Effective Policing? : Implementation in Theory and Practice.

By: Kirby, SMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Description: 1 online resource (228 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137026798Subject(s): PoliceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Effective Policing? : Implementation in Theory and PracticeDDC classification: 363.2 LOC classification: HV6001-7220.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1 'There Are Police and There Are Police': Exploring the Complexity of the Police Operating Framework -- Section 1: External factors that influence the effectiveness of the police -- Section 2: Internal factors that influence the effectiveness of the police -- Section 3: The importance of context -- 2 The Fundamental Building Blocks of Police Effectiveness -- Section 1: Strategic leadership - mission, resources, performance management and unintended consequences -- Section 2: The police-citizen relationship -- Section 3: Implementing a policing model -- 3 Reducing Crime -- Section 1: The level of crime: A baseline on which to judge effectiveness? -- Section 2: Reducing crime -- Section 3: Implementation failure in crime and disorder initiatives -- 4 Investigating Crime and Bringing Offenders to Justice -- Section 1: The criminal justice system -- Section 2: The investigation of crime -- Section 3: Major crime investigation -- Section 4: Implementation failure and the professionalization of investigation -- 5 Policing Critical Incidents and the Use of Force -- Section 1: The police management of firearms incidents -- Section 2: Policing disorder -- 6 Investigating Serious Organized Crime and Terrorism -- Section 1: Terrorism -- Section 2: Organized crime -- 7 Conclusion -- Section 1: Are the police effective? -- Section 2: The critical issues surrounding a more effective police service -- Section 3: Praxis - implementing theory into practice -- References -- Index.
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Cover -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1 'There Are Police and There Are Police': Exploring the Complexity of the Police Operating Framework -- Section 1: External factors that influence the effectiveness of the police -- Section 2: Internal factors that influence the effectiveness of the police -- Section 3: The importance of context -- 2 The Fundamental Building Blocks of Police Effectiveness -- Section 1: Strategic leadership - mission, resources, performance management and unintended consequences -- Section 2: The police-citizen relationship -- Section 3: Implementing a policing model -- 3 Reducing Crime -- Section 1: The level of crime: A baseline on which to judge effectiveness? -- Section 2: Reducing crime -- Section 3: Implementation failure in crime and disorder initiatives -- 4 Investigating Crime and Bringing Offenders to Justice -- Section 1: The criminal justice system -- Section 2: The investigation of crime -- Section 3: Major crime investigation -- Section 4: Implementation failure and the professionalization of investigation -- 5 Policing Critical Incidents and the Use of Force -- Section 1: The police management of firearms incidents -- Section 2: Policing disorder -- 6 Investigating Serious Organized Crime and Terrorism -- Section 1: Terrorism -- Section 2: Organized crime -- 7 Conclusion -- Section 1: Are the police effective? -- Section 2: The critical issues surrounding a more effective police service -- Section 3: Praxis - implementing theory into practice -- References -- Index.

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Stuart Kirby is a former police officer and Lecturer in Criminology at Lancaster University, UK.

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