Community policing continues to be of great interest to policy makers, scholars and, of course, local police agencies. Successfully achieving the transformation from a traditional policing model to community policing can be difficult. This book aims to illuminate the path to make that change as easy as possible. Morash and Ford have produced a contributed anthology with original articles from a variety of well-known researchers, police trainers and leaders.
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Table of Contents
PrefaceAcknowledgments1. Transforming Police Organizations - J. Kevin Ford, Merry MorashPart I. Developing Data-Driven Systems2. Using Assessment Tools to Jump-Start the Move to Community Policing - Cori A. Davis, J. Kevin Ford3. Citizen Input and Police Service: Moving Beyond the "Feel Good" Community Survey - Michael D. Reisig4. Using Multiple Methods in Community Crime Prevention and Community-Policing Research: The Case of Project ROAR - Andrew L. Giacomazzi, Edmund F. Mc GarrellPart II. Changing the Police Culture5. Styles of Patrol in a Community Police Context - Stephen D. Mastrofski, James J. Willis, Jefrey B. Snipes6. Dual Responsibilities: A Model for Immersing Midlevel Managers in Community Policing - Mark E. Alley, Elizabeth M. Bonello, Joseph A. Schafer7. Organizational Change and Development: Fundamental Principles, Core Dilemmas, and Leadership Challenges in the Move Toward a Community-Policing Strategy - J. Kevin fordPart III. Creating Patnerships8. Focus on Internal Partnerships: A Framework for Implementing Community Policing in a Unionized Department - Michael J. Polzin, Julie L. Brockman9. The Nexus of community Policing and domestic Violence - Merry Morash, Amanda L. Robinson10. Action Research for community-Oriented Policing and Comprehensive School safety Planning - Audrey Z. Martini, Monique Fields, Tracey Goss Mc Ginley, Amanda L. robinson, Merry Morash11. Social Capital, Collective Action, and Community Policing: A Case Study in Sioux city, Iowa - Mark E. CorreiaPart IV. Dealing With Ongoing Challenges12. The Challenge of Effective Organizational Change: Lessons Learned in Community-Policing Implementation - Joseph A. Schafer13. Reflections on the Move to Community Policing - David L. Carter14. Directing the Future of Community-Policing Initiatives - Merry Morash, J. Kevin Ford, Jane P. White, Jerome g. Boles IIIIndexAbout the EditorsAbout the Contributors