Community and Problem-Oriented Policing: Effectively Addressing Crime and Disorder

Community and Problem-Oriented Policing: Effectively Addressing Crime and Disorder, 7th edition

  • Ken J. Peak, 
  • Ronald W. Glensor

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Overview

Community and Problem-Oriented Policing examines "what works" in policing strategy and problem solving today. You'll look at current practices for controlling and preventing crime and disorder in communities across the US, while considering how and why agencies are revolutionizing their philosophies and operations.

Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2018

ISBN-13: 9780137408511

Subject: Criminal Justice

Category: Policing / Law Enforcement

Table of contents

PART I: THE LONG ROAD TO COMMUNITY POLICING AND PROBLEM SOLVING
1. Evolution: The Geneses of Community Policing
2. Community Partnerships: Building Accord in a Time of Discord

PART II: POLICING'S DUAL PRIORITIES: MANAGING DIVERSITY AND HOMELAND PROTECTION
3. Policing a Diverse Society
4. Protecting the Homeland: An International Problem for Local Police

PART III: PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESSES, PROGRAMS, AND PRACTICES
5. Problem Solving: A Process Model
6. Crime Prevention: Programs and Practices
7. Tools for Problem Solving: Using Information Technology

PART IV: NEEDED: ORGANIZATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR PROBLEM SOLVING
8. Changing Agency Culture: Toward Constitutional and Legitimate Policing
9. Planning and Implementation: Keys to Success
10. Training for Problem Solving: "Learning by Doing"
11. Evaluating and Assessing Outcomes: Do the Responses "Measure Up"?

PART V: ADDRESSING TODAY'S CRIME AND DISORDER
12. Problem Solving in Practice: "What Works" with Drugs, Youth Gangs and Violence, and Neighborhood Disorder
13. Addressing Offenders and Victims: Mental Illness, Domestic Violence, Cyber Criminals, Human Trafficking

PART VI: CHALLENGES AHEAD
14. Future Opportunities-and Obstacles

Answers

Appendix 1: Award-Winning Problem-Solving Case Studies
Appendix 2: Model Academic Curriculum for Problem-Oriented Policing

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