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Leadership, ethics, and policing : challenges for the 21st century

Author: P J Ortmeier; Edwin Meese
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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From the Publisher: From street cop to chief, this guide develops a wide-range of ethical leadership skills applicable to all police ranks. Moving beyond incident-driven techniques, the book embraces problem-oriented, intelligence-led policing and integrates both ethics and leadership concepts. This edition includes two new chapters to address today's environment-one on Homeland Security and one on strategic  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: P J Ortmeier; Edwin Meese
ISBN: 9780135154281 0135154286
OCLC Number: 268789322
Notes: Revised edition of: Leadership, ethics, and policing : challenges for the 21st century / Edwin Meese III, P.J. Ortmeier. c2004.
Description: xix, 348 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword --
Preface --
Chapter 1: Challenge For Modern Policing --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Principles of policing --
Peel's principles --
Modern application of Peel's principles --
Change imperative --
Community policing --
Advancements in technology --
Professionalism and accountability --
Ethical leadership challenge --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Top cops charged without firing a shot --
Chapter 2: Importance Of Ethical Leadership --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Why ethical leadership? --
Role of values and discretion --
Means to accomplish goals --
Who is an ethical leader? --
Ethical leader defined --
Ethical leadership is every officer's responsibility --
Ethical leadership development --
Ethical leadership competencies --
Contemporary views on leadership competencies --
Police officer leadership competencies --
Research on police leadership competencies --
Essential police leadership competencies --
Communications and related interpersonal competencies --
Motivational competencies --
Problems-solving competencies --
Planning and organizing competencies --
Actuation-implementation competencies --
Word of caution --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Police officer leadership competencies --
Chapter 3: Concepts And Dynamics Of Leadership --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Leadership defined --
Approaches to the study of leadership --
Leadership theories overview --
Leader-centered theories --
Trait theories --
Behavior theories --
Personal-situational theory --
Interaction-expectation theory --
Follower- and context-centered theories --
Situational theory --
Contingency theory --
Path-goal theory --
Leader-follower interactions-centered theories --
Leader-follower (member) exchange theory --
Transformational theory --
Psychodynamic approach --
Leadership is not management --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Leadership challenge --
Chapter 4: Ethics, Morality, And Leadership --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Ethics defined --
Theoretical basis for ethics --
Ethics and virtue --
Ethics and morality --
Ethics and choice --
Ethics and professional conduct --
Law enforcement codes of ethics and conduct --
Codes of ethics --
Code of conduct --
Primary responsibilities of a police officer --
Performance of the duties of a police officer --
Discretion --
Use of force --
Confidentiality --
Integrity --
Cooperation with other police officers and agencies --
Personal-professional capabilities --
Private life --
Codes of ethics-pros and cons --
Ethics and leadership --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Ethics and leadership --
Chapter 5: Policing and Professional Conduct --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Policing as a profession --
Police misconduct --
Role of the police subculture --
Prevention and correction of unethical conduct --
Police officer rights --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Unprofessional conduct --
Chapter 6: Communication: Key To Interpersonal Relations --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Communication defined --
Context for communication --
Speech and interpersonal communications --
One-on-one conversations --
Meetings --
Working in teams and task forces --
Public speaking --
Special challenges in communications --
Cross-cultural communication --
Media relations --
Managing communication conflict --
Tactical communication --
Hostage situations --
Barricaded subjects --
Note taking and report writing --
Field notes --
Reports --
General report-writing principles --
Sources of information --
Records, documents, and informants --
Victim and witness interviews --
Computerized databases --
Internet --
Ethics in communication --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Effective communication --
Chapter 7: Motivation: Key To Personal And Professional Success --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Context for motivation --
Attitude and motivation --
Individual differences and motivation --
Maslow's hierarchy of needs --
Alderfer's ERG theory --
McClelland's learned needs theory --
Expectancy theory --
Behavioral assumptions, motivation, and leadership style --
Theories X, Y, and Z --
Managerial (leadership) grid --
Situation leadership model --
Vroom-jago time-drive leadership model --
Path-goal motivational leadership --
Ethical leaders as motivator --
Motivation guidelines for ethical leaders --
Motivation and burnout --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Motivation --
Chapter 8: Ethical Decision Making And Problem Solving --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Ethical decision making --
Problem solving --
SARA problem-solving model --
Scanning --
Response --
Assessment --
Problem solving in groups --
Problem solving through group consensus --
Community mapping --
Barriers to problem solving --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Ethical dilemma --
Chapter 9: Planning, Organization, Implementation, And Evaluation --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --Planning --
Needs and risk assessments --
Developing alternative courses of action --
Cost-benefit analysis --
Budgeting --
Action plan selection --
Contingency planning --
Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) --
Organization --
Organizational leadership, learning and performance --
Why organizations fail --
Leadership organizations --
Organizational learning --
Performance in organizations --
Implementation --
Human resource management --
Occupation (job task) analysis --
Job description --
Job specifications --
Recruitment --
Selection --
Training --
Scheduling --
Performance appraisal --
Promotion --
Discipline --
Equipment and facilities --
Policy and procedure statements --
Contract services (outsourcing) --
Operations --
Evaluation --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Doing more with less --
Chapter 10: Ethical Leadership In The context Of Policing A Community --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Community policing defined --
What community policing is not --
What community policing is --
Context for community policing --
Role of the community --
Role of the police --
Working with diversity --
Building community partnerships --
Community partnerships in action --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Future of community --
Policing --
Chapter 11: Policing And Homeland Security --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Homeland security: a brief history --
Natural disasters --
Environmental disasters --
Terrorist threat --
PATRIOT Act --
U S Department of Homeland Security (DHS) --
DHS components --
Office of the DHS secretary --
DHS advisory panels and committees --
9/11 Commission --
Homeland Security strategy --
National strategy for Homeland Security --
State strategic plans --
Local strategic planning --
Disaster and emergency planning --
Organizational change --
Federal government reorganization --
State government reorganization --
Local government reorganization --
Interagency coordination and cooperation --
Fusion centers --
Joint terrorism taskforces --
Community outreach --
Critical infrastructure protection --
Operational planning and response planning --
Training --
Logistical support --
Exercises --
Police leadership and terrorism --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Terrorism and policing --
Chapter 12: Strategic Policing --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Change and innovation --
Traditional policing --
Problem-oriented policing --
Team policing --
Neighborhood policing --
Community policing --
Intelligence-led policing --
Intelligence cycle --
CompStat --
Strategic policing --
Strategy defined --
Strategic community policing --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Role of traditional policing in strategic community policing --
Chapter 13: Vision For Change --
Learning objectives --
Introduction --
Twenty-first century issues in policing --
Dynamics of police work --
Civil liability --
Officer safety and survival --
Limited resources --
Relations with private security --
Police discretion --
Profiling --
Police misconduct --
Police public image --
Politics and the police --
Training content and methods --
Urban decay --
Dealing with gangs --
Use of force --
Working with diverse populations --
Policing: difficulties, consequences, and growth --
Ethical leadership challenges --
Summary --
Key terms and concepts --
Discussion questions and exercises --
Case Study: Vision for change --
References --
Index.
Responsibility: P.J. Ortmeier, Edwin Meese III ; foreword by Leroy D. Baca.
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From the Publisher: From street cop to chief, this guide develops a wide-range of ethical leadership skills applicable to all police ranks. Moving beyond incident-driven techniques, the book embraces problem-oriented, intelligence-led policing and integrates both ethics and leadership concepts. This edition includes two new chapters to address today's environment-one on Homeland Security and one on strategic policing. New case studies, examples and applications appear throughout the text and help officers develop essential ethical leadership competencies.

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