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NCJ Number: 41922 Find in a Library
Title: INTERVIEW WITH MORTON BARD (ISSUED IN TWO NUMBERED PARTS) (AUDIO COLLOQUIES SERIES)
Corporate Author: Harper and Row
United States of America
Editor(s): C HARRISHOWARD G
Project Director: G HOWARD
Date Published: 1976
Sponsoring Agency: Harper and Row
New York, NY 10022
Harper and Row Media
Hagerstown, MD 21740
Not Available Through National Institute of Justice/NCJRS Document Loan Program
Rockville, MD 20849
Publication Number: 24-61267; 24-61481
Sale Source: Harper and Row Media
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Not Available Through National Institute of Justice/NCJRS Document Loan Program
Rockville, MD 20849
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: IN THE FIRST PART OF THE TAPED INTERVIEW, DR. MORTON BARD OUTLINES THE DIFFERENCES OF CRISIS INTERVENTION V. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AS THEY RELATE TO POLICING. IN THE SECOND PART HE DISCUSSES THE VICTIMS OF CRIMES.
Abstract: BARD TRACES HIS OWN CAREER IN CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND THE CHANGES THAT HAVE BEEN MADE TOWARDS THE MORE 'HUMAN SERVICE' ASPECTS OF THE POLICE FUNCTION. HE DISCUSSES THE AUTHORITARIAN VS. THE AUTHORITATIVE OFFICER AS WELL AS THE POLICE 'MARLBORO MAN' IMAGE. THE DISCUSSION IN THE FIRST PART THEN CONCLUDES WITH A LOOK AT THE DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED BY POLICE ADMINISTRATORS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON CHANGES IN LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND THE ROLE OF THE POLICE OFFICER IN THE FUTURE. IN PART II, BARD QUESTIONS WHO THE REAL VICTIMS OF CRIME ARE AND HOW WE CAN BEST DEVELOP PROGRAMS TO SERVE THEIR VERY REAL NEEDS. HE LOOKS AT PRESENT RESEARCH IN THIS FIELD AND DISCUSSES THE NEED TO SENSITIZE THOSE WHO COME INTO CONTACT WITH VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES.(AUTHOR ABSTRACT MODIFIED)... TWH
Index Term(s): Attitudes toward authority; Conflict resolution; Counseling; Crisis intervention; Families of crime victims; Management; Police attitudes; Role perception; Victim services; Victims of Crime
Note: *This document is currently unavailable from NCJRS. TWO TAPES, FOUR 50-MINUTE SIDES (200 MIN TOTAL), 1976
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