Supervision of Police Personnel, 10th edition

  • Nathan F. Iannone, 
  • Marvin D. Iannone, 
  • Jeff Bernstein, 
  • Robert Dowd

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Hallmark features of this title

Time-tested preparation for promotional exams

  • The text is closely aligned with police sergeant and lieutenant job analyses and associated promotional exams.
  • Tips for preparing for promotional exams appear in the preface, including how to use this text as a resource.
  • Photographs in every chapter enhance recall of topics as students prepare for promotional exams.

Legal and professional obligations of leadership

  • Coverage of the legal and professional aspects of leadership aligns the text with current laws as well as preferred practices of progressive police organizations.
  • Proven techniques for leading personnel, such as boosting and maintaining morale, builds an appreciation for supervisory and managerial roles and how to maximize leadership potential.

Published by Pearson (October 1st 2023) - Copyright © 2024

ISBN-13: 9780137930692

Subject: Criminal Justice

Category: Policing / Law Enforcement

Table of contents

  1. The Supervisor’s Role
  2. The Supervisor’s Function in Organization, Administration, and Management
  3. Leadership, Supervision, and Command Presence
  4. The Training Function: Problems and Approaches to the Instructional Process
  5. Interpersonal Communications
  6. Principles of Employee Interviewing
  7. Some Psychological Aspects of Supervision
  8. Special Problems in Counseling and Remediation
  9. Employee Dissatisfaction and Grievances
  10. Discipline: Principles, Policies, and Practices
  11. Personnel Complaint Investigation Procedures and Techniques
  12. Personnel Evaluation Systems and Performance Rating Standards
  13. Tactical Deployment of Field Forces
  14. Legal Knowledge Every Supervisor and Manager Should Have
  15. Other Important Supervisory and Management Topics


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