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NCJ Number: 68877 Find in a Library
Title: METHODS OF HANDLING COMPLAINTS AGAINST THE POLICE - AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Author(s): E D COLLINS
Corporate Author: Council of Planning Librarians Bibliographies
United States of America
Date Published: 1979
Page Count: 32
Sponsoring Agency: Council of Planning Librarians Bibliographies
Chicago, IL 60637
Sale Source: Council of Planning Librarians Bibliographies
1313 East 60th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
United States of America
Type: Bibliography
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: MATTERS OF POLICE CONDUCT, RESPONSIBILITY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY ARE COVERED IN THIS INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY, WHICH INCLUDES MATERIALS PUBLISHED BETWEEN 1972 AND 1979.
Abstract: ADDRESSED ESPECIALLY TO AN AUDIENCE OF PROCEDURE PLANNERS AND GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL, THIS BRIEFLY ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY CONTAINS A COMPLETE SELECTION OF IMPORTANT LITERATURE FOCUSING ON METHODS OF DEALING WITH COMPLAINTS AGAINST THE POLICE, WHICH, ACCORDING TO THE AUTHOR, ARE INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS SERVING THE LARGER PURPOSE OF POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY. DIVIDED INTO TWO MAIN SECTIONS (LITERATURE DEALING WITH THE REVIEW ITSELF AND PERSPECTIVES ON POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY), THE BIBLIOGRAPHY HAS SUBSECTIONS DEALING WITH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS: GENERAL DISCUSSION OF REVIEW; INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REVIEW COMPARED; COMPLAINTS AGAINST THE POLICE FROM AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE; POLICE AND SOCIAL CONTROL; ADMINISTRATIVE RULE-MAKING AND INTERNAL REFORM; POLICE USE OF DEADLY FORCE; POLICE-COMMUNITY RELATIONS, AND COMMUNITY CONTROL. A DIRECTORY OF PUBLISHERS IS APPENDED.
Index Term(s): Accountability; Citizen grievances; Police community relations; Reference materials
Note: CPL (COUNCIL OF PLANNING LIBRARIANS) BIBLIOGRAPHY N 19
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