Law Enforcement in the United States

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Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Oct 21, 2011 - Law - 484 pages
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By Examining The Influence Of Social, Political, Economic And Cultural Forces On The Evolution Of Modern Law Enforcement, This Updated Third Edition Discusses The Struggle Between Existing Conventions In Law Enforcement And Today's Push For Reform. This Book Is An Ideal Introduction To Law Enforcement And Goes Beyond Discussions Of Local Policing To Examine How Forces Like Technology, Privatization, And The Threat Of Terrorism Are Affecting Law Enforcement On Local, State, And National Levels. Readers Will Learn How These Diverse And Unpredictable Forces Are Shaping The Future Of Law Enforcement In The United States, And Will Come Away With The Ability To Think Critically About Law Enforcement Issues. New Material Added To The Revised And Updated Third Edition: -"Stay Current" Boxes Throughout The Text Offer References And Key Search Terms For Further Internet Research -Updated Figures, Tables, Charts And Other Statistical And Descriptive Information -A New Chapter On Socialization, Advancement, And Professionalism, Including Ethics And Misconduct -A New Chapter With Emphasis On Law Enforcement's Role In National Security, Homeland Security, And Protecting Private Assets -A Separate Chapter On "Policing Strategies, Tactics, And Daily Operations" -An Expanded And Updated Chapter On Management Issues -Updated And Expanded Appendices
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 The Field of Law Enforcement
1
Chapter 2 A Brief History of Early Policing
27
Chapter 3 The Evolution of Law Enforcement in the United States
45
Chapter 4 The Public Law Enforcement Community in the United States
77
Chapter 5 Organizational Structure and Its Impact
105
Chapter 6 Law Enforcement Tasks Roles and Styles
129
Chapter 7 The Selection Training Education of Personnel
157
Chapter 8 Socialization Advancement Professionalism
203
Chapter 11 Technology and Law Enforcement
311
Chapter 12 National Security Homeland Security and Private Sector Protection
353
Chapter 13 Policing Models Strategies and Tactics
377
Chapter 14 Future Issues in Law Enforcement and Recommendations
395
Appendix I Constitution of The United States
429
Appendix II Timelines
443
Appendix III Selected Organizational Charts
453
Appendix IV Minimum Hours of Basic Training for the States of New York California and Florida
463

Chapter 9 Legal Restrictions and Challenges
237
Chapter 10 Crime and Theory Applying Values and Strategies
271

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