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Police Hens By Katie Gast
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Picture book about a brood of crime fighting hens who have joined the police force. Ride along on their case. It's a tough egg to crack. The story revolves around three hens: Pepper, Peeps and... More > Cluck-Cluck. They struggle with their job. They have unique and funny problems because they are, after all, a squad of chickens. Fun introduction to community helpers' curriculum.< Less
Investigation of the Cleveland Division of Police By United States Department of Justice
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The Department of Justice has completed its civil pattern or practice investigation of the Cleveland Division of Police (“CDP” or “the Division”). We have concluded that we... More > have reasonable cause to believe that CDP engages in a pattern or practice of the use of excessive force in violation of the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. We have determined that structural and systemic deficiencies and practices—including insufficient accountability, inadequate training, ineffective policies, and inadequate engagement with the community—contribute to the use of unreasonable force. Our investigation under the Violent Crime and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, 42 U.S.C. § 14141 (“Section 14141”) focused on allegations of excessive force by CDP officers. Section 14141 makes it unlawful for government entities, such as the City of Cleveland and CDP, to engage in a pattern or practice of conduct by law enforcement officers that deprives individuals of rights, privileges, or immunities secured...< Less
Police Leadership & Supervision By Blaine Locklair
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Leadership is the most important part of an organization’s success. As a leader, your ability to influence others is the key to getting things done. Effective leadership builds morale in an... More > organization, successful prosecution of crime, defense from liability, and improves a department's level of trust and participation with the communities it serves. Among the topics covered in the book are: • Leadership without title - how to lead others even if you don’t have rank • Empathy and how to see things from the point of view of others • Influence and how to get those you lead to follow you • Values and how they impact the decisions people make • Generationalism and how it impacts employees • Motivating employees to get the job done to the best of their abilities • Affability and how to be liked and respected by others • Trust and how it impacts your ability to lead • Accountability and how to correct bad behaviors by employees • Retention and how you can help keep great employees< Less
Police Leadership & Supervision By Blaine Locklair
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Leadership is the most important part of an organization’s success. As a leader, your ability to influence others is the key to getting things done. Effective leadership builds morale in an... More > organization, successful prosecution of crime, defense from liability, and improves a department's level of trust and participation with the communities it serves. Among the topics covered in the book are: • Leadership without title - how to lead others even if you don’t have rank • Empathy and how to see things from the point of view of others • Influence and how to get those you lead to follow you • Values and how they impact the decisions people make • Generationalism and how it impacts employees • Motivating employees to get the job done to the best of their abilities • Affability and how to be liked and respected by others • Trust and how it impacts your ability to lead • Accountability and how to correct bad behaviors by employees • Retention and how you can help keep great employees< Less
Investigation of The Baltimore City Police Department By U.S. Department of Justice
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Throughout our investigation, we received the full cooperation and assistance of BPD and the City of Baltimore. We interviewed current and former City leaders, including current BPD Commissioner... More > Kevin Davis and former commissioners. We also interviewed current and former officers throughout the BPD command structure. We participated in ride-alongs in each district, interviewed numerous current and former officers individually, and met with the leadership of the Baltimore City Lodge No. 3 of the Fraternal Order of Police, which represents all sworn BPD officers. We also heard from hundreds of people in the broader Baltimore community who shared information with our investigation. We met with religious organizations, advocacy groups, community support organizations, neighborhood associations, and countless individuals who provided valuable information about their experiences with BPD. We thank everyone for sharing their experiences and insights with us.< Less
The Rise of Police Violence In the United States By Jacob Gleam
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While police brutality has been a constant issue here in the United States, it has received considerably more attention during the past year. Even more disturbing, it is particularly noticeable among... More > the African American community. Some of the biggest news-stories today involve attacks on black men, women, and children by white police officers. Most recently, six police officers were indicted for the death of Baltimore native Freddie Gray while he was in police custody for allegedly possessing an illegal switchblade knife. This news, of course, came after several days of both violent and peaceful protests held in Baltimore and other cities around the United States. Because of all these recent events, the country seems more divided than ever on how we view our law enforcement. On one hand, there are many who still support them whole-heartedly. On the other hand, more people noticing the rise in violent police-related deaths and want police officers to be held accountable.< Less
Reducing Crime Through Intelligence-Led Policing By U.S. Department of Justice & Bureau of Justice Programs
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Through the Targeting Violent Crime Initiative, the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, has identified numerous law enforcement agencies... More > throughout the United States that have experienced tremendous success in combating complex crime problems plaguing their communities. A cornerstone of these agencies' efforts appears to be the incorporation of intelligence-led policing, along with other initiatives, to address their crime problems. To better understand the role of ILP in these successes, BJA requested a study of selected programs that represent a broad spectrum of agencies that are geographically diverse and varied in agency size and available resources. The purpose of the study was to identify commonalities, challenges, and best practices that may be replicated in other jurisdictions. The study was composed of case studies of selected agencies and involved delving into the nature and scope of the crime problems targeted...< Less
Signal Crime-My Neighbourhood, My Police By Olu Ogunsakin
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This book explains what constitutes a Signal Crime and how Neighbourhood Watch Groups and the Police can work together by using the concept of Signal Crime to identify emerging problem and preventing... More > it before its too late.< Less
THE HISTORY OF THE DECATUR, ILLINOIS POLICE DEPARTMENT: VOLUME 4 By Mark Barthelemy
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This historical work details the policing of a Midwest city of 50,000 population during the first half of "The Roaring Twenties." Walk the beats with the officers of the city as a... More > relatively quiet community copes with rising crime during the Prohibition Era of United States history. From humorous incidents to the court-ordered execution of a murderer, the police department experiences a multitude of changes to combat the bootlegging and violence that it generated. This work follows three previous volumes which covered the years from 1856 through 1919.< Less
Managing Calls to the Police With 911/311 Systems By U. S. Department of Justice
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The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 revealed the life-and-death importance of enhancing U.S. intelligence operations. Since that day, a tremendous amount of attention has been focused on the... More > need for constructive changes in law enforcement intelligence. Intelligence operations have been reviewed, studied, and slowly but steadily transformed. Most efforts have focused on reorganizing intelligence infrastructures at the federal level; however, corresponding efforts have been made to enhance state and local law enforcement intelligence operations. Such enhancements make it possible for state and local law enforcement agencies to play a role in homeland security. Perhaps more important, improvements to intelligence operations help local law enforcement respond to “traditional” crimes more effectively. Because effective intelligence operations can be applied equally well to terrorist threats and crimes in the community, homeland security and local crime prevention are not mutually exclusive.< Less

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