Mission Based Policing

ISBN-10: 1439850364
ISBN-13: 9781439850367
Edition: 2011
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Book details

List price: $148.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 8/1/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 257
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Graduate students in criminal justice and policing, police administrators and leaders, and criminal justice public policy professionals.

Series Editor's Preface
About the Authors
Introduction: Thinking about Crime's End
Toward a Mission-Based Model of Policing
The Unasked Question
The Unasked Question: How Do We End Crime?
Toward a Rethinking of Police Strategy
What's Wrong with American Policing?
Legitimacy and Effectiveness: Operation Cease-Fire
A Military Contribution to US Policing
Breadth of Counterinsurgent Military Practices
On Comparing Counterinsurgency and Policing
The Issue of Discourse
Overview of Core Elements in Mission-Based Policing
The Core Idea: A Mission Basis for Police Work
Philosophy: Principles Aimed at Fulfilling the Mission
Strategy: The Steps Taken to Fulfill the Mission
Tactics: The Operational Practices Aimed at Achieving Strategic Success
Organizational Design: The Organizational Structure for Strategic Success
Deployment: The Principle of Assigning Officers to Areas to Most Effectively Carry Out Tactical Operations
Endnotes
The Relationship between Police and Crime
Framing the Deployment Problem: Police and Calls for Service
Calls for Service Is a Misleading "Measurement" of Crime
Calls for Service as a Drain on Police Resources
Rapid Response as a Measure of Police "Lateness" to Crime
Operations in a Calls for Service Model
The Problem of Underdeployment in High Crime Areas
Framing the Command Problem of Current Deployment Practices
Discretion and the Problem of Command Control
Detectives and Crime Fighting
Endnotes
Redesigning American Policing, Principles 1 and 2: Focus and Effectiveness
The Principle of Focus
Organizing for Serious Crime
Compstat: A Precursor to Mission-Based Policing
The Command Accountability Loop
Issues with Compstat
Being Where the Crime Is
The Principle of Police Effectiveness
Effectiveness of the Police Derives from Their Role as Guardians
Components of Effective Guardianship: Deterrence and Legitimacy
Background Deterrence
Focused Deterrence
Deterrence, Legitimacy, and the Problem of Arrest
Legitimacy
Endnotes
Redesigning American Policing, Principles 3 and 4: Deployment and Integrity
The Principle of Layered Deployment
The Deployment Model
Hot Zones
At-Risk Areas
Safe Zones and the Response Blanket
The Operator Concept
Deployment and Crime Mapping
The Principle of Mission Integrity
Problem Solving, Not Incident Management, Is the Task of the Police in Hot Zones
Hot Zone Problem Solving: Toward an Enforcement-Based Model
POP and Shallow Problem Solving
Enforcement-Initiated Problem Solving
Problem Solving and Hot Shots
Hot Spot Policing and Mission-Based Policing: A Comparison
Endnotes
The Principle of Mission's End: Logical Lines of Operation
The Line of Operation Structure Applied to Police
Information Operations
Legitimacy
Community Outreach
Grievances
Security Operations
POP and Violent Crime
Establish/Restore Essential Services
Weed and Seed
W&S Barriers to Success
W&S and the Problem of Disinvestment
Endnotes
The Integration of Urban Planning, Economic Development, and Security
Thinking Big: The Development of Viable Urban Centers
Neighborhood Reinvestment and Recovery in the Current Era
BIDs: Private/Public Partnerships for Funding Neighborhood Recovery
Reinvestment Planning in North Omaha
North Omaha Development Project
The North Omaha Village Zone Action Plan
The Role of Hot Zone Security for Village Zone Complex Investment and Development
Problem-Oriented Policing for Single Family Construction Home Theft
Two Seeming Contradictions of Mission
Endnotes
Model Integration and Staging Lines of Operation
Staging Logical Lines of Operation
Identify the Injury
Stop the Bleeding
Inpatient Care and Treatment
Recovery
State and National Recommendations
The Hot Zone Model: Population-Centric Crime Suppression Control
Endnotes
Hot Zone Redeployment and Command Restructuring: A Practical Example
Hot Spots and Police Districts
Place and Crime in Historical Perspective
A Brief History of Place
Contemporary Research on Place
What Is a "Hot Spot" and How Is It Measured?
Hypothetical Operational Example: Omaha, Nebraska
Hot Spots in Omaha
Hot Spots and Police Districts
Endnotes
Toward a Mission-Based Command and Deployment Structure
Current Commands, Deployments, and Assignments
Reorganization toward a Mission Structure
The Precinct Integrity Model: From Fixed District Assignments to Command-Driven Deployment
The Strategic Operations Unit
The Five Principles of Mission-Based Policing: Local Applications
The Principle of Focus
The Principle of Police Effectiveness
The Principle of Layered Deployment
The Principle of Mission Integrity
The Principle of Mission's End
Anticipated Problems
References
Index

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