Law Enforcement Management: What Works and what Doesn't!

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Looseleaf Law Publications, Dec 1, 2009 - Political Science - 165 pages
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Benefit from the combined wisdom of a team of successful managers who have discovered - through years of actual experience - the leadership techniques that succeed and those that don't. Tap into more than 60 years of their combined experience, law enforcement leadership experts, Michael Carpenter and Roger Fulton. Topics include: gaining confidence, earning respect, fostering loyalty, administrating "survival," and leading the way. Learn: the crucial steps you must take before your secure a management position; how to earn trust, loyalty, and respect from your officers; tips for getting valuable feedback from your personnel without compromising your position of confident leadership; guidance on effectively dealing with "problem" subordinates; how to protect yourself and your agency from corruption, insubordination and other devastating issues; 8 things you can do to make your management style shine; and common mistakes that can crush your career ad strategies to avoid them.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter 3
21
Chapter 4
37
Chapter 5
55
Chapter 6
71
Chapter 7
89
Chapter 8
103
Chapter 9
123
Chapter 10
139
Chapter 11
159
Chapter 12
165
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Carpenter holds a Masters' Degree in History from Norwich University and a Masters' Degree in Criminal Justice from the State University of New York at Albany.

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