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What Works in Policing By Edited by David H. Bayley

What Works in Policing
by Edited by David H. Bayley

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What Works in Policing presents selections of the best evaluation studies of contemporary policy practices, with explanatory discussions of trends in police research and the strengths and weaknesses of contemporary research.
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What Works in Policing by Edited by David H. Bayley

Presents selections of the best evaluation studies of contemporary policy practices, with explanatory discussions of trends in police research and the strengths and weaknesses of contemporary research.

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This is anexcellent collection of primary research studies in policing. B Loveday, Deputy Director, Insitute of Criminal Justice Studies

Table of Contents


Introduction 1. POLICE RESOURCES Introduction Colin Loftin and David McDowall: The Police, Crime, and Economic Theory: An Assessment 2. PATROL Introduction George L. Kelling, Tony Pate, Duane Dieckman, and Charles E. Brown: The Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment: A Summary Report 3. EMERGENCY RESPONSE Introduction Stephen Percy: Response Time and Citizen Evaluation of Police 4. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION Introduction Peter W. Greenwood and Joan Petersilia: The Criminal Investigation Process: Volume 1: Summary and Policy Recommendations Wesley G. Skogan and George E. Antunes: Information, Apprehension, and Deterrence: Exploring the Limits of Police Productivity 5. COMMUNITY POLICING Introduction Criminal Justice Commission: Beat Policing: A Case Study Mary Ann Wycoff and Wesley G. Skogan: Community Policing in Madison: An Analysis of Implementation and Impact 6. EFFECTIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT Introduction Lawrence W. Sherman and Dennis P. Rogan: Effects of Gun Seizures on Gun Violence: "Hot Spots" Patrol in Kansas City 7. STREET-LEVEL DRUG ENFORCEMENT Introduction David Weisburd and Lorraine Green: Policing Drug Hot Spots: The Jersey City Drug Market Analysis Experiment 8. SPOUSE ASSAULT Introduction Lawrence W. Sherman and Richard A. Berk: The Specific Deterrent Effects of Arrest for Domestic Assault Conclusion

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GOR004743600
What Works in Policing by Edited by David H. Bayley
Edited by David H. Bayley
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press Inc
1997-11-01
256
0195108213
9780195108217
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