Original works by nationally and internationally recognized practitioners and academicians make up a comprehensive and up-to-date overview addressing a variety of relevant issues and acts of police misconduct. The historical and theoretical frameworks found in this collection focuses on a range of issues related to the definition, description, prevention, and control of acts of police deviance. Contemporary control strategies—such as early warning systems, drug testing technologies, and community police issues are explored at length. Other chapter topics deal with drug related police corruption, excessive force, police sexual violence, and police misconduct and female officers. A useful reference for supervisory personnel.