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The Police And Society: Touchstone Readings

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3rd
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9781577664178

ISBN10:
1577664175
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Pub. Date:
1/5/2006
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Waveland Pr Inc
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Table of Contents

Preface ix
PART I A HISTORY OF POLICE AND SOCIETY 1(92)
1. The Evolving Strategy of Policing
2(25)
George L. Kelling and Mark H. Moore
2. The Evolving Strategy of Police A Minority View
27(24)
Hubert Williams and Patrick V Murphy
3. "Broken Windows" and Fractured History The Use and Misuse of History in Recent Police Patrol Analysis
51(15)
Samuel Walker
4. Revising the Histories and Futures of Policing
66(14)
Victor G. Strecher
5. The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
80(13)
Crime and Social Justice Associates
PART II THE ROLE OF THE POLICE IN SOCIETY 93(96)
6. The Police Mandate, Strategies, and Appearances
94(29)
Peter K. Manning
7. The Capacity to Use Force as the Core of the Police Role
123(11)
Egon Bittner
8. Street Justice A Moral Defense of Order Maintenance Policing
134(16)
Gary W. Sykes
9. Street Justice: Some Micro-Moral Reservations Comment on Sykes
150(4)
Carl B. Klockars
10. Broken Windows
154(14)
James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling
11. Policing the Contemporary City Fixing Broken Windows or Shoring Up Neo-Liberalism?
168(21)
Steve Herbert
PART III THE SOCIETY OF POLICE 189(114)
12. The Quasi-Military Organization of the Police
190(11)
Egon Bittner
13. The Informal "Code" of Police Deviancy A Group Approach to "Blue-coat Crime"
201(22)
Ellwyn R. Stoddard
14. People Who Don't Even Know You
223(17)
Victor G. Strecher
15. Kinsmen in Repose Occupational Perspectives of Patrolmen
240(18)
John Van Maanen
16. Discretion in Detectives' Decision Making and "High Profile" Cases
258(19)
Marilyn Corsianos
17. Breeding Deviant Conformity Police Ideology and Culture
277(26)
Victor E. Kappeler, Richard D. Sluder and Geoffrey P. Alpert
PART IV POLICING SOCIETY 303(140)
18. The Asshole
304(22)
John Van Maanen
19. Violence and the Police
326(13)
William A. Westley
20. Police Accounts of Normal Force
339(19)
Jennifer Hunt
21. The Police on Skid-row A Study of Peace Keeping
358(27)
Egon Bittner
22. Dumping: Police-Initiated Transjurisdictional Transport of Troublesome Persons
385(18)
William R. King and Thomas H. Dunn
23. The Dirty Harry Problem
403(18)
Carl B. Klockars
24. To Serve and Pursue Exploring Police Sexual Violence Against Women
421(22)
Peter B. Kraska and Victor E. Kappeler
PART V THE POLICE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY 443(124)
25. Economic Rhetoric and Policing Reform
444(17)
Peter K. Manning
26. Third-Party Policing Theoretical Analysis of an Emerging Trend
461(25)
Michael E. Buerger and Lorraine Green Mazerolle
27. Militarizing American Police The Rise and Normalization of Paramilitary Units
486(17)
Peter B. Kraska and Victor E. Kappeler
28. Theorizing Policing The Drama and Myth of Crime Control in the NYPD
503(29)
Peter K. Manning
29. The Myopic Panopticon The Social Consequences of Policing through the Lens
532(20)
Stephane Leman-Langlois
30. Reinventing the Police and Society: Economic Revolutions, Dangerousness, and Social Control
552(15)
Victor E. Kappeler and Karen S. Miller
Index 567


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