This leading book presents a comprehensive introduction to community policing—one of the most significant recent trends in policing, and related topics which are central to the effective management of the police community relationship. It integrates contemporary discussions of the community policing/problem solving concepts with systematic issues, at the same time covering the important transition from traditional practices in police-community relations to the new programs of community policing. Comprehensive coverage includes racial profiling, an original discussion of new and emerging technologies (e-policing), and an updated treatment of ethics and integrity issues. For law enforcement personnel.
Law, Legal-Theory-Systems, Jurisprudence,