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Chief concerns : exploring the challenges of police use of force

Author: Joshua A Ederheimer; Lorie A Fridell
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Police Executive Research Forum, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The goal of the report is to provide guidance to police executives on how to ensure that force is used by police officers only when it is justified and to guide the development of policies concerning the use of force. Topics include training on the use of force, policy development and enforcement, incident investigations, tools and tactics, and officer support. Articles by a host of authors are embedded within each  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joshua A Ederheimer; Lorie A Fridell
ISBN: 1878734881 9781878734884
OCLC Number: 60410240
Notes: "April 2005."
Description: v, 154 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Foreword Chuck Wexler --
Acknowledgments --
1. Introduction / by Andrea Morrozoff Luna --
Definitions --
Agency culture, training and the use of force / Kim C. Dine --
The critical 15 minutes --
perspectives of Chief William Lansdowne / Melissa Reuland --
Miami PD : striving to be one of the nation's best / John F. Timoney --
Developing an international approach to less-lethal and minimum force options / Joshua A. Ederheimer and Andrea Morrozoff Luna --
Defining moments : tackling police use of force / Chuck Wexler --
Improving use-of-force policy, policy enforcement, and training / Lorie A. Fridell --
The influence of U.S. Department of Justice consent decrees on policing in the United States / Ronald Davis --
Reducing use of force through hiring decisions : effective prevention measures / Michael Butler --
Reengineering use-of-force systems / Stephan A. Loyka --
The De-escalation discussion / Tory J. Caeti and Robert W. Taylor --
Use-of-force tools / Joshua A. Ederheimer --
K-9 deployment as a serious use of force : handler-controlled alert methodology / Dennis Nowicki --
Less lethal weapons : their evolution and the leadership of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department / Charles "Sid" Heal --
Do non-lethal weapons prevent lethal consequences? / Lorie A. Fridell and Anthony M. Pate --
Taser research and development in the United Kingdom / Andrea Mozzoroff Luna --
Handling the aftermath of a use-by-force incidient / Beverly Anderson, Heather J. Davies, Joshua A. Ederheimer, and Stephen A. Loyka --
Law enforcement and community relations : a community perspective from Reverend Reginald Holmes / Stephen A. Loyka --
Turning controversy into an opportunity for change / Andrea Mozzoroff Luna --
Policing in diverse communities / Tory J. Caeti --
Communicating with the public and building trust / DAvid Bayless --
One chief's perspective : a look at post-shooting decision making / William P. McManus --
Use-of-force investigations and tactical assessments / Heather J. Davies --
Use-of-force investigative findings / Matthew Klein --
Aftercare terms & definitions --
Book conclusion --
References --
About the authors/contributors --
About PERF --
About Motorola.
Other Titles: Exploring the challenges of police use of force
Police use of force
Responsibility: edited by Joshua A. Ederheimer, Lorie A. Fridell.

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The goal of the report is to provide guidance to police executives on how to ensure that force is used by police officers only when it is justified and to guide the development of policies concerning the use of force. Topics include training on the use of force, policy development and enforcement, incident investigations, tools and tactics, and officer support. Articles by a host of authors are embedded within each section and offer unique perspectives and knowledge on the subject matter. While the particular use-of-force issues that police executives will have to grapple with may change over time, the issue will forever remain; it is hoped that this report will facilitate the sharing of knowledge in this regard so that police professionals may learn from one another.

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