While traditional policing is responsive, community policing assumes a proactive role. It consists of networking with the private sector as well as civil society in order to prevent crimes and raise awareness of criminal matters. Such collaboration with the community establishes a safer environment.
The Internal Security Forces (ISF) has set the latter policing model as their goal and embedded it in their core vision. For this reason, it is no surprise that the ISF would be the first to address crimes that threaten society and defy the values that it is built on, such as gender-based violence (GBV).
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