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A guide to modern police thinking; an introduction to policing,

Author: Raymond E Clift
Publisher: Cincinnati, W.H. Anderson Co. [1970]
Series: Science in law enforcement series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3d edView all editions and formats
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Clift, Raymond E.
Guide to modern police thinking.
Cincinnati, W.H. Anderson Co. [1970]
(OCoLC)613195551
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond E Clift
OCLC Number: 117620
Description: xxi, 390 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword --
Foreword to the first edition --
Table of charts and illustrations --
Introduction by A.H. Fording --
Introduction by Bert Giddens --
1. History--Administration--Training. Chap. 1. History and development of English-American police --
Chap. 2. Purposes of modern police --
Chap. 3. Organization and administration of police --
Chap. 4. Police personnel management --
Chap. 5. Training in the police service --
2. Traffic duties. Chap. 6. The traffic problem and the police --
Chap. 7. Traffic safety education --
Chap. 8. Selective assignment and enforcement --
Chap. 9. Intoxication tests --
Chap. 10. Parades, assemblies and special events --
3. Criminal procedure. Chap. 11. Crime investigation --
Chap. 12. Scientific aids in crime investigation --
Chap. 13. Confidential informants --
Chap. 14. Surveillances --
Chap. 15. Interrogations and interviews --
4. General patrol. Chap. 16. Canines in crime investigation --
Chap. 17. Patrol methods --
Chap. 18. Techniques and mechanics of arrest --
Chap. 19. Police communications --
Chap. 20. Disaster control --
Chap. 21. Strikes, riots, and unlawful assemblies --
5. Related social work. Chap. 22. Law enforcement and sociology --
Chap. 23. Psychology in police work --
Chap. 24. Juvenile delinquency --
6. Legal aspects. Chap. 25. Introduction to criminal law --
Chap. 26. Constitutional law for police --
Chap. 27. Law of arrest, search and seizure --
Chap. 28. Law of evidence --
Chap. 29. Case preparation and court appearance --
7. The forward look. Chap. 30. Press and public relations --
Chap. 31. Crime in a changing society --
Chap. 32. Law enforcement as a profession --
Chap. 33. The police officer as a community leader.
Series Title: Science in law enforcement series.
Responsibility: by Raymond E. Clift.

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