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What Is Reactive Policing?

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Reactive policing is when the police respond to a call from a base position. This means, they could be sitting in their station. It also means they could be in their patrol car.
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Reactive policing is where police officers would sit in their station and wait for the call from a member of the public summoning them to the scene of a crime where they would proceed
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reactive is responding to a call from a base position. ie sitting at the station leaving to handle a call then returning. proactive is routine patrol and actively searching for ways
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Put simply, a proactive policy involves
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