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Supervision of Police Personnel  6TH Edition (Iannone)

This book offers complete coverage for leadership training of supervisors in law enforcement and allied fields. The relationships involved in individual and group management methods and the practical techniques for carrying out the various responsibilities of the supervisor are explored. Everyday problems faced by the police supervisor in interpersonal, operational, and administrative relationships with subordinates are also covered in detail.

 

   
Supervising Police Personnel : The Fifteen Responsibilities 4TH Editon (Paul Whisenand) 

bulletUniquely updated and designed for the existing or prospective supervisor in a police agency.
bulletIdeally suited for college and academy courses devoted to police supervision and human relations.
bulletNewly formatted to cover the foundational subjects of values, ethics and mission.
bulletA fresh look at the interplay of human communications, trust, empowerment and team leadership.
bulletA preview of the next phase of community-oriented policing.
bulletA commonsense approach to handling problem police employees.

All of the above and much more is compacted into highly readable and definitely useful set of 15 supervisory responsibilities. Combined, they offer keys for you to become both police supervisor and police leaders.

   
Proactive Police Management  5TH Edition (Edward Thibault) 

This book provides a review, analysis, and synthesis of the various approaches to police management, including traditional scientific management, the behavioral/systems approach, and the human relations approach. The beginning chapters of this book review the history of law enforcement management and examine some traditional management models in the light of this historical perspective.

 

   
Community Policing and Problem Solving: Strategies and Practices

The second edition of Community Policing and Problem Solving: Strategies and Practices continues to explore the efforts of police agencies across the United States and abroad as they implement new methods to address crime and disorder. This text is intended for several audiences: for professors and students, it shows how today's police are moving away from traditional methods for responding to crime and disorder and expanding their traditional "law enforcement" role; for police practitioners, it serves as a guide for COPPS implementation operation, and evaluation; and for others, including elected government officials and city managers, it provides a comprehensive view of a timely, rapidly spreading, effective but often misunderstood strategy.

   
The Turnaround: How America's Top Cop Reversed the Crime Epidemic

When Bill Bratton was sworn in as New York City's police commissioner in 1994, he made what many considered a bold promise: The NYPD would fight crime in every borough...and win. It seemed foolhardy; even everybody knows you can't win the war on crime. But Bratton delivered. In an extraordinary twenty-seven months, serious crime in New York City went down by 33 percent, the murder rate was cut in half—and Bill Bratton was heralded as the most charismatic and respected law enforcement official in America.. In this outspoken account of his news-making career, Bratton reveals how his cutting-edge policing strategies brought about the historic reduction in crime.

   
Background Investigation for Law Enforcement

Very Important, Yet Usually Neglected, They Can Cause Scandal, Destruction, and Ruin!

   
Burnout in Blue : Managing the Police Marginal Performer

From the Publisher
Burnout in Blue confronts the problem of poor police performance and shows police supervisors how to identify and deal effectively with marginal, unresponsive subordinates. "This text is a must for all aspiring or serving police supervisors. It sincerely deals with a problem that has perplexed police union representatives and could go a long way toward easing labor/management confrontations regarding `marginal' police performance." Robert B. Kliesmet, General President, International Union of Police Associations, AFL-CIO

   
  Managing Police Operations: Implementing the New York Crime Control Model Using COMPSTAT

From The Publisher
This text is a descriptive presentation of how the largest and most influential police department in the nation, the NYPD, has significantly reduced crime over the last 10 years. As COMPSTAT is a critical tool in implementing the community policing model, this case study and methodology is of supreme importance to anyone interested in community policing and studying crime reduction.

   
 

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