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Police patrol readings,

Author: Samuel G Chapman
Publisher: Springfield, Ill., C.C. Thomas [1970]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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This book contains selected readings on the philosophy, procedure, and effectiveness of police practices. Discussion concerns the divergent philosophies of police practices and procedures. Articles present problems in administration for effective, legal, and ethical use of the uniformed policeman. Information is also provided on the formulation of new policies, programs, and procedures or to reaffirm current  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel G Chapman
ISBN: 0398003041 9780398003043
OCLC Number: 119861
Description: xviii, 768 pages illustrations 26 cm
Contents: Foreword / George Eastman --
Introduction --
Acknowledgments --
Chapter 1. The police in a democracy. Courts, citizens, and police / George Edwards --
The role of the police / Richard A. Myren --
Police functions peripheral to the task of preventing and controlling crime / Herman Goldstein --
The objectives of police patrol / Raymond E. Clift --
Chapter 2. The patrol force and patrolmen. Discretionary decision making and professionalization of the police / Albert J. Reiss, Jr. --
The problems of being a police officer --
Richard H. Blum --
The unequal badge / Elliott M. Rudwick --
The nation's most wanted man / Samuel G. Chapman --
What makes a policemen go wrong? / Mort Stern --
The patrolman's dilemma / James Q. Wilson --
Maintaining police integrity --
Law enforcement code of ethics --
Uniforms and equipment --
Some policemen try casual attire in bid to reduce antagonism / Charles B. Camp --
Patrol functions, organization, and duties --
Strategy and tactics / Curtis Brostron --
The role of women in police work --
A case for the promotion of policewomen in the city of New York / Felicia Shpritzer --
Chapter 3. Methods of patrol. Put the cop back on the beat / O.W. Wilson --
A case for the foot patrolman / Robert Dyment --
One and one-half man cars? / Norman L. Clowers --
Review of foot patrol in Chicago / Thomas J. Rogers --
Personal radio --
Operation of a bicycle patrol / William J. Mooney --
The police patrol car / William Donald Piercy --
Tomorrow's police car / G. Ray Wynne --
One-man patrol cars --
Police challenges and changes in Atlanta / Herbert T. Jenkins --
One-man police patrol car operation / Governmental Research Institute --
Field interrogation --
"Stop and frisk," including a model statute --
The chief takes a look at the solo motorcycle / W. Cleon Skousen --
The "finest" on horseback / Philp Benjamin --
Policing the city's waterways --
County frogmen always ready for anything / Peg Robinson --
The use of helicopters in routine police operations : a summary of research findings / C. Robert Guthrie and Paul Whisenand --
Crime copter : Denver's care in the sky --
Don Bower --
The use of small aircraft in police work / Rupert L. Gillmouthe --
Chapter 4. Patrol force distribution. Selective distribution of police patrol force / Frank E. Walton --
The police beat / August Vollmer --
The IACP allocation and distribution method / Roy C. McLaren --
Police manpower formula? / Lohn R. Ficklin --
Operation 25 --
The flexible unit : a unique striking force / George D. Eastman --
Tactical forces --
Random patrol / J.F. Elliott --
Roulette wheel helps village enforce laws / Gerr Nelson --
The Connecticut resident state police system / James H. Ellis --
Chapter 5. British team and unit beat policing. Law enforcement in Great Britain / David A. Booth --
Working party on the Aberdeen system --
The Salford method of team policing / Alex J. Paterson --
The results of team policing in Salford / Alex J. Paterson --
Unit beat policing : a new system of patrol / E. Gregory and T.P. Turner --
Reflections on unit beat policing / E. Gregory --
Chief Bebbington comments on unit beat policing --
Rural beat policing / Ray Isherwood and Alan Holt --
Chapter 6. Violence. The anatomy of disorders / Samuel G. Chapman --
Cop-fighting : what are its implications? / Walter Arm --
Assaults on police / J. Shane creamer and Gerald D. Robin --
Police officer shootings : a tactical evaluation / Allen P. Bristow --
Police techniques in gun fights / T.F. Martin and L.L. Priar --
Police procedure against sniper attack / Henry A. Gitzgibbon --
Justifiable homicide by police officers / Gerald D. Robin --
Nonlethal weapons : curse or cure? / Thomas J. Reddin --
Police policy on the use of firearms / Samuel G. Chapman --
Firearms use policy testimony / Samuel G. Chapman --
The case for police firearms training / Paul B. Weston --
Chapter 7. Traffic and special functions. The role of traffic law enforcement in traffic accident prevention / James M. Slavin --
A case for traffic law enforcement / Roy J. Bergman --
A case for despecialization of traffic operations / Palmer Stinson --
A separate traffic department / August Vollmer --
Patrol and moving traffic enforcement / Samuel G. Chapman --
Modern traffic law enforcement / Edward C. Fisher --
Turnpike police patrol / John L. Bishop --
Radar : a Berkeley institution / Jim Dempsey --
The hundred system / Glen R. Murphy and Roy E. Hollady --
Effective use of roadblocks / E. Reid Fletcher --
Pursuit driving training outline --
High-speed pursuit : San Diego Police Department policy --
In defense of fast chases --
Traffic patrol tactics : is there a case for more extensive use of one-man cars? / P.M. Hills --
Part-time policemen : unpaid reserves help towns maintain order / Norman Sklarewitz --
Volunteer policemen help in New York / Mary Kelly --
Operation house watch / Robert S. Seares --
Security checks / Samuel G. Chapman --
The dog in law enforcement : a brief resume / Samuel G. Chapman --
Whether to use police dogs / Samuel G. Chapman --
Chapter 8. Vocational training. Training for the police service / O.D. Adams --
Best patrol and observation / O.W. Rouse and William B. Melnicoe --
Safety rules for the one-man patrol officer --
Training instructions for the police service --
Chapter 9. Conclusion --
Index.
Responsibility: by Samuel G. Chapman. With a foreword by George D. Eastman.

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This book contains selected readings on the philosophy, procedure, and effectiveness of police practices. Discussion concerns the divergent philosophies of police practices and procedures. Articles present problems in administration for effective, legal, and ethical use of the uniformed policeman. Information is also provided on the formulation of new policies, programs, and procedures or to reaffirm current practices. Areas covered range from patrol methods to British teams and violence to traffic functions.

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