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This is a comprehensive and contemporary core textbook for introductory policing courses. All of the foundations of policing - organization, administration, operations, functions, training and misconduct - will be included, with additional up-to-date material on discretion, ethics, court rulings, contemporary strategies, technological advances and globalization.
Table of Contents
|Policing in America|
|Recruitment and Selection of Police Officers|
|Training and Education of Police Officers|
|The Police Culture|
|Law, Court Decisions and the Police|
|Police Work: Operations and Functions|
|Police Organizations and Adminstration: An Overview|
|Discretion, Ethics and Accountability in Policing|
|Policing in a Multicultural Setting|
|Contemporary Strategies in Policing|
|Technology and the Police|
|Global Issues: Implications for the Police|
|Private and Contract Police|
|The Future of Policing in the United States|
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