Progressive Police Supervision A Simple and Effective Approach for Managing a Police Agency

ISBN-10: 1608850226

ISBN-13: 9781608850228

Edition: 2010

Authors: Jody Kasper

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Confront the unique leadership challenges of 21st century policing with confidence, commitment and success! - Proven solutions to PR problems & tips for maintaining a positive image. - A practical perspective on policing: Where we've been, where we're going and why. - Successfully implementing changes for improvement. - The challenge of working with schools and the rewards of doing it well. - Step by step instructions for getting your agency accredited. - How "Total Quality Management" improves supervisors, officers & agencies.
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Book details

List price: $21.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Looseleaf Law Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/12/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

About the Author
Introduction
A Brief History of Policing in America
Robert Peel's London Metropolitan Police
Special Focus 1.1: Peel's Principles
The Political Era (1830 - 1940)
The Reform Era (1930 - 1970)
Police Community Relations
Precursors to the Community Policing Era
Community Policing Era (1980-2001?)
A New Era
Community Policing: What Is It?
Special Focus 2.1: Traditional Policing versus Community Policing
Community Policing Defined
Identifying the Stakeholders
Key Elements of Community Policing
The End of Community Policing
Identifying the Problems with Community Policing
Special Focus 3.1: The Challenges of Implementing Community Policing at the Northampton, Massachusetts Police Department
Today's Police Departments: Facing New Challenges
Terrorism
Interoperability
Funding
Community Expectations
Technology
Media
Professionalism/Accountability
Education
Keeping Focused: Identifying the Goals of Today's Police Department
Mission Statements
Special Focus 5.1: Sample Mission Statements
Identifying Specific Goals
Special Focus 5.2: Recruiting Strategies
The Millennials: Understanding the Next Generation
Defining the Millennial Generation
Millennial Characteristics
Millennial Expectations-Advancement
Millennial Expectations-Supervisory Contact
Millennial Expectations-Fairness
Millennial Expectations-Community/Global Perspective
Supervising in a New Era
Manager versus Leader
Contemporary Leadership Styles
Reengineering the Corporation
Management by Walking Around
Total Quality Management
Special Focus 7.1: Example: Total Quality Management Put into Practice
The Peter Principle
The Dilbert Principle
Characteristics of a Good Supervisor
Special Focus 7.2: Selecting the Best: How to Select Personnel for Promotion and Special Assignment
The Foundation of Every Police Department
Administrative Duties
Special Focus 8.1: Administrative Duties: East Brunswick, New Jersey Police Department
Accreditation
Special Focus 8.2: Becoming Accredited: A Five-Step Process
Minimum Hiring Standards-Education
Recruitment and Hiring
Police Training
Personnel Evaluations
New Technology
Police-Media Relations: Actively Shaping the Public's Image of the Police
Defining Media
Developing Positive Working Relationships with the Members of the Media
Self-promotion
Special Focus 9.1: Generating Positive Media Coverage: The 2008 and 2009 Citizen Police Academies Held by the Northampton, Massachusetts Police Department
Police Website
"Ask a Cop" Programs
Public Service Announcements
Creating Media Materials
Contributions to the Police Image
Patrol: Emphasizing Progressive Strategies
Key Components of Effective Patrol Methods
Proactive Approach
Special Focus 10.1: Sheriff's Theft Offense Prosecution Program (STOPP), Fairfield County, Ohio, Sheriff's Office
Geographic Patrol Assignment
Accountability
Community Partnerships and Collaboration
Special Focus 10.2: Hampshire County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
Forms of Patrol
Cruiser Patrol
Bicycle Patrol
Foot Patrol
Park and Walk Programs
Community Outreach: Proven Strategies That Work
Citizen Police Academy
Special Focus 11.1: Improving the Police Image: Anonymous Surveys Collected from Participants of a 2009 Citizen Police Academy
Ride-along Programs
Park and Walk
Neighborhood Watch
Special Focus 11.2: Neighborhood Watch, Farmington Hills, Michigan Police Department
Self-defense Programs
Police Week/Police Day
Interns
Other Outreach Activities
Citizen Surveys
Schools: Working Together
Communication and Collaboration: The School-Police Connection
Incident Training and Drills: Preparing for the Worst
Building Safety and Security: Physical Tactics
Special Assignments: Officers Working Inside Schools
Special Focus 12.1: Bullying
Educational Programming: Prevention through Understanding
Proven Success
Implementing Change: Have No Fear
A History of Resisting Change
Successfully Implementing Change
Accept that Change is Inevitable
Give Advanced Warning
Explain the Reason for the Change
Involve Employees in the Change Process
Provide Orientation and Training (if necessary)
Prepare to Reassess and Improve
Conclusion
Index
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