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The Implementation and Evaluation of Community Policing in Spain: Results and Future Prospects

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This article offers an overview of the implementation and evaluation of community policing programs in Spain today through the analysis of two particularly illustrative practical experiences. The controversial results of the Policía 2000 project – Spain's most consummate nationwide community policing program – pleads for a local imple- mentation of the community policing model. Indeed, as shown by another pioneering reform in Sant Boi de Llobregat (a big town near Barcelona) – which today offers many lessons in matters of evaluation and management of community policing – it is mainly at this level that experiences have been most conclusive.

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2004-08-01
2016-12-03

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