Consensus Model Of Policing

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Conflict and consensus model of policing are seen to be the opposite of each other from the definition and examples seen above. Firstly, Consensus model of policing is collaborative in nature and members of society work together to achieve justice while conflict model of policing is authoritative in nature and the police used their ways to go about reducing crime and social disorder (Evans, 2016). Secondly, organisational culture is more prevalent in conflict model of policing where ---------, widening the gap between the community and the public. Based on the mode of operation in conflict model of policing, it is inevitable that the relationship of trust is absent. On the other hand, consensus model of policing focuses on the community and (p.153 of Evan book), talk about the trust between police and community
For conflict model of policing, it has been stated above where Singapore follows the authoritative style of policing, therefore, linking to the contemporary context of Singapore, two examples used will be the incorporation of military style policing and Little India riot. There is a degree of military policing in Singapore to a certain extent especially when it comes to dealing with terrorism-related issue in the contemporary era (Newman, 2010). As argued by Newman (2010), following the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the rise of ISIS terrorist, it is not unusual for the police and military to conduct joint operations and patrolling in safeguarding the security of
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