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Managing the use of force incident : for criminal justice officers, supervisors, and administrators

Author: Howard Webb
Publisher: Springfield, Ill. : C.C. Thomas, ©2011.
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Lawsuits are a fact of life for the criminal justice officer. They are predictable, preventable, and winnable. Managing the Use of Force Incident reveals a new and innovative approach to law enforcement liability management. Written by a cop for cops, this book presents the information necessary to minimize department and officer liability, win excessive force lawsuits, and properly manage a high profile use of  Read more...
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Webb, Howard, 1956-
Managing the use of force incident.
Springfield, Ill. : C.C. Thomas, ©2011
(DLC) 2011011093
(OCoLC)706020393
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Howard Webb
ISBN: 9780398086596 0398086591
OCLC Number: 750172659
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 390 pages)
Contents: Lawsuits are predictable, preventable, and winnable --
The importance of perceptions --
Standards governing the use of force --
Threat assessment --
Force continuum : to use or not to use that is the question --
Documenting the use of force incident --
Managing the use of force incident for the officer --
Managing the use of force incident for detectives --
Managing the use of force incident for supervisors --
Managing the use of force incident for mid-level managers --
Managing the use of force incident for administrators --
Use of force training.
Responsibility: by Howard Webb.

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Lawsuits are a fact of life for the criminal justice officer. They are predictable, preventable, and winnable. Managing the Use of Force Incident reveals a new and innovative approach to law enforcement liability management. Written by a cop for cops, this book presents the information necessary to minimize department and officer liability, win excessive force lawsuits, and properly manage a high profile use of force incident. Four main areas of litigation management are addressed: understanding causation, focus on prevention, creating a proactive defense, and effective use of force training.

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