Portsmouth police name 'problem-oriented policing' detective




PORTSMOUTH — According to Deputy Police Chief Corey MacDonald, "Problem-oriented policing is a criminal justice theory that focuses on evaluating incidents or crimes to determine their underlying causes and to attack those causes or contributing factors proactively.
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