Police Innovation Contrasting Perspectives

ISBN-10: 0521544831

ISBN-13: 9780521544832

Edition: 2005

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This volume brings together leading police scholars to examine eight major innovations that have emerged over the last three decades: community policing, broken windows policing, problem oriented policing, pulling levers policing, third party policing, hot spots policing, Compstat and evidence-based policing.
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List price: $54.99
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 5/4/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 388
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.628
Language: English

Sally S. Simpson (Ph.D. University of Massachusetts/Amherst) is Professor and Chair of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland/College Park. Ongoing research projects include a factorial survey of environmental professionals to assess regulatory attitudes toward and strategies for business, a meta-analysis of corporate crime intervention and control strategies for the Campbell Consortium Crime and Justice Group (CCJG), and the WEV study (a multi-city retrospective study of incarcerated women's experience of violence). Professor Simpson is past President of the White-Collar Crime Research Consortium and current Chair of the Crime, Law, and Deviance Section of the American Sociological Association. She is a board member of the Maryland Police Training Commission, the Children�s Justice Act Committee, and the Maryland Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board. David Weisburd is Walter E. Meyer Professor of Law and Criminal Justice and Director of the Institute of Criminology at the Hebrew University and Distinguished Professor of Administration of Justice at George Mason University. He is an elected fellow of the American Society of Criminology and of the Academy of Experimental Criminology. He is also editor of the Journal of Experimental Criminology. Professor Weisburd was part of the Yale White Collar Crime project, from which his book Crimes of the Middle Classes was developed. Professor Weisburd has also co-authored White Collar Crime and Criminal Careers and White Collar Crime Reconsidered. nbsp;

Introduction David Weisburd
Community Policing
The promise of community policing
Community policing: a skeptical view
Broken Windows
Of 'Broken Windows' criminology and criminal justice
Incivilities reduction policing, zero tolerance, and the retreat from coproduction: weak foundations and strong pressures
Problem-Oriented Policing
Science, values and problem-oriented policing: why problem-oriented policing
Problem-oriented policing: the disconnect between principles and practice
Pulling Levers Policing
Old wine in new bottles: policing and the lessons of pulling levers
Partnership, accountability, and innovation: clarifying Boston's experience with pulling levers
Third Party Policing
The case for third party policing
Third party policing: a critical view
Hot Spots Policing
Hot spots policing as a model for police innovation
The limits of hot spots policing
Compstat
Compstat's innovation
Changing everything so that everything can remain the same: Compstat and American policing
Evidence-Based Policing
Evidence-based policing for crime prevention
Improving police through expertise, experience and experiments
Conclusion
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