Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving

Editor/Author Peak, Kenneth J.
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Single-User Purchase Price: $225.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $337.50
ISBN: 978-1-45-223529-5
Category: Social Sciences - Criminology & Law
Image Count: 10
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

A unique reference source that covers the philosophy of community policing and how the concept interacts with citizens, police administrators, scholars, and local and federal politicians.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Entries
  • Reader's Guide
  • About the Editor
  • Contributors
  • Chronology
  • Introduction
  • Entries
  • Agency Mission and Values, Changes in
  • Broken Windows Theory
  • Building Partnerships and Stakeholders
  • Center for Problem-Oriented Policing
  • Citizen Patrols
  • Citizen Police Academies
  • Citizen Surveys
  • Collaboration With Outside Agencies
  • Colleges and Universities, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Community, Definition of
  • Community Cohesion and Empowerment
  • Community Justice
  • Community Oriented Policing Services, Office of
  • Community Policing, Discretionary Authority Under
  • Community Policing, Evolution of
  • Community Policing: Resources, Time, and Finances in Support of
  • Community Policing: What It Is Not
  • Community Policing and Problem Solving, Definition of
  • Community Policing Consortium
  • Community Policing Self-Assessment Tool (CP-SAT)
  • Community Prosecution
  • CompStat
  • Computer-Aided Dispatch
  • Counterterrorism and Community Policing
  • Crime Analysis
  • Crime Analysts, Roles of
  • Crime Displacement
  • Crime Mapping
  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
  • Customer-Based Policing
  • Cybercrime and Community Policing
  • Decentralizing the Organization/Organizational Change
  • Demographics, Future Impact on Community Policing
  • Directed Patrol, Studies of
  • Domestic Violence, Characteristics of
  • Domestic Violence, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Drug Crimes, Characteristics of
  • Drug Crimes, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Elderly Victimization, Characteristics of
  • Elderly Victimization, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Evidence-Based Policing
  • Executive Sessions on Policing
  • Fear of Crime
  • Flint, Michigan, Experiment
  • Foot Patrols
  • Gang Crimes, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Gangs and Their Crimes, Characteristics of
  • Generations (Three) of Community Policing
  • Global Positioning Systems/Geographic Information Systems
  • Homeland Security
  • Hot Spots
  • Immigrant Populations, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Immigration: Issues, Law, and Police Training
  • Implementation of Community Policing
  • In-Service Training
  • Intelligence-Led Policing
  • International Community Policing
  • Investigations, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Involving Local Businesses
  • Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment
  • Learning Organization
  • Measuring Officer Performance
  • Mentoring
  • Metropolitan Police Act of 1829
  • Model Curriculum
  • National Center for Community Policing
  • National Crime Prevention Council
  • Neighborhood Associations
  • Non-sworn Personnel and Volunteers, Use and Training of
  • Officers’ Job Satisfaction
  • Operation Weed and Seed
  • Place-Based Policing
  • Police Foundation
  • Police Mission
  • Police Training Officer (PTO) Program
  • Police-Community Relations
  • Policing, Three Eras of
  • Predictive Policing
  • Problem, Definition of
  • Problem Analysis Triangle
  • Problem-Oriented Policing: Elements, Processes, Implications
  • Problem-Oriented Policing, Goldstein's Development of
  • Problem-Solving Courts
  • Problem-Solving Initiatives, Assessment and Evaluation
  • Problem-Solving Initiatives, Examples of Assessment and Evaluation of
  • Problem-Solving Process (SARA)
  • Public Housing, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Publicity Campaigns
  • Recruit Academy Training
  • Recruiting for Quality and Diversity
  • Regional Community Policing Institutes
  • Repeat Victimization, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Restorative Justice
  • Roles, Chief Executives’
  • Roles, First-Line Supervisors’
  • Roles, Middle Managers’
  • Roles, Officers’
  • Rural Areas, Community Policing in
  • School Violence and Safety, Characteristics of
  • School Violence and Safety, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Situational Crime Prevention
  • Social Capital
  • State Police/Patrol, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Strategic Planning
  • Succession Planning
  • Team Policing
  • Terrorism, Future Impact of Community Policing on
  • Tipping Points of Neighborhoods
  • Traffic Problems, Characteristics of
  • Traffic Problems, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994
  • Volunteers, Police Use of
  • Website Uses by Local Agencies
  • Wickersham Commission
  • Youthful Offenders, Characteristics of
  • Youthful Offenders, Community Policing Strategies for
  • Appendix A: Case Studies
  • Resources