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Community policing in ACTION! by Andrea Schneider,Clark Kimerer,Scott Seaman,Joan Sweeney (Ph. D.),United States. Dept. of Justice. Office of Community Oriented Policing Services Book Resume:
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Community Policing by Victor E. Kappeler,Larry K. Gaines Book Resume:
This text explores community policing - a philosophy and an organizational strategy that expands the traditional police mandate. It broadens the focus of fighting crime to include solving community problems, urging police to form a partnership with the people in the community so average citizens can contribute to the police process in exchange for their support and participation. Now includes a chapter on Community Crime Prevention. Profiles feature community policing programs in various cities, and problem-solving case studies cover special topics. Includes: The Ten Principles of Community Po.
Community Policing, Chicago Style by Wesley G. Skogan,Susan M. Hartnett Book Resume:
"Police departments across the country are busy "reinventing" themselves, adopting a new "community policing" approach. This progressive method of law enforcement involves organizational decentralization, new channels of communication with the public, a sensitivity to what the community thinks a department's priorities ought to be, and the application of a broad problem-solving approach to neighborhood issues." "This book is the first to examine such an ambitious project. It focuses on a city which, having recently made this transition, now has the nation's largest and most impressive community policing program. Wesley G. Skogan and Susan M. Hartnett look closely at all aspects of this program, offering an unprecedented account of how and why it was adopted, and how well it has worked. Relating in detail the successes and limitations of community policing in Chicago, the authors describe and evaluate the many experimental districts where the program was first employed. They indicate how it has yielded substantial benefits for most residents of the city. Much attention is also given to Chicago's planning and implementation of the program, and how it overcame many of the obstacles that have delayed the appearance of community policing in other cities."--BOOK JACKET.
Community Policing by Dominique Wisler,Ihekwoaba D. Onwudiwe Book Resume:
Community-oriented policing (COP) is the ideology and policy model espoused in the mission statements of nearly all policing forces throughout the world. However, the COP philosophy is interpreted differently by different countries and police forces, resulting in practices that may in fact run far afield of the community-based themes of partnership, responsiveness, and transparency. Community Policing: International Patterns and Comparative Perspectives provides a comprehensive survey of purported practices of COP, clarifying the concept and differentiating true COP from other models which follow the ideology in name only. International contributors profile practices in five continents Using a case study approach, this eye-opening discourse reveals and examines contemporary patterns of alleged community policing across five continents. Providing insiders’ insight into the myriad practices in a variety of communities, the authors highlight the fact that policing in the countries profiled is heavily influenced by several factors. No matter how strongly the vision of COP permeates a police force’s mission, the significant factors that influence the policing culture are existing social and cultural traditions and structures, conventional methods already in place, the cultural and ideological language that sustains these practices, the efforts of entrepreneurs to argue for or against new ways of policing, and the social capital base found in the society. Arriving at the conclusion that there is no consensual model of community policing, the detailed analysis in this volume makes this absence of agreement abundantly clear. Separating rhetoric from reality, this illuminating study is a practical, realistic contribution to the expanding literature on community-oriented policing.
Community Policing in a Rural Setting by Quint Thurman,Edmund F. McGarrell Book Resume:
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.
International Perspectives on Community Policing and Crime Prevention by Steven P. Lab,Dilip K. Das Book Resume:
This book provides insight on the great diversity in community policing and crime prevention as they appear in countries around the world. Various chapters deal with countries that have established formal, professional police forces; are in transition from colonial status to independence; or are emerging democracies faced with the demands associated with major political and social change. All of these efforts are tied together with the recognition that the public needs to be involved in preventing crime. For individuals interested in the concept of community policing—and its implications around the globe.
Policing in the 21st Century by Lee P. Brown Book Resume:
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 by Mike Brogden,Preeti Nijhar Book Resume:
Community policing has been a buzzword in Anglo-American policing for the last two decades, somewhat vague in its definition but generally considered to be a good thing. In the UK the notion of community policing conveys a consensual policing style, offering an alternative to past public order and crimefighting styles. In the US community policing represents the dominant ideology of policing as reflected in a myriad of urban schemes and funding practices, the new orthodoxy in North American policing policy-making, strategies and tactic. But it has also become a massive export to non-western societies where it has been adopted in many countries, in the face of scant evidence of its appropriateness in very different contexts and surroundings. critical analysis of concept of community policing worldwide assesses evidence for its effectiveness, especially in the USA and UK highlights often inappropriate export of community policing models to failed and transitional societies.
Community Policing by Jack R. Greene,Stephen D. Mastrofski Book Resume:
Current trends in police reform stress much greater interaction with the community and, consequently, carry new implications for police roles, operations, and social control. Community Policing outlines the major issues confronting this movement, and differentiates the rhetoric from the reality associated with police force restructuring. The contributors address a broad spectrum of community policing issues, giving a comprehensive and in-depth analysis.
Model of Community Policing by David H. Bayley Book Resume:
Discusses the development and implementation of community policing in Singapore. Written for other countries so they may solve their own crime problems faster and more successfully using the Singapore pilot project as a guideline. Provides information on how community policing works (staffing, typical foot patrol activity, accountability). Describes ways in which to implement the plans (initial considerations, launching the project, evaluation, expansion). Contains an entire chapter on what America can learn from Singapore's lessons and success.
Community Policing: Partnerships for Problem Solving by Linda S. Miller,Kären M. Hess,Christine M.H. Orthmann Book Resume:
With a strong focus on problem solving and community-police partnerships, this comprehensive book provides a practical, up-to-date guide to effective community policing. After a thorough introduction to the history and philosophy of the movement that has profoundly shaped modern police operations, the authors strongly emphasize practical strategies and essential skills to help you apply effective, real-world problem solving within your community. The seventh edition maintains this trusted book's proven strengths while introducing valuable updates and innovations, including new material on key trends and practices such as community and officer diversity, ethics and corruption, CompStat and hot-spot policing, and citizen oversight of police, as well as new features exploring the impact and importance of technology. Practical, engaging, and current, this one-of-a-kind text is also supported by a full range of supplemental learning tools, making it an indispensible resource aspiring and active law enforcement professionals alike. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Strategies for Community Policing by Elizabeth M. Watson,Alfred R. Stone,Stuart M. DeLuca Book Resume:
Strategies for Community Policing is a comprehensive treatment of the procedures involved in transforming a conventional, traditionally-organized municipal police department into a community policing agency. With thorough attention to both the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject, co-authors Elizabeth M. Watson, Alfred R. Stone, and Stuart M. DeLuca describe the steps from the initial development of a community policing concept to the evaluation of ongoing community policing implementations.
Community Policing by Wesley G. Skogan Book Resume:
This reader is the long-awaited culmination of the most extensive study of the efficacy of community policing, funded by the National Institute of Justice. The readings in this book cover all aspects of community policing, from management to implementation and public perception.
Community Policing, Community Justice, and Restorative Justice by Caroline G. Nicholl Book Resume:
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Internal Security and Community Policing by Dr. Vinita Pandey Book Resume:
The present book focuses on various issues and threats pertaining to internal security, the various factors and non-state actors creating the threat, the initiatives by the police to strengthen internal security by involving community and how the community participation can strengthen those initiatives by enhancing the community policing measures. The study is focussed on Hyderabad. There are multiple manifestations of internal security which are both implicit and explicit. ‘Communalism’ has been identified as one of the principal threats to internal security with specific reference to Hyderabad. In this background it is highly desirable and required to strengthen ‘community’ to face any eventualities and encourage working and functional partnership with security and law enforcement agencies especially the police forces. Police or community alone cannot manage security concerns. In these globalized times strong partnership between community and police is mandatory. The book based on primary research tries to establish that community policing can be a significant factor in addressing the internal security threats.