This discussion declares that the broken windows could apply to wrong decisions, poor code, or inacceptable conduct in a society. From the theory, it proves that broken windows could lead to destruction of functional systems, hence affecting community activities and administration functions. However, the broken window concept needs more attention; being a fundamental principle in understanding and solving criminal cases, the police have got to adjust with the changing roles to adopt other functions related to restoring order in societies, relevant to communities’ needs. Restoring and maintaining order is not the task police officers’ alone, but communities too have a responsibility to contribute towards it. The theory brings up associated issues touching on people’s behaviour and fear based on crime and disorder level, which ends up making them to form plausible assumptions on police patrol and crime control. Perception and Reality From the article, the authors bring out the impact the police patrol on foot would have in the society than those on car patrol. Although the police foundation in Washington D.C. disapproved its effect in reducing crime, after 5 years endeavour in the safe and clean neighbourhood program that recommended police officers on foot patrols, some reasonable changes and restoration of order was evident in the on foot police patrol in communities. Those who doubted the program had failed to realise the essence of the walking beats police patrol in the neighbourhoods.