When one thinks of police and police psychology, one might assume that the
practice of police psychology has been around almost as long as the profes-
sion, which dates back some 200 years, but police psychology is a relatively
new specialty, which falls under the umbrella of forensic psychology. Al-
though the profession of policing dates back to the early 1800s, it wasn’t until
1908 that it began developing standards and training for police recruits. h e
ﬁ rst such professional training program was established by August Vollmer
in Berkeley, California.
This Handbook of Police Administration, co-edited by Jim Ruiz and Don Hummer,
provides a smorgasbord of topics that are at the coalface of policing: the difficulties
police encounter dealing with drug problems, traffic issues, race and ethnicity challenges,
and street gang problems. Cross-cutting themes such as leadership in policing,
use of force, and understanding how the law shapes (or fails to shape) police
practice are relevant to students of police studies, practitioners, and scholars alike.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Forensic pathology for police, death investigators attorneys and forensic scientists" presents the following contents: Natural deaths, blunt force injury deaths, gunshot wound deaths, sharp force injury deaths, asphyxial deaths.
Many police departments face ongoing challenges in recruiting and retaining police officers. Heightened concern about terrorist attacks has exacerbated this problem by increasing demands on local law enforcement agencies. To address this problem, the authors, drawing on RAND
Since Hurricane Katrina, resignations from the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) have increased, and the department went more than a year without recruiting enough candidates to justify a police academy training course. This study presents practical recommendations for change that could help the NOPD improve recruiting
Recruitment and retention of officers is an increasing challenge for police agencies in a time of increasing crime and homeland security demands and of decreasing resources in American cities. Many urban police agencies report particular difficulty in recruiting minority and female officers. To help address these challenges,
Both shaping and policing mechanisms are used in a network to control the rate at
which traffic is admitted into the network. Both mechanisms use classification, so
they can differentiate traffic. They also use metering to measure the rate of traffic
and compare it to the configured shaping or policing polic y.
The difference between shaping and policing can be described in terms of their
n Shaping meters the traffic rate and delays excessive traffic so that it stays
within the desired rate limit.
Security is now and has always been the primary
function of government. All societies require some
form of law enforcement capability to function
effectively. Throughout history, governments of all
types have relied on either public police agencies or
informal means to effect conformity to social norms,
standards, and laws. Given how essential law
enforcement is to society, it is surprising how little
we really know about how it actually functions. The
job of law enforcement is always complex and
Good Practice in the Law and Safeguarding Adults provides an up-to-date summary of developments in the legislative framework and best practice relevant to the area of adult protection work. It explains legislation that can be used in adult protection work, covering criminal and civil law, and crucial national guidance such as Achieving Best Evidence. Issues covered include confidentiality and information-sharing in adult protection work, capacity issues, police investigations, financial abuse, advocacy, witness support and honour-based violence.
John Strawmyer stood, an irate figure in faded overalls and sweatwhitened
black shirt, apart from the others, his back to the weathered
farm-buildings and the line of yellowing woods and the cirrus-streaked
blue October sky. He thrust out a work-gnarled hand accusingly.
"That there heifer was worth two hund'rd, two hund'rd an' fifty dollars!"
he clamored. "An' that there dog was just like one uh the fam'ly;
An' now look at'm! I don't like t' use profane language, but you'ns gotta
do some'n about this!"...
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: Correlates of self-reported offending in children with a first police contact from distinct sociodemographic and ethnic groups...
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Bundling occupational safety with harm reduction information as a feasible method for improving police receptiveness to syringe access programs: evidence from three U.S. cities
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: An exploration of job stress and health in the Norwegian police service: a cross sectional study
There were ten passengers in the little pressurized cabin of the electric
bus that shuttled between the rocket field and Marsport. Ten men, the
driver—and Bruce Gordon.
He sat apart from the others, as he had kept to himself on the ten-day
trip between Earth and Mars, with the yellow stub of his ticket still stuck
defiantly in the band of his hat, proclaiming that Earth had paid his passage
without his permission being asked. His big, lean body was
slumped slightly in the seat. There was no expression on his face.
This book started its life in 1994 when I was sitting in a library in
China and came across some handbooks of police regulations that had
been misfiled. These handbooks opened the door to research on an area
that has taken me twelve years to complete. Throughout the extended
period of this project, I have accumulated many debts to a large number
of people who have helped and supported me in different ways.
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