In summarizing evidence based policing we come to the conclusion that many cases were justified by a scientific research and not by reasoning or proven evidence. Also practicing one’s and not what’s factorial has been the outcome procedure to everyday field training. Some advantages and disadvantages of evidence base policing are as followed: When law enforcement makes a decision, we come to the conclusion that is not based off of experience. Police agencies use the tools given to them from higher officials in order to maintain a common structure along the line of state, city, and local distribution. This way of police basing also helps keep the law enforcer from implementing tools that work and adjusting to a more reasoning application. In study, officers are taught to rationalize situations and study the act of why something happen verses the disciplinary form of action taken upon a person. A disadvantage of evidence base policing is that its takes, out or proportion the system set in place to establish mental thinking as appose to physical knowledge. You as an officer know the procedures to take given the reason, but moving towards a more scientific belief takes away the certification of providing immediate security for society. Also, exposing the thought process at the same time, give law enforcers a somewhat lower hand on criminal indecencies. Decreasing the funding and/or the size of safety officers lead could potentially lead to more crimes and could take the focus off the small misdemeanors; which are still crimes. The cost of policing today has become a problem for cities all across America. At the 2011 COPS Conference, cities had laid off more law enforcement officers, or left more vacancies unfilled, than contemporary police leaders have ever witnessed.
Historically, law enforcement officer layoffs and severe police budget reductions have been off-limits. But the recession's dramatic impact on cities, coupled with expensive officer personnel costs, which has rendered a more affordable political view of policing.
An October 2011 report released by the COPS Office demonstrated the tremendous changes local law enforcement agencies have undergone as a result of strained budgets in the current economy. The COPS Office found that estimated 10,000–12,000 law enforcement officers and sheriff's deputies were laid off in 2011; that approximately 30,000 law enforcement jobs were unfilled; and that 53 percent