Using the internet and the text (chapter 13) give a narrative overview of the Kansas City Preventative Patrol Experiment, detailing the findings and analysis of this controversial experiment.
Do you agree with the findings of the experiment and why or why not?
If the same study was conducted today do you expect to see the same results? Justify your answer.
If you were the Police Chief in Kansas City during the experiment would you make any long lasting changes in preventative patrol verses random patrol? What would they be and why?