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Community Policing: Can It Work?, 1st Edition

Community Policing: Can It Work?, 1st Edition

Wesley G. Skogan - Northwestern University

ISBN-10: 0534625053  ISBN-13: 9780534625054

272 Pages   Paperbound

 
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements.
Forward (Jeremy Travis).
Preface.
About The Authors.
Introduction (Wesley K. Skogan And Jeffrey A. Roth).
I: ARE POLICE CHANGING?
1. Trends in the Adoption of Community Policing (Jeffrey A. Roth, Jan Roehl, and Calvin Johnson).
2. Community Policing and Organization Change (Jack R. Greene).
II: WILL THE PUBLIC GET INVOLVED?
3. Representing the Community in Community Policing (Wesley K. Skogan).
III: WILL POLICE OFFICERS BUY IN?
4. Can Police Adapt: Tracking the Effects of Organizational Reform over Six Years (Dennis P. Rosenbaum and Deanna L. Wilkinson).
5. Working the Street: Does Community Policing Matter (William Terrill and Stephen D. Mastrofski).
6. Diving Into Quicksand: Program Implementation and Police Subcultures (Richard L. Wood, Mariah Davis, and Amelia Rouse).
IV: CAN IT WORK?
7. Community Policing and Problem Solving (Nick Tilley).
8. Why Don't Problems Get Solved? (John E. Eck).
9. Community Policing and the Quality of Neighborhood Life (Roger B. Parks and Michael D. Reisig).