Emotional Survival For Law Enforcement

Author: Kevin M. Gilmartin
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780971725409
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This book is designed to help law enforcement professionals overcome the internal assaults they experience both personally and organizationally over the course of their careers. These assaults can transform idealistic and committed officers into angry, cynical individuals, leading to significant problems in both their personal and professional lives.

Cop Doc

Author: Daniel M Rudofossi
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1351969455
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Cop Doc delivers a unique map of police psychology. Retired NYPD sergeant Daniel Rudofossi delivers compelling inside scoops: the first-grade detective who nailed the Times Square bomber, intelligence enigmas unraveled by the DEA intelligence chief, wisdom culled from a best-selling novelist, a NYPD detective captain’s narrative of the Palm Sunday Massacre, and much more. The book also includes an interview with a captain of hostage negotiations and a preface by the founder of the NYPD department of psychological services. Both students and seasoned professionals can find insights into policing and forensic psychology in these pages.?

Police Women

Author: Sandra Wells
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275984779
Size: 47.24 MB
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Examines what it takes to survive when a woman enters the "biggest boys' club in America"--the police forces.

Behind The Badge

Author: Sharon M. Freeman Clevenger
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317593588
Size: 68.22 MB
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This volume is the logical follow-up to the military treatment handbook: Living and Surviving in Harm’s Way. Sharon Freeman Clevenger, Laurence Miller, Bret Moore, and Arthur Freeman return with this dynamic handbook ideal for law enforcement agencies interested in the psychological health of their officers. Contributors include law enforcement officers with diverse experiences, making this handbook accessible to readers from law enforcement backgrounds. This authoritative, comprehensive, and critical volume on the psychological aspects of police work is a must for anyone affiliated with law enforcement.

Law Enforcement Ethics

Author: Brian D. Fitch
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1452258171
Size: 47.79 MB
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Law Enforcement Ethicsáis an attempt to be at the forefront of engaging in the conversation about the future of law enforcement ethics, while examining many of the classic, enduring challenges posed by the profession itself. The conversation explores a host of foundational issues that include who should be hired as a law enforcement officer; what training should look like during the basic academy, as well as over the span of oneÆs career; common ethical challenges, such as force and interrogations; what an ethical promotional process should entail; international best practices and problems; psychology of marginality; role of the media in promoting accountability; and the roles played by social learning, sub-culture, organizational policies, and PTSD in misconduct. 1. Each of the bookÆs 18 chapters explores some major theoretical aspect of law enforcement ethics, while offering practical advice on what law enforcement agencies at the local, state, and federal level can do to create more ethical organizations.2. The contributing authors include not only academicians but clinical psychologists, professionals trainers, accreditation consultants, ethicists, medical professionals, and law enforcement supervisors and administrators representing a broad cross-section of agencies.3. Rather than relying on a single theoretical framework or discipline (e.g., sociology or criminology), the book takes an interdisciplinary look at the phenomenon of law enforcement ethics by offering contributions from authors in the fields of clinical psychology, medicine, criminology, criminal justice, law, ethics, organizational leadership, sociology, and public policy.4. Chapters begin with an opening vignetter or case study to help motivate the content to come.5. Chapters will conclude with summaries and 4-5 discussion questions.

Prepared Not Paranoid

Author: Jana M. Kemp
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
ISBN: 9780313347191
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Offers practical advice for keeping yourself and your family safe in everyday life.

On Combat

Author: Dave Grossman
Publisher: Human Factor Research Group Incorporated
ISBN:
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Looks at the effect of deadly battle on the body and mind and offers new research findings to help prevent lasting adverse effects.

Guide To Resources And Services

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Describes serial data and reference collections in machine- readable form in the ICPSR repository, including survey title, date, summary, universe, sampling and data format.