the law .This is the model of policing which is largely applied in the modern day world.Many problems and issues, as well as comparisons and contrasts, can be raised about boththe community based administrative approach and that of the professional, controlled formof policing. The police work with the community in identifying problems and employingstrategies, often focuses enforcement efforts on specific problems such as drug hot spots, toreduce both crime and the fear of crime in the community. However, community policing programs also stress a very different administrative style than previous models of policing.There are several impediments to implementing community policing strategies. Anorganization can implement a community policing program, though getting the officers toimplement the program can be a major hurdle for police administrators. Secondly, theorganizational culture within a police agency may not embrace and implement community policing strategies. The organization must adopt a more democratic organizational style if community policing strategies are to be implemented effectively. This is an idea in whichthe effectiveness of police work can be hindered the community based policing can causesidetracking. Traditional police organizational structures have been characterized as beingrigid, centralized paramilitary organizations. However, community policing initiativesmandate a change in organizational style with an emphasis on feedback from the lower ranks and in some instances, replacing sworn officers with civilians in clerical, technical,and professional duties. On one instance this may involve more people from thecommunity into the structure of some of the policing initiatives, yet it could also lead tounprofessional decision making.(314 words)U2-Q12: Discuss the steps for police selection and the importance of the field trainingofficer.