Police and Society Study Text Study Guide

 

Chapter 2The Development of American Police:  An Historical Overview

Chapter 4:  Law Enforcement Training:  Changes and Challenges

Chapter 5:  Police Discretionary Behavior:  A Study of Style

Chapter 7:  Police Response to Persons with Mental Illness

Chapter 8:  How Police Supervisory Styles Influence Patrol Officer Behavior

Chapter 9Traditional and Innovative Police Responses to Domestic Violence

Chapter 10:  Information Technology Innovations in Policing

Chapter 11:  Introduction to Early Intervention Systems

Chapter 12Compstat:  An Analysis of the Emerging Police Managerial Paradigm

Chapter 13Geographic Information Systems:  Applications for Police

Chapter 15Addressing Police Misconduct: The Role of Citizen Complaints

Chapter 16:  Ethics and Law Enforcement

Chapter 17Law Enforcement Agency Responses to Racially Biased Policing and the Perceptions of Its Practice

Chapter 18: An Afrocentric Perspective on Policing

Do you agree with the authorís perspective? Provide examples to support your argument.

Chapter 19:  Women Officers on the Move

Chapter 20:  Broken Windows

Chapter 22:  Community Policing: Elements and Effects

Chapter 23Problem-Oriented Policing

Chapter 26:  Police Use of Deadly Force: How Courts and Policy Makers Have Misapplied Tennessee v. Garner

Chapter 29:  Toward an Understanding of the Physical Hazards of Police Work