Policing In The 21st Century

Author: Lee P. Brown
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468540998
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Dr. Lee P. Brown, one of America's most significant and respected law enforcement practitioners, has harnessed his thirty years of experiences in police work and authored Policing in the 21st Century: Community Policing. Written for students, members of the police community, academicians, elected officials and members of the public, this work comes from the perspective of an individual who devoted his life to law enforcement. Dr. Brown began his career as a beat patrolmen who through hard work, diligence and continued education became the senior law enforcement official in three of this nation's largest cities. The book is about Community Policing, the policing style for America in the Twenty-First Century. It not only describes the concept in great detail, but it also illuminates how it evolved, and how it is being implemented in various communities throughout America. There is no other law enforcement official or academician who is as capable as Dr. Brown of masterfully presenting the concept of Community Policing, which he pioneered. As a philosophy, Community Policing encourages law enforcement officials, and the people they are sworn to serve, to cooperatively address issues such as crime, community growth, and societal development. It calls for mutual respect and understanding between the police and the community. The book is written from the perspective of someone whose peers identify as the "father" of Community Policing, and who personally implemented it in Police Departments under his command. It is a thoroughly amazing book that has been heralded as a "must read" for anyone who has an interest in law enforcement. Elected officials, academicians, leaders of the nation's police agencies and members of the public will be captivated by Dr. Brown's literary contribution.

Community Policing

Author: Michael Palmiotto
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780834210875
Size: 39.60 MB
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Law Enforcement, Policing, & Security

21st Century Policing

Author: Steven L. Rogers
Publisher: Looseleaf Law Publications Corporation
ISBN: 9781889031187
Size: 58.24 MB
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Valuable, step-by-step guidance for lowering police/citizens barriers and developing the kind of powerful programs based on trust, teamwork and dedication that have helped countless communities nationwide eradicate crime. From leveraging the power of "presence" to facilitating a consistent flow of crime-revealing intelligence, this book is a true community-saver!

Changing Policing Theories For 21st Century Societies

Author: Charles J. Edwards
Publisher: Federation Press
ISBN: 9781862875371
Size: 28.24 MB
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This book is a thorough revision of the 1999 edition, incorporating the changes that have occurred in crime and policing during the first years of the 21st century. The book examines the history, philosophy and practice of policing in Australia, Great Britain and the United States, showing how the constitutional structure of the three countries give rise to different policing structures and different styles of policing. The book also looks in depth at crime and its effect on society, and the effect the media has on public perceptions of crime, and, as a result, the way in which police strategies are closely reported by the media. Successive approaches to policing since the second world war are closely examined, and the current community policing methods considered. The book also analyses various forms of police accountability, both of individual officers and of police organisations as a whole. The final part of the book is completely new, examining changes in the way police organisations are managed and political imperatives, including the war on terrorism, and the effect this has on policing and the public. It also examines some specific 21st century crime problems.

Beyond Community Policing

Author: James J. Chriss
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317263227
Size: 43.59 MB
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Beyond Community Policing uses history and general sociological theory to examine the trajectory of municipal policing from Britain in the 1830s to its adoption and evolution in the America. By analysing the uncertain and uneven historical development of policing, this book illustrates in great detail the functional connections between cities (or communities) and police departments. Chriss also considers the development of municipal policing in the American West between 1850 and 1890, which helps to situate the current discussion of policing in the post 9/11 United States.

Community Policing In A Rural Setting

Author: Quint Thurman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317523938
Size: 53.60 MB
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The authors provide stepping stones for rural and small-town agencies to make the organizational changes needed for community policing to take hold. The book introduces the concept of community policing and its many benefits to the agencies and communities that adopt it. Important issues discussed include the challenge of organizational change, as well as examples of community policing obstacles and successes, and the future of community policing in the 21st century.

Frontline Policing In The 21st Century

Author: Sheldon F. Greenberg
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 331953565X
Size: 80.16 MB
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This book provides the “how to’s” of police patrol, focusing on how officers on the front line perform their duties (covering both skills and techniques), meet day-to-day challenges, and manage the tasks and risks associated with modern police patrol. Drawing on theory, research, and the experience of numerous practitioners, it provides practical daily checklists and guidance for delivering primary police services: • Conducting mobile and foot patrols • Completing a preliminary investigation • Canvassing a neighborhood • Developing street contacts • Building and sustaining trust • Delivering death notifications, and more. It features interviews with frontline officers, as well as both police chiefs and supervisors to examine the role of police officers in the 21st century and their partnership with, and accountability to, the communities they serve. In addition, this book explores how modern policing has evolved by examining the research, innovation, tradition, and technology upon which it is based. It provides new perspectives and ideas as well as basic knowledge of daily practices, offering value to new and experienced police and security personnel alike; students in criminal justice, law and public safety; community leaders; and others involved in advancing police operations and community well-being.

Police Psychology Into The 21st Century

Author: Martin I. Kurke
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1135807434
Size: 57.15 MB
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As we approach the 21st century, there is a discernable shift in policing, from an incident-driven perspective to a proactive problem solving stance often described as "community policing." In this volume a panel of 21 psychologists examine the changing directions in policing and how such changes impact on psychological service delivery and operational support to law enforcement agencies. The book describes existing and emerging means of providing psychological support to the law enforcement community in response to police needs to accommodate new technology, community-oriented problem solving technology, crime prevention, and sensitivity to community social changes. Senior psychologists who are sworn officers, federal agents and civilian employees of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies comprise the team of chapter authors. Their perspectives encompass their collective experience "in the trenches" and in law enforcement management and administrative support roles. They discuss traditional applications of psychology to police selection, training and promotion processes, and in trauma stress management and evaluation of fitness for duty. Concerns related to police diversity and police family issues are also addressed, as are unique aspects of police stress management. Additional chapters are dedicated to establishing psychological service functions that currently are less familiar to police agencies than they are to other government and private sector service recipients. These chapters are devoted to police psychologists as human resource professionals, as human factors experts in accommodating to new technology and to new legal requirements, as organizational behavioral experts, and as strategic planners. This text is recommended reading for two groups: *police and public safety administators whose work takes them--or should take them--into contact with police psychologists; *practicing and would-be police psychologists concerned with the emerging trends in the application of psychology to police and other public safety programs.

21st Century Policing

Author: Schermer Gabrielle M.
ISBN: 9781634841023
Size: 52.75 MB
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Trust between law enforcement agencies and the people they protect and serve is essential in a democracy. It is key to the stability of our communi­ties, the integrity of our criminal justice system, and the safe and effective delivery of policing services. In light of events that exposed rifts in the relationships between local police and the communities they protect and serve, President Barack Obama signed an executive order establishing the Task Force on 21st Century Policing. The President charged the task force with identifying best practices and offering recommendations on how policing practices can promote effective crime reduction while building public trust. The recommendations issued by the task force are organised around six main topic areas or pillars: Building Trust and Legitimacy, Policy and Oversight, Technology and Social Media, Commu­nity Policing and Crime Reduction, Officer Training and Education, and Officer Safety and Wellness. This book provides an overview of the recommendations of the task force.

Proven Strategies For Effective Community Oriented Policing

Author: Steven L. Rogers
Publisher: Looseleaf Law Publications
ISBN: 1932777709
Size: 38.33 MB
Format: PDF
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Bridge the gap between community and law enforcement! Inside you'll learn: - Management methods for improving community relations. - Strategies for successfully engaging youth. -Plans for leveraging patrol to increase positive relations & intelligence gathering. - Considerations when handling diversity, tolerance and hate crime issues. A Great Companion to 21st Century Policing.