Police Leadership explores leadership theories through the real life experiences of well known police chiefs. Police Leadership provides a template for police leaders on how to look at a given situation, adopt an informed perspective and make the right leadership decision. This book provides a comprehensive examination of a broad range of organizational leadership theories–including team theory, leader-member exchange theory, transformational theory, style theory, situational theory, contingency theory and path-goal theory. Topics focus on ethics and integrity, demonstrating the central importance to leadership of ethics and integrity. For police leaders–from street-level officers to the highest ranking police chiefs.