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NCJ Number: 31112 Find in a Library
Title: TOWARD A PROFESSIONAL POLICE
Author(s): R E CLIFT
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 242
Sponsoring Agency: Davis Publishing Co
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Sale Source: Davis Publishing Co
250 Potrero Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS BOOK ADDRESSES THE NEEDS OF POLICE AGENCIES FOR ADEQUATE MANPOWER, GOOD MEN, GOOD SUPERVISION, PROPER EQUIPMENT, PUBLIC SUPPORT, AND COURT SUPPORT.
Abstract: PART ONE DESCRIBES HOW ADEQUACY OR MANPOWER IS BEING MET. PART TWO RELATES TO THE IMPORTANT MATTER OF DEVELOPING GOOD MEN. PART THREE DEALS WITH THE IMPERATIVENESS OF GOOD LEADERSHIP. PART FOUR DEFINES THE KIND OF EQUIPMENT USED IN MANY DEPARTMENTS. PART FIVE DISCUSSES THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PUBLIC SUPPORT IN POLICE WORK. PART SIX RELATES TO THE ALL IMPORTANT TASK OF DEVELOPING COURT AND LAW SUPPORT. THE FINAL PART COMPRISES AN OVERVIEW OF THESE MAJOR ASPECTS OF POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT)
Index Term(s): Interagency cooperation; Police command and control; Police community relations; Police equipment; Police management; Police personnel; Police resource allocation; Professionalization
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