Police Science

Editor/Author Information Resources Management Association (IRMA)
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

Single-User Purchase Price: $330.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $495.00
ISBN: 978-1-5225-7672-3
Category: Social Sciences - Criminology & Law
Image Count: 49
Book Status: Available
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Police Science: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice is an authoritative reference source for the latest scholarly material on social problems involving victimization of minorities and police accountability. It also emphasizes key elements of police psychology as it relates to current issues and challenges in law enforcement and police agencies.

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Table of Contents

  • Editorial Advisory Board
  • Preface
  • Section 1: Authority and Police Legitimacy
  • Chapter 1: Understanding Fairness, Equality, and Police Legitimacy
  • Chapter 2: The Link Between Communicative Intelligence and Procedural Justice
  • Chapter 3: Social Climate Change and the Modern Police Department
  • Chapter 4: Authority and Legitimacy
  • Chapter 5: Police Legitimacy Conflicting Centres
  • Chapter 6: Tackling Police Brutality Through Non-Violent Strategies in South Africa
  • Chapter 7: Crime Witnesses’ Non-Cooperation in Police Investigations
  • Section 2: Crisis Response and Disaster Management
  • Chapter 8: Critical Incident Interventions
  • Chapter 9: Effective Engagement and Communication Between First-Line Police Supervisors and Police Officers
  • Chapter 10: A Lessons Framework for Civil-Military-Police Conflict and Disaster Management
  • Section 3: Information Systems
  • Chapter 11: Emergency Management Information System Support Rectifying First Responder Role Abandonment During Extreme Events
  • Chapter 12: Implementing Integrated Information Systems Project for Police Stations in Thailand
  • Section 4: Online Activism and Policing
  • Chapter 13: Use of Social Media for Policing
  • Chapter 14: UK-Based Police Officers’ Perceptions of, and Role in Investigating, Cyber-Harassment as a Crime
  • Chapter 15: Police Service Crime Mapping as Civic Technology
  • Chapter 16: Online Activism and the Arab Public Sphere
  • Section 5: Police Education
  • Chapter 17: Visual Criminology
  • Chapter 18: Intercultural Education and Training of Slovene Police Officers for the Purpose of International Missions
  • Section 6: Police Psychology
  • Chapter 19: A History of Police Psychology
  • Chapter 20: Using the MMPI-2-RF in Preemployment Evaluations of Police Officer Candidates
  • Chapter 21: Law Enforcement Officer Suicide
  • Section 7: Practice and Investigation
  • Chapter 22: Cross-Cultural Collaboration for Community-Oriented Policing and Restorative Justice
  • Chapter 23: Transnational and Cross-Cultural Approaches in Undercover Police Work
  • Chapter 24: The Evolution of Securing the American K-12 Educational Environment With Armed Police Officers
  • Chapter 25: The Impact of a BI-Supported Performance Measurement System on a Public Police Force
  • Section 8: Victimology
  • Chapter 26: The Color of Victimology