…… How could such concerns be addressed?Any concerns that do arise should be addressed in a manner according to council. With the proper authorities delegating the new policies, addressing concerns, whether they be from lower personnel or upper management, they will have the opportunity to unveil the oppositions that may hinder the operation of new policies. How would transferring certain functions affect service delivery and public opinion?Transferring certain functions, such as surveillance will help to drop costs associated with
every aspect it pertains to. The types of difficulties that may arise are minimal, and if anything, they would not decline the productivity of delivery nor decline the public opinion in their regard. What would be the ideal public/private law enforcement model?The ideal differentiating model between private and public law enforcement would depict the makeup of federal and state regarded requirements. Adhering
to a code of conduct that is…… GIS and mapping software, once available only to agencies possessing mainframe computers, can now be easily loaded on the laptops carried in patrol vehicles and therefore can be used by even small and budget constrained police departments. The innovations demanded by community and problem oriented policing require that departments incorporate a geographic, spatial, or local focus, and emphasize the importance of integrating crime mapping techniques into departmental management, analysis, and enforcement practices. " 2006 What is needed, according to the work of Kehoe is 'standardization' insofar as the technology used in law enforcement and private security so as to enable more integration and coordination between the two entities. The tools which Kehoe includes in the foregoing list are not an exhaustive list whatsoever. The work of Ashley Paul Moore entitled: "First Responder Accreditation: The Pros and the Cons" states that there has been a debate among members of Congress as to whether there is…… SecurityPrivate Security vs. Law Enforcement: Matrix Summary"Private security and public law enforcement share many of the same goals: preventing crime and disorder, identifying criminals, and ensuring the security of people and property," "Private Security and Public Law Enforcement," n.