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1

What are the components of Intelligence led policing? (5)

Crime management,
disorder resolution,
problem oriented policing,
targeted policing and
directed patrol.

2

This procedure is based on the Adequacy & Effectiveness of Police Services (O.Reg. 3/99) made under the Police Services Act sets out standards for what? (7)

crime prevention,
law enforcement,
victim assistance,
public order maintenance,
emergency response and
administration and
infrastructure

3

The Policing Standards Manual contains ______ to assist police services boards, chiefs of police and municipalities with the implementation of the requirements of O.Reg. 3/99

guidelines

4

Police services must comply with the legislative requirements of O.Reg. 3/99. Do they need to follow the guidelines of the Policing Standards Manual?

The adoption of any or all of the Guidelines contained in the Policing Standards Manual is at the discretion of the
Chief of Police.

5

When assigned to community patrol activity police officers shall:

 provide timely response to
 situations where the potential for danger and/or injury is present or imminent
 crimes in progress
 assist in creating and maintaining community partnerships, wherever possible
 undertake directed patrol, targeted policing and crime management initiatives, as directed
 document the intelligence information relating to crimes, active criminals and public disorder issues
in the applicable eReports
 complete, in the appropriate form, the required measurements for crime management initiatives
 use unstructured patrol time to undertake enforcement and directed patrol activities
 wherever possible in the course of duty, provide crime prevention information or referral to the
community

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Supervisory Officer: When assigning officers to community patrol activities shall

 promote and implement crime management initiatives to respond to identified crime, public disorder
and road safety problems, including repeat calls for service and repeat victimization
 use crime analysis for identifying areas or issues requiring directed patrol, targeted enforcement,
problem–oriented policing, or community–based crime prevention initiatives
 where possible, work with municipalities, school boards, businesses, community organizations and
members of the public to address crime, public disorder and road safety problems
 assist in developing appropriate strategies, based on the analysis of crime, calls for service,
public order, criminal intelligence and road safety
 encourage officers to document the intelligence information on crimes, active criminals and
disorder issues in the applicable eReports
 ensure patrol officers are provided with relevant information in order to undertake the type of
activity to which they have been assigned
 ensure appropriate measurements of each activity are recorded by each officer assigned
 ensure the use of directed patrol, targeted enforcement and other initiatives to respond to high
crime or high occurrence locations and serial occurrences
 notify the officer in charge when crime management initiatives are utilized
 ensure both local and Service–wide crime prevention initiatives are brought to the attention of all
relevant members
 encourage officers to provide crime prevention information or referral to the community wherever
possible during the course of duty

7

Officer in Charge: When managing officers assigned to community patrol shall:

 ensure general and directed patrol and target policing initiatives are conducted in accordance with
the principles of community policing
 monitor crime management initiatives
 ensure, where possible, initiatives are developed in partnership with municipalities, school
boards, businesses, community organizations and members of the public to address crime, public
disorder and road safety problems
 when in receipt of intelligence information relating to crimes, active criminals and disorder
issues, ensure the information is
 documented in the applicable eReport
 the eReport number is provided to the divisional crime manager
 ensure officers have been provided with relevant information in order to undertake the type of
activity to which they have been assigned
 ensure appropriate measurements of crime management initiatives are evaluated and recorded
 report in writing to the unit commander on the results of any crime management initiative

8

There are four key steps in establishing the Crime Management Process at the divisional level. Their purpose is to ensure:

a high level of integration, co–ordination and focus of divisional resources

9

What are four key steps in establishing the Crime Management Process at the divisional level?

1 Long–term strategic planning and evaluation to set direction for the division
2 Short–term/daily tactical planning and evaluation to adjust and react as required
3 Integrated Role for Divisional CPLCs
4 Targeted Debriefing of All Prisoners

10

Unit Commanders must designate a divisional Crime Manager. Who is this generally?

Detective Sergeant in charge of the Detective Office

11

The divisional Crime Manager will chair the divisional Crime Management Team. Who is included in this team?
When do they meet?

representatives from all sections of the unit,
the Unit Commander
the local Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC).

4 times a year at minimum, principal members of the Crime Management Team will meet regularly

12

The ______ will establish a mechanism to facilitate community input and provide feedback on results to the community on crime related issues.

unit commander

13

Problem solving consists of a number of components:

Problem Analysis
Problem Identification
Problem Response
Monitoring/Evaluation
(Measurement)

14

Problem Analysis:

Requires a thorough examination of the problem to determine when, where, how, by whom, to whom and why the problem is occurring.

15

Problem Identification:

Public disorder or crime problems may be identified from the crime analysis function, identified by police officers, or reported by the community.

16

Problem Response:

Strategies or actions undertaken to eliminate or control a problem.

17

Monitoring/Evaluation:

Every strategy that is used must be measured in terms of its effectiveness. These measurements qualify the effect of the strategy and measure community opinion.
Once the measurements are complete, the problem must be examined again to determine what (if any) new course of action is required.

18

The participation of the community is essential to assist police officers in fulfilling their duties. All segments of the
community may be invited to assist with and participate in police/community partnerships designed to address
crime, public safety and social disorder concerns. Particular consideration must be given to identifying available
community resources from, and enhancing police interaction with the following groups:

Community
Business
Government/Social Agencies
Politicians

19

All police officers, regardless of their job assignment, are responsible for enhancing public safety, maintaining order, and preventing crime and providing assistance and encouragement to other persons in the prevention of crime.

What are the three functions divisional police can be assigned to?

Primary response
Community response
Detective operations

20

Officers in the primary response function will

 respond to calls for service as assigned
 respond to emergencies where possible
 engage in self–initiated patrol
 engage in directed patrol as assigned
 engage in traffic enforcement activities
 enforce federal, provincial and municipal laws as appropriate
 engage in targeted enforcement activities as directed
 perform other lawful duties as assigned

21

Officers in the community response function will

 focus on long–term community problem resolution
 engage in self–initiated patrol
 engage in directed patrol as assigned
 respond to calls for service as assigned
 respond to emergencies where possible
 engage in targeted enforcement as directed
 engage in traffic enforcement activities
 enforce federal, provincial and municipal laws as appropriate
 perform other lawful duties as assigned

22

CIB functions:

 investigating and processing prisoners
 advising and assisting uniform members with their duties
 investigating crime occurrences as assigned by the divisional Detective Sergeant
 attending the scene of crimes when requested or required
 assuming the investigative lead in all divisional crime investigations or until relieved by investigators from a specialized unit (homicide, sexual assault, etc.)
 specialized investigations as assigned (domestic violence, child abuse, etc.)
 other lawful duties as assigned

23

Youth Services

 investigation of young offenders (youth crime)
 child abuse investigations
 child neglect investigations
 youth gang investigations
 school violence investigations
 liaison with child protection agencies
 school liaison and education
 other duties as assigned

24

Major Crime

 investigative assistance
 liquor law enforcement
 prostitution
 street level drugs
 pawns and second–hand shops
 special projects as assigned

25

The duties of a police officer are set out in subsection 42(1) of the Police Services Act (PSA). These are: (8)

(a) preserving the peace
(b) preventing crimes and other offences and providing assistance and encouragement to other persons
in their prevention
(c) assisting victims of crime
(d) apprehending criminals and other offenders and others who may lawfully be taken into custody
(e) laying charges and participating in prosecutions
(f) executing warrants that are to be executed by police officers and performing related duties
(g) performing lawful duties that the chief of police assigns
(h) enforcing municipal by–laws