Law Enforcement in the United States

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - 489 páginas
Law Enforcement in the United States, Second Edition presents a unique balance of theory, history, and practice of American law enforcement. It provides readers with updated, important information ranging from the evolution and theory of social control to the training, function, and strategies involved in modern policing. The authors also examine the gray areas of law enforcement, ethics, forces in society that impact policing, and the laws governing police behavior.
 

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The Field of Law Enforcement
1
Four Perspectives to Law Enforcement
9
The Approach of This Text
20
A Brief History of Early Law Enforcement
27
The French Police System
37
Summary
43
The Evolution of Law Enforcement in
49
The British Military
56
Officer Styles
192
Stress and Discretion in Law Enforcement
198
Training Education and Socialization
207
Types of Training
213
The Higher Education and Training Merger
220
Three Major Emerging Factors
230
Summary
236
Applying Values and Strategies
287

The Evolution of State Police
66
Public and Private Law Enforcement in
77
The Federal Agencies and Their Responsibilities
88
Organizational Structure and Its Impact
111
Human Relations Theory
124
Summary
133
Legal Restrictions and Challenges
139
The US System of Justice
148
Consequences of Unlawfully Obtained Evidence
165
Law Enforcement Tasks Roles and Styles
177
Technology in Law Enforcement
347
Future Issues in Law Enforcement
387
National Changes and Challenges
403
Legal Issues
415
Summary
421
Constitution of the United States
427
Timelines
445
States of New York California and Ohio
469
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