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Effective policing

John Jammes

Effective policing

the French Gendarmerie.

by John Jammes

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Published by MCB Publications in Bradford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEuropean insights -- 13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22236610M
ISBN 100861761294

"This book provides a unique insight into the way policing is performed. By embracing both organizational management issues as well as operational police business such as crime reduction and detection, firearms, disorder, organised crime and terrorism, it provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary police theory and practice. lish language book. Certain basic rules, however, if learned, memorized, and used, will help police officers avoid mistakes in report the end of each chapter is a more comprehensive guide to writing. Some of the more-basic techniques are discussed next. The Need for Effective Communication 5File Size: KB.

KEY FEATURES: Specific coverage of effective communication strategies that relate to each area of criminal justice, including policing, courts, corrections, and private security, offers students a robust overview of all aspects of communication in the criminal justice field.; Unique coverage of nonverbal communication, digital communication, conflict resolution, and communication with special. Get this from a library! Effective policing?: implementation in theory and practice. [Stuart Kirby] -- This text provides a unique insight into the way policing is performed. By embracing both organizational management issues as well as operational police business such as crime reduction and.

Create Fair and Effective Policing Practices To work for all of us, policing practices should ensure equal justice and be supported by evidence. These practices should be rooted in human rights principles and recognize the importance of maintaining a good relationship between communities and police. The book concludes with a consideration of how more effective leaders might be developed in policing. The book blends narrative data with a review of prior leadership research to provide an understanding of why and how police supervisors link a core group of traits and habits with greater leadership efficacy.


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