Effective policing: implementation in theory and practice

This book provides a unique insight into the way policing is performed. By embracing both organizational management issues as well as operational police business such as crime reduction and detection, firearms, disorder, organised crime and terrorism, it provides a comprehensive overview of contempo...

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Main Author: Kirby, Stuart (Author)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
Published: Basingstoke [u.a.] Palgrave Macmillan 2013
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Summary:This book provides a unique insight into the way policing is performed. By embracing both organizational management issues as well as operational police business such as crime reduction and detection, firearms, disorder, organised crime and terrorism, it provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary police theory and practice.
This book provides a unique insight into the way policing is performed. By embracing both organizational management issues as well as operational police business such as crime reduction and detection, firearms, disorder, organised crime and terrorism, it provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary police theory and practice. Focusing on the implementation of policing, this book discusses the themes that make police organisations effective (or otherwise) with particular emphasis on the complexity of implementing strategy and tactics in contemporary society. Considering how the police can
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-209) and index
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (XIV, 213 S.)
ISBN:1299952038
9781299952034
9781137026798