Global community policing : problems and challenges / edited by Arvind Verma, Dilip K. Das, and Manoj Abraham. - Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, ©2013. - 1 online resource (xxii, 252 pages). - eBooks on Demand International police executive symposium co-publication .

Includes bibliographical references.

Ch.1 Community Policing: Theoretical Problems and Operational Issues -- Ch.2 The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Community Policing in Democratic Nigeria: Agenda Setting for National Development -- Ch.3 Police e Mardumi: Indigenous District-Level Civilian Policing in Afghanistan -- Ch.4 The National Challenge on Increase in Crime: Comprehensive Initiatives on Crime Reduction in Japan -- Ch.5 A Study on Mahila Dakshata/Suraksha Samities of Maharashtra -- Ch.6 Friends of Police (FOP): A Concept for Empowerment and a Movement in Community Policing -- Ch.7 Janamaithri Suraksha Project: Community Policing Project of the Government of Kerala -- Ch.8 Predatory Leadership as a Foil to Community Policing Partnerships: A West African Case Study -- Ch.9 Public Satisfaction With Police: Case Study From Sweden -- Ch.10 Community Policing in South Korea: Do Line Officers and Supervisors Feel the Same? -- Ch.11 The Weed and Seed Initiative and Police Activity Within Communities -- Ch.12 The Survival of Community Policing in a Remilitarized Police Approach: A Paradoxical Case of South Africa -- Ch.13 Community Policing in the Netherlands: A Continuously Changing Constant -- IPES History.

In nations all over the world, community policing has been found extremely beneficial in improving public confidence in the police. Community-oriented policing and police-citizen cooperation is now the accepted framework for all progressive police departments. Drawn from the proceedings at the 2010 International Police Executive Symposium (IPES) in Kerala, India and other IPES sources, Global Community Policing: Problems and Challengespresents new insights into this policing model and a critical appraisal of successes and challenges in various jurisdictions across the globe. The book begins with a chapter on how governments can design, implement, and support community policing based on lessons learned from history. Next, it explores research findings and pilot programs for community policing in eight different regions from Sweden to South Africa. Topics addressed include police safety, female empowerment, the impact of emotional intelligence on community policing, predatory leadership, operational challenges, interactions between police and persons with mental illness, and civilian policing. The book examines ways of measuring the success of police policies through citizen surveys and other methods. It also discusses Operation Weed and Seed, a community policing initiative in the United States. A valuable resource for researchers and practitioners of community-oriented policing, this book demonstrates how the practices and even some of the principles guiding the framework of community policing vary greatly across jurisdictions. By reviewing the benefits and challenges inherent in this innovative policing model, police administrators can devise systems that best meet the needs of their communities.

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