3 edition of American police administration found in the catalog.
American police administration
Elmer D. Graper
|Statement||by Elmer D. Graper.|
|Series||Patterson Smith reprint series in criminology, law enforcement, and social problems. Publication no. 37|
|LC Classifications||HV7991 .G7 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 357 p.|
|Number of Pages||357|
|LC Control Number||69014929|
This text examines police administration from multiple perspectives: a systems perspective (emphasizing the interrelatedness among units and organizations); a traditional, structural perspective (administrative principles, management functions, and the importance of written guidelines); a human behavioral perspective Pages: By the s, police professionalism was being widely touted as better way to improve police effectiveness and reform policing as an institution. O.W. Wilson set the standard for the professionalism movement when he published his book Police Administration, which quickly became a blueprint for professionalizing policing. Wilson argued for.
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Cordner’s Police Administration remains one of the strongest texts addressing the challenges and complexities of managing police organizations.
The book is richly grounded in history and diverse theoretical perspectives, linking these core ideas with contemporary circumstances/5(9). Thomas Reppetto is a former commander of detectives in the Chicago police department, where he began his career as a beat cop.
PhD in Public Administration from Harvard University. Dean of Graduate Studies at John Jay College, CUNY. Successful American police administration book of many books about crime and police : Policing in America, Seventh Edition, provides an introduction to contemporary police work, as well as an assessment of the current state and future directions of policing.
From the birth of the New York City Police Department in to the end of World War II, each city had its share of crime, murders, vice, drug dealers, and addicts. From its beginnings in eighteenth-century London, this is the history of the largest urban police departments in the United States and a social portrait of America during the first /5.
American police administration book on the foundation of its authors’ decades of experience in law enforcement, training, and teaching, and updated to reflect recent subjects and concerns in the field of police work, this Ninth Edition of Police Administration: Structures, Processes, and Behavior blends a comprehensive introduction to police administration with key supporting details.
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INTRODUCTION TO POLICE ADMINISTRATION Chapter Overview American policing is unique in three ways. First, police work is unique; employees handle a wide range of roles and tasks.
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There are more women on American police forces, more ethnic minorities, and more college-educated people.
It is reasonable to expect these trends to continue for the next decade, so it makes sense to ask what their. The handbook covers the establishment of police systems in England and the United States, the importance of police administration, and public attitudes.
The organization of city police departments is also considered as well as the appointment, promotion, and removal of police officers.
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carry clubs and revolvers in the mids In contemporary American police agencies, the dispute con- cerning uniforms and firearms has long been resolved; however, the use of force by the police is still an issue that incites debate in police agencies Size: 2MB.Researchers Kelling and Moore () evaluated the first three eras of policing.
These eras are discussed below, and are often referred to as the Political Era, the Reform Era, and the Community Era. Through the microscope of seven topical areas, listed below, an understanding of how policing evolved begins.