The New Police Report Manual

Author: Devallis Rutledge

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN: 9781928916130

Category: Education

Page: 176

View: 3730

This manual is the undisputed authority on plain-talk report writing techniques. Interesting and easy-to-read, it provides hundreds of examples that show easier and better ways to write without any spelling or grammar lessons. It is valuable as a supplemental reader for investigations or police communications courses. Students will devour this book and gain an incredible understanding of the impact report writing has on the complex issues surrounding a case.

Report Writing for Security Personnel

Author: Christopher A. Hertig,Gary E. Bittner

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 1483141543

Category: Law

Page: 136

View: 8974

Report Writing for Security Personnel

Encyclopedia of Community Corrections

Author: Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 1506354890

Category: Social Science

Page: 520

View: 7131

In response to recognition in the late 1960s and early 1970s that traditional incarceration was not working, alternatives to standard prison settings were sought and developed. One of those alternatives—community-based corrections—had been conceived in the 1950s as a system that might prove more progressive, humane, and effective, particularly with people who had committed less serious criminal offenses and for whom incarceration, with constant exposure to serious offenders and career criminals, might prove more damaging than rehabilitative. The alternative of community corrections has evolved to become a substantial part of the criminal justice and correctional system, spurred in recent years not so much by a progressive, humane philosophy as by dramatically increasing prison populations, court orders to "fix" overextended prison settings, and an economic search for cost savings. Although community correction programs have been in place for some 40 years now, to date no comprehensive reference resource has tackled this topic. Accessible and jargon-free and available in both print and electronic formats, the one-volume Encyclopedia of Community Corrections will explore all aspects of community corrections, from its philosophical foundation to its current inception. Features & Benefits: 150 signed entries (each with Cross References and Further Readings) are organized in A-to-Z fashion to give students easy access to the full range of topics in community corrections. A thematic Reader's Guide in the front matter groups entries by broad topical or thematic areas to make it easy for users to find related entries at a glance. In the electronic version, the Reader's Guide combines with a detailed Index and the Cross References to provide users with convenient search-and-browse capacities. A Chronology in the back matter helps students put individual events into broader historical context. A Glossary provides students with concise definitions to key terms in the field. A Resource Guide to classic books, journals, and web sites (along with the Further Readings accompanying each entry) guides students to further resources in their research journeys. An Appendix offers statistics from the Bureau of Justice.

Criminal Investigation

Author: Wayne Bennett,Kären Hess

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 0495093408

Category: Social Science

Page: 704

View: 2215

This text stresses the practical procedures, techniques, and applications of private and public investigations to provide students with a solid foundation in criminal investigation. It seamlessly integrates coverage of modern investigative tools alongside discussion of established investigation policies, procedures, and techniques for the law enforcement officer. The 8th Edition features updated, enhanced coverage of such important topics as terrorism and homeland security, cybercrime, forensics and physical evidence, federal law enforcement investigations, report writing, crimes against children, photography and sketching, preparing and presenting cases in court, and identity theft. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Island of Vice

Theodore Roosevelt's Quest to Clean Up Sin-Loving New York

Author: Richard Zacks

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: 0385534027

Category: History

Page: 368

View: 5891

A ROLLICKING NARRATIVE HISTORY OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S EMBATTLED TENURE AS POLICE COMMISSIONER OF CORRUPT, PLEASURE-LOVING NEW YORK CITY IN THE 1880s, AND HIS DOOMED MISSION TO WIPE OUT VICE In the 1890s, New York City was America’s financial, manufacturing, and entertainment capital, and also its preferred destination for sin, teeming with 40,000 prostitutes, glittering casinos, and all-night dives packed onto the island’s two dozen square miles. Police captains took hefty bribes to see nothing while reformers writhed in frustration. In Island of Vice, bestselling author Richard Zacks paints a vivid picture of the lewd underbelly of 1890s New York, and of Theodore Roosevelt, the cocksure crusading police commissioner who resolved to clean up the bustling metropolis, where the silk top hats of Wall Street bobbed past teenage prostitutes trawling Broadway. Writing with great wit and zest, Zacks explores how Roosevelt went head-to-head with corrupt Tammany Hall, took midnight rambles with muckraker Jacob Riis, banned barroom drinking on Sundays, and tried to convince 2 million New Yorkers to enjoy wholesome family fun. In doing so, Teddy made a ruthless enemy of police captain “Big Bill” Devery, who grew up in the Irish slums and never tired of fighting “tin soldier” reformers. Roosevelt saw his mission as a battle of good versus evil; Devery saw prudery standing in the way of fun and profit. When righteous Roosevelt’s vice crackdown started to succeed all too well, many of his own supporters began to turn on him. Cynical newspapermen mocked his quixotic quest, his own political party abandoned him, and Roosevelt discovered that New York loves its sin more than its salvation. Zacks’s meticulous research and wonderful sense of narrative verve bring this disparate cast of both pious and bawdy New Yorkers to life. With cameos by Stephen Crane, J. P. Morgan, and Joseph Pulitzer, plus a horde of very angry cops, Island of Vice is an unforgettable portrait of turn-of-the-century New York in all its seedy glory, and a brilliant portrayal of the energetic, confident, and zealous Roosevelt, one of America’s most colorful public figures. From the Hardcover edition.

The New World of Police Accountability

Author: Samuel E. Walker,Carol A. Archbold

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 1544339208

Category: Social Science

Page: 360

View: 7637

Completely revised to cover recent events and research, the Third Edition of The New World of Police Accountability provides an original and comprehensive analysis of some of the most important developments in police accountability and reform strategies. With a keen and incisive perspective, esteemed authors and policing researchers, Samuel Walker and Carol Archbold, address the most recent developments and provide an analysis of what works, what reforms are promising, and what has proven unsuccessful. The book’s analysis draws on current research, as well as the President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing and the reforms embodied in Justice Department consent decrees. New to the Third Edition: The national crisis over police legitimacy and use of force is put into context through extensive discussions of recent police shootings and the response to this national crisis, providing readers a valuable perspective on the positive steps that have been taken and the limits of those steps. Coverage of the issues related to police officer uses of force is now the prevailing topic in Chapter 3 and includes detailed discussion of the topic, including de-escalation, tactical decision making, and the important changes in training related to these issues. An updated examination of the impact of technology on policing, including citizens’ use of recording devices, body-worn cameras, open data provided by police agencies, and use of social media, explores how technology contributes to police accountability in the United States. A complete, up-to-date discussion of citizen oversight of the police provides details on the work of selected oversight agencies, including the positive developments and their limitations, enabling readers to have an informed discussion of the subject. Detailed coverage of routine police activities that often generate public controversy now includes such topics as responding to mental health calls, domestic violence calls, and police "stop and frisk" practices. Issues related to policing and race relations are addressed head-on through a careful examination of the data, as well as the impact of recent reforms that have attempted to achieve professional, bias-free policing.

Police Operations

Theory and Practice

Author: Kären M. Hess,Henry M. Wrobleski

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780314202253

Category: Police

Page: 684

View: 8711

Intended for the Introduction to Policing or Police Operations course taught at two- and four-year schools in departments of Criminal Justice. This text is a comprehensive presentation of what police do and how, with emphasis on critical thinking, problem solving, and community involvement. The authors incorporate the latest research on patrol techniques, cultural diversity, and changes in police administration policy. This book goes beyond the traditional focus on the patrol function of policing, but is still geared toward the student pursuing a career in law enforcement.

Criminal Investigation

Author: Wayne W. Bennett,Kären M. Hess

Publisher: West Publishing Company

ISBN: N.A

Category: Criminal investigation

Page: 711

View: 1424

Police

Author: United States. National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 668

View: 8906

Report on Police

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Police

Page: 668

View: 508

The Police Chief

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Police

Page: N.A

View: 6627

Report Writing Essentials

Author: Lance A. Parr

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780942728996

Category: Education

Page: 96

View: 6764

Excellent for advanced officer training, colleges, and academies. This text is an easy-to-understand, step-by-step workbook format. This approach provides immediate feedback to the reader, while helping to produce better public safety reports. Includes examples of both good and poor police reports, along with dozens of grammar and punctuation exercises for developing good report writing skills. It also addresses the broad range of problems identified as the greatest causes of confusing reports. Using police-oriented language and scenarios, students quickly learn how to correctly structure reports. An excellent companion for THE NEW POLICE REPORT MANUAL by Ruthledge.

The New World of Police Accountability

Author: Samuel Walker

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 1412909449

Category: Social Science

Page: 243

View: 1308

This book examines coverage of current police controversies; discusses important new mechanisms of accountability, such as comprehensive use of force reporting, citizen complaint procedures, early intervention systems, and police auditors; provides extensive coverage of racial profiling; includes a helpful list of Web sites for further research on the topics covered in the book. It is designed as a supplementary textbook for undergraduate and graduate policing courses in the departments of criminal justice and criminology. The book will also be of interest to scholars, police officials, citizen oversight officials, and community activists.

The New CEO Corporate Leadership Manual

Strategic and Analytical Tools for Growth

Author: Steven M. Bragg

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118093062

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 344

View: 2000

The ultimate instruction manual for every new CEO The New CEO Corporate Leadership Manual is essential reading for every CEO needing a blueprint for the role of CEO, including an overview of organizational structure, corporate strategy, management systems and finance. Along with considerable information about the financial systems needed for a modern corporation, with particular emphasis on funds management, going public, and dealing with investors, this important book explains how to select acquisition targets, price them appropriately, and successfully integrate them, as well as how to turn around a failing enterprise. Gives new CEOs a hard, quantitative view of the systems and techniques needed to run a company Discusses the CEO's place in the corporation Explores information technology strategy, tax strategy, outsourcing strategy and more Filled with pragmatic insights, proactive strategies, and best practices, The New CEO Corporate Leadership Manual is destined to become the desktop companion you employ to be successful in your new position.