Police Administration: Structures, Processes, and Behavior
Macmillan, 1993 - Police administration - 696 pages
Covers the field of police administration and provides a carefully balanced treatment of its procedural, structural, and behavioral aspects.
Coverage includes stress in police organizations; the plight of core cities which are losing veteran officers to better paying and less hazardous suburban agencies; police suicides, current policing strategies; women officers; developing quality leadership; the use and misuse of crime statistics; and domestic violence by police officers.
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