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Police and the changing community; selected readings, edited by Nelson A. Watson.

By: Police chief.
Contributor(s): Watson, Nelson A [editor.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Washington], [International Association of Chiefs of Police], [1965]Description: v, 240 pages illustrations, forms, portraits 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Police -- United StatesDDC classification: 323.08
Contents:
Foreword / Quinn Tamm -- I. Basic thoughts. A. The invisible wall / Quinn Tamm -- B. The police and community conflict / William P. Brown -- C. Democracy or mobocracy? / Quinn Tamm -- D. "Police brutality" or "smoke screen"? / Quinn Tamm -- E. Have police kept pace? / John J. O'Connell -- F. Cooperation and integrity : watchwords of police service / Quinn Tamm -- G. Civil disobedience / Michael J. Murphy -- H.A Nation Justice Foundation / Quinn Tamm -- II. Public attitudes. A. Some aspects of the public attitude toward police /James J. Allman -- B Police brutality / Francis Nugent -- C. Social integration and police authority / Michael Banton -- III. Police and race tension. A. Viewpoints of minority groups supporting integration / Roy Wilkins, James Farmer, E. Eric Lincoln -- B. New dimensions in race tension and conflict / Joseph Lohman -- C. Minority group rights and the police / Donald E. Clark -- D. New York City police commissioner state policy on demonstrations / Michael J. Murphy -- E. Police training for interracial problems / Thomas J. Cahill -- IV. Police responsibilities--viewpoints / Herbert T. Jenkins, Fred L. Boyd, Paul B. Calhoun, E.C. Hale, Arthur B. Caldwell -- V. Anarchy on the campus / Charles E. Moore -- VI. Police--community relations. A. The St. Louis seminar / H. Sam Priest and Curtis Brostron -- B. Establishing a police-community relations office / James J. Allman -- C. Community organizations as a solution / Oscar Handlen -- D. Developing a precinct or district committee / Leo Peck -- E. Programming for citizen participation / Clement S. Mihanovich -- F. Practical communication tools for group involvement / W.R. Carmack -- G. Community-public relations : differences and similarities / Alfred Fleischman -- H. Nature and purpose of police-community programs / Louis Radelet -- VII. Civil Rights Act of 1964 : its implications for law enforcement -- A. IACP police executives conference and objectives / Daniel S.C. Liu -- B. The civil rights law : its scope and limitations / Arthur B. Caldwell -- C. The federal Community Relations Service / LeRoy Collins -- D. Local problems arising from the 1964 Act / Homer Garrison -- E. Utilizing community resources / Herbert T. Jenkins -- F. Police professionalism and civil rights / Quinn Tamm -- G. Developing guidelines for police practices / Nelson A. Watson -- VIII. Police planning. A. Police planning operations and techniques / Curtis Brostron -- B. Meeting current problems / E. Wilson Purdy -- C. Operational planning / Robert R.J. Gallati -- F. The police and the schools / Bernard R. Kaplan and Sidney Lodge -- G. The police and the schools / Lander C. Hamilton and Bernard R. Kaplan -- IX. Police and group behavior / Nelson A. Watson -- X. Moral aspects of law enforcement / Frank C. Bourbon.
Summary: These articles on police-community relations, from issues of police chief were selected for their pertinence as reference material. The material deals with problems of racial tension, jazz festivals, youths congregating at beach resorts, campus unrest, sporting events, and group resistance to normal police procedures in handling crime on the street. There is variation in opinions and viewpoints. Major areas covered are: basic thought, public attitudes, police and race tension, police responsibilities, anarchy on the campus, police-community relations, Civil Rights Act of 1964, police planning, police and group behavior, and moral aspects of law enforcement.
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"Articles which have appeared ... in the Police chief."

Includes bibliographical references.

Foreword / Quinn Tamm -- I. Basic thoughts. A. The invisible wall / Quinn Tamm -- B. The police and community conflict / William P. Brown -- C. Democracy or mobocracy? / Quinn Tamm -- D. "Police brutality" or "smoke screen"? / Quinn Tamm -- E. Have police kept pace? / John J. O'Connell -- F. Cooperation and integrity : watchwords of police service / Quinn Tamm -- G. Civil disobedience / Michael J. Murphy -- H.A Nation Justice Foundation / Quinn Tamm -- II. Public attitudes. A. Some aspects of the public attitude toward police /James J. Allman -- B Police brutality / Francis Nugent -- C. Social integration and police authority / Michael Banton -- III. Police and race tension. A. Viewpoints of minority groups supporting integration / Roy Wilkins, James Farmer, E. Eric Lincoln -- B. New dimensions in race tension and conflict / Joseph Lohman -- C. Minority group rights and the police / Donald E. Clark -- D. New York City police commissioner state policy on demonstrations / Michael J. Murphy -- E. Police training for interracial problems / Thomas J. Cahill -- IV. Police responsibilities--viewpoints / Herbert T. Jenkins, Fred L. Boyd, Paul B. Calhoun, E.C. Hale, Arthur B. Caldwell -- V. Anarchy on the campus / Charles E. Moore -- VI. Police--community relations. A. The St. Louis seminar / H. Sam Priest and Curtis Brostron -- B. Establishing a police-community relations office / James J. Allman -- C. Community organizations as a solution / Oscar Handlen -- D. Developing a precinct or district committee / Leo Peck -- E. Programming for citizen participation / Clement S. Mihanovich -- F. Practical communication tools for group involvement / W.R. Carmack -- G. Community-public relations : differences and similarities / Alfred Fleischman -- H. Nature and purpose of police-community programs / Louis Radelet -- VII. Civil Rights Act of 1964 : its implications for law enforcement -- A. IACP police executives conference and objectives / Daniel S.C. Liu -- B. The civil rights law : its scope and limitations / Arthur B. Caldwell -- C. The federal Community Relations Service / LeRoy Collins -- D. Local problems arising from the 1964 Act / Homer Garrison -- E. Utilizing community resources / Herbert T. Jenkins -- F. Police professionalism and civil rights / Quinn Tamm -- G. Developing guidelines for police practices / Nelson A. Watson -- VIII. Police planning. A. Police planning operations and techniques / Curtis Brostron -- B. Meeting current problems / E. Wilson Purdy -- C. Operational planning / Robert R.J. Gallati -- F. The police and the schools / Bernard R. Kaplan and Sidney Lodge -- G. The police and the schools / Lander C. Hamilton and Bernard R. Kaplan -- IX. Police and group behavior / Nelson A. Watson -- X. Moral aspects of law enforcement / Frank C. Bourbon.

These articles on police-community relations, from issues of police chief were selected for their pertinence as reference material. The material deals with problems of racial tension, jazz festivals, youths congregating at beach resorts, campus unrest, sporting events, and group resistance to normal police procedures in handling crime on the street. There is variation in opinions and viewpoints. Major areas covered are: basic thought, public attitudes, police and race tension, police responsibilities, anarchy on the campus, police-community relations, Civil Rights Act of 1964, police planning, police and group behavior, and moral aspects of law enforcement.

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