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As part of that program, the state provided money to help cities?

Take police officers out of their patrol cars and assign them to walking beats


Many police chiefs were skeptical. Foot Patrol in their eyes, had been pretty much discredited. It?

Reduced the mobility of the police Thus had difficulty responding to citizen calls for service Weekend headquarters control over patrol officers


Many police officers also disliked foot patrol

It was hard work Outside on cold, rainy nights Reduced their chances making a “good pinch” Used as a form of punishment


Widely understood rules

Drunk and addicts cold sit on the stoops, but could not lie down. People could drink on side streets, but not at the main intersection.


Widely understood rules part 2 of question

Bottles had to be in paper bags. Talking to, bothering, or begging from people waiting at the bus stop was strictly forbiddenBusinessman was assumed to be right, especially if the customer was a stranger.


Philip Zimbardo, a Stanford psychologist, reported in 1969 on some experiments testing the broken-window theory. How?

He arranged to have an automobile without license plates parked with it hood up on a street in the Bronx and a comparable automobile on a street in Palo Alto, California.


Most the “vandals” were?

well-dressed, apparently clean-cut whites.


In Philip Zimbardo's experiment: The car in the Bronx was attacked by "vandals" within?

Ten minutes of its "abandonment" Within 24hours, virtually everything of value had been removed


In Philip Zimbardo's experiment: The car in Palo Alto sat untouched for more than?

a week Then Zimbardo smaked part of it with a sledgehammer..within a few hours, the car was turned upside down and utterly destroyed