The Police Manager

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The Police Manager gives practical, field-tested guidance to students and professionals who aspire to leadership roles in law enforcement, providing a comprehensive explanation of issues and challenges that they will face as police supervisors. The book is divided into four parts, covering historical and philosophical underpinnings, behavioral aspects of police management, functional aspects of police management, and major issues in modern police work.
 

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Contents

Part 1 Introductory Conceptsof Police Management
1
Chapter 2 From Philosophy to Outcomes
13
Chapter 3 Organizational Culture
27
Part 2 Behavioral Aspects of PoliceManagement
37
Chapter 5 Creating a Breed of Supersergeants1
59
Chapter 6 Succession Planning11This chapter is included with the permission of Edward Werder
75
Chapter 7 Organizational Environment
93
Chapter 8 Transactional Analysis11Chapter 8 is included with the permission of Dick McMahon
113
Chapter 16 Civil Liability and Accreditation1
227
Chapter 17 Ethics for the 21st Century
245
Establishing a Police Presence in Schools
259
Chapter 19 Assessment Center Process
275
Chapter 20 Leading Small and MediumSized Law Enforcement Agencies1
291
Afterword
305
Appendix A Orange County Sheriffs Office General Order
315
Appendix B Orange County Sheriffs Office General Order
321

Chapter 9 Understanding Personnel Through MBTI
135
Part 3 Functional Aspects of PoliceManagement
147
Chapter 11 Problem Identification and Decision Making
159
Chapter 12 Management by Objectives
171
Chapter 13 Fiscal Management
193
Major Issues
205
Chapter 15 The Use of Force
215
Appendix C Status Report Required Documents
323
Appendix D Agreement between the School Board of Orange County Florida and the Orange County Florida Sheriffs Office for the School Resourc...
331
Appendix E Orange County Sheriffs Office Special Order
335
Appendix F Orange County Sheriffs Office DARESROOrientation Week
337
Index
341
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About the author (2014)

Scott R. Lynch began his career in law enforcement in 1988 as a patrol deputy in the Orange County Sheriff’s office. He rose steadily through the ranks and currently serves as their staff director. He earned an MS in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida in 1991. His specializations include event security, private-sector liaison work, school safety, and critical incident management.

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