steven Chermak and Er WeissEdmund F. Mcgarrell, Steven Chermak and Er Weiss Abstract.

BibTeX @MISC{Mcgarrell99targetingfirearms, author = {F. Mcgarrell and Steven Chermak and Er Weiss and Edmund F. Mcgarrell and Steven Chermak and Er Weiss}, title = {Targeting Firearms Violence Through Directed Police Patrol}, year = {}}. The results suggest that directed patrol had an impact on firearms crime in one of the target areas but not the other.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS: The results suggest that a specific deterrence strategy whereby the police utilize directed patrol to focus on suspicious activities and locations reduced violent gun crime. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This evaluation of a directed police patrol project utilizes a pre post quasi-experimental design with a non-equivalent control group as well as an interrupted time series analysis.

The results suggest that directed patrol had an impact on firearms crime in one of the target areas but not the other. Policy Implications: The results suggest that a specific deterrence strategy whereby the police utilize directed patrol to focus on suspicious activities and locations reduced violent gun crime.

Evidence shows that targeting specific crimes through directed patrol has no influence on crime rates. false One reason private policing is so popular is because there is a general belief that government police are not capable of providing the level of service and presence that the public desires.

Reducing Firearms Violence Through Directed Police Patrol: Final Report on the Evaluation of the Indianapolis Police Department's Directed Patrol Project [open pdf - 6 MB]. From the Executive Summary, "In the early s, the Kansas City Police Department conducted a quasi-experiment in which they tested the effect of directed police patrols in a high violent crime neighborhood.

Edmund McGarrell, Steven Chermak, Alexander Weiss, and Jeremy Wilson () “Reducing Firearms Violence Through Directed Police Patrol,” Criminology and Public Policy, 1(1) Lawrence W. Sherman and David Weisburd, () "General Deterrent Effects of Police Patrol in Crime "Hot Spots": A Randomized, Controlled Trial," Justice.

In the early s, Kansas City police created one of the first directed patrol programs. Through computer analysis, they determined which areas had higher rates of gun violence. Directed police patrols were first tried in Kansas City, Mo., in the early s.

Kansas City police increased traffic enforcement within a neighborhood experiencing high levels of violent crime and, in doing so, seized 65 percent more illegally carried guns. This led to a percent decrease in gun-related crime. Learn more about the Kansas City study. What is the Evidence on Directed Patrol.

Directed patrol to reduce gun violence is listed under “What works?” on our Review of the Research Evidence. A systematic review by Koper and Mayo-Wilson () concluded that directed patrol strategies are effective, but cautioned that the results are based on only seven comparisons from four quasi-experimental studies.

Lawrence W. Sherman (born Octo ) is an American experimental criminologist and police educator who is the founder of evidence-based policing. Sherman's use of randomized controlled experiments to study deterrence and crime prevention has led him to examine such wide-ranging issues as domestic violence, saturation patrol, gun violence, crack houses, and reintegrative shaming.

Targeting Firearms Violence Through Directed Police Patrol in firearms seized by police. Gun crimes declined in the target area by 49 percent, with no significant displacement to any patrol. THE EFFECTS OF DIRECTED PATROL AND SELF‐INITIATED ENFORCEMENT Using Vulnerability and Exposure to Improve Robbery Prediction and Target Area Selection, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 10 Daniel Isom, Evaluating a Police-Led Community Initiative to Reduce Gun Violence in St.

Louis, Police Quarterly, / Directed police patrol. Inthe Kansas City Police Department, as part of its Weed and Seed program, implemented a directed patrol initiative in a police beat with very high levels of homicide and firearm-related violent crime.

10 This was a beat that included a number of gun crime hotspots. For 6 months, a group of officers patrolled the. The Kansas City Gun Project examined the gun violence prevention effects of proactive patrol and intensive enforcement of firearms laws via safety frisks during traffic stops, plain view searches and seizures, and searches incident to arrests on other charges (Sherman and Rogan, ).

But officers continue to find increasing numbers of illegal guns across the city: Inofficers seized firearms, according to Seattle police data.

Police took guns out of circulation.Reducing Firearms Violence Through Directed Police Patrol: Final Report on the Evaluation of the Indianapolis Police Department’s Directed Patrol Project EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In the early s, the Kansas City Police Department conducted a quasi-experiment in which they tested the effect of directed police patrols in a high violent crime.

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