Police Systems and Practices

Thomas Barker , Jeff Rush , Ron Hunter

Editura: Prentice Hall
For courses in Introduction to Law Enforcement.This book provides an historical look at policing followed by an overview of the law enforcement occupation. It is focused on answering: Who are the Police? What do they do? How do they organize themselves to perform their functions? The book closes with a discussion of contemporary issues and the future of policing.
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins :

    Preface.

    PART 1. PERSPECTIVE ON THE POLICE

     1. Police: Who Are They?
     2. Three Paradigms of Democratic Policing.
     3. Foundations of American Law Enforcement.

    PART 2. POLICE WORK AT THE STREET LEVEL

     4. Police Role, Models: Crime Control, Order Maintenance, and Service.
     5. Police administration and Organization.
     6. Police Line Services: Patrol and Investigation.
     7. Staff Functions: Unnoticed But Necessary.

    PART 3. CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN THE PRACTICE OF POLICING.

     8. Police Professionalism.
     9. Ethical Issues: Corruption and Misconduct.
    10. Hazards of Police Work.
    11. Police Role in Victimless Crimes.
    12. Community Interaction.
    13. Community Policing.
    14. The Future of American Policing.
    Index.
  • Data Publicarii : 1994
  • Editie : 1
  • Format : Paperback
  • Numar pagini : 354
  • ISBN : 9780136828655
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