Beyond 911: A New Era for Policing

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Basic Books, May 1, 1992 - History - 269 pages
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Drawing on the experiences of innovative police departments that have tried new approaches to policing in cities as diverse as Los Angeles, Newport News, Virginia, and London, this important book assesses what can be done by enterprising police chiefs and progressive communities to combat the crime and violence that currently engulf our cities.

 

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Contents

Chapter 2
30
Chapter 3
58
Chapter 4
95
Reconstituting the Police
127
Chapter 5
129
Chapter 6
150
Partnerships
172
Chapter 8
197
CONCLUSION
231
AFTERWORD
233
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
235
NOTES
238
INDEX
259
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Malcolm K. Sparrow teaches Regulatory and Enforcement Strategy, and Analytic Methods, at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Formerly a Detective Chief Inspector with the British police service, he now specializes in issues of enforcement strategy, regulatory compliance, and risk control--he is the acknowledged national expert on the subject of Health Care Fraud. He is author of The Risk Business: Defining the Regulatory Craft (2000), License to Steal: Why Fraud Plagues America's Health Care System (1996), Imposing Duties: Government's Changing Approach to Compliance (1994); and co-author of Beyond 911: A New Era for Policing (1990) and Ethics in Government: The Moral Challenge for Public Leadership (1990).

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