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Management and Supervision in Law Enforcement 7th Edition

Kären Matison Hess | Christine Hess Orthmann | Shaun E. LaDue

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  • ISBN-10: 1305543319
  • ISBN-13: 9781305543317
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Overview

MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION IN LAW ENFORCEMENT, 7TH EDITION focuses on law enforcement managers and supervisors, their jobs, and the interrelationships between members of the law enforcement team and the communities they serve. This comprehensive overview emphasizes the responsibilities of law enforcement leaders, leadership and management roles, the newest principles in policing, and technology that is changing law enforcement today. Discussions examine post-9/11 policing and data-driven policing, including CompStat policing, as well as intelligence-led policing, evidence-based policing, and predictive policing. Students also consider "grey" moral issues facing supervisors every day.

Kären Matison Hess, Normandale Community College, Minnesota

The late Kären Matison Hess, PhD, wrote extensively in law enforcement and criminal justice, gaining a respected reputation for the consistent pedagogical style around which she structured each textbook. She co-authored multiple editions of MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION IN LAW ENFORCEMENT, CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION, JUVENILE JUSTICE, and INTRODUCTION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE in addition to CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM; much of her work and influence remains unchanged in this new edition.

Christine Hess Orthmann, Orthmann Writing and Research

Christine Hess Orthmann holds an M.S. in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati and has been writing and researching in various aspects of criminal justice for over 20 years. She is the author of numerous Cengage Learning textbooks, a former reserve officer with the Rosemount (Minnesota) Police Department, and a member of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS), the American Society of Criminology (ASC), the Text and Academic Authors Association (TAA), and the National Criminal Justice Honor Society (Alpha Phi Sigma).

Shaun E. LaDue,

Shaun E. LaDue, M.S., has 24 years of police experience, with over eight years as a police chief. Presently, he serves as chief of police for the City of West Des Moines, Iowa, a department that is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement (CALEA). He served from 2004 to 2010 as the chief of police for the City of Owatonna, Minnesota, prior to which he was with the Bloomington Police Department, Minnesota, having risen from a patrol officer to Division Commander of patrol operations, administration, and special operations with various positions along the way including crimes against persons detective and school liaison officer. LaDue has tri-sector experience in non-profit, public, and private entities, including working as Director of Compliance Investigations for United Health Group in Minnetonka, Minnesota. Chief LaDue has attended numerous leadership and management institutes, general professional development programs, and specialized training courses. He has been actively involved in the communities he has served as well as in professional organizations, most notably, the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (LEEDA), the Southern Police Institute Alumni Association (SPI), the Iowa Police Chief's Association (IPCA), and the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association (MPPOA).
  • Three themes drive the narrative: participatory leadership and empowerment; enlisting citizen assistance in improving community safety; and accepting change as inevitable and moving to a more humanistic, participatory model of law enforcement.
  • Offering an accessible style and a solid foundation in the latest research, the book guides readers through the complexities of management and administration in law enforcement. It presents what the authors call "triple-strength learning," presenting all key concepts at least three times within a chapter.
  • "Roll Call" features (formerly titled "Away From the Desk")present practical insights on a variety of management responsibilities in law enforcement. Topics include "The Role of Supervisors in Upholding Conduct and Related Discipline" (Ch. 10) and "The Sergeant's Role Is the Key to Police Personnel Development" (Ch. 14).
  • Key terms are introduced in boldface type and defined in the margin, facilitating study and review.
  • A "Challenge" feature in each chapter presents a scenario that engages students in thinking critically about an issue a law enforcement supervisor could likely face on the job. Questions put students in the driver's seat, giving them practice in considering some of the myriad decisions that supervisors make every day. Topics include a captain tasked with rewriting a policy manual, and a sergeant who feels bogged down by an "inherited" task of reading reports of ten investigators who report to her.
  • Chapter 1 begins with a general overview of the policing profession before moving into discussions of management and how that role is defined within the context of today's police organizations.
  • Coverage includes a focus on post-9/11 policing--including research on the effects of 9/11--as well as the latest information on data-driven policing and predictive policing.
  • The book presents a comprehensive, but not overwhelming, overview of the responsibilities of law enforcement leaders and illustrates the best-known methods and practices of police leadership and management while also turning an eye to the future.

Management and Supervision in Law Enforcement

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I: MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISION, AND LEADERSHIP IN LAW ENFORCEMENT: AN OVERVIEW.
1. The Organization and Mission of Policing in the United States.
2. Management, Supervision, and Leadership in Law Enforcement.
Part II: LEADERSHIP FUNDAMENTALS.
3. Communication: A Critical Management Skill.
4. Decision Making and Problem Solving as a Manager and Leader.
5. Time Management: Minute by Minute.
Part III: BUILDING CAPACITY.
6. Staffing Your Agency: Hiring, Training, and Professional Learning.
7. Promoting Growth and Development.
8. Motivation and Morale.
Part IV: LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES.
9. Collaborating with Labor Management and Handling Complaints and Grievances.
10. Discipline and Problem Behaviors.
11. Stress and Related Hazards of the Job.
Part V: LEADING AND MANAGING AN ORGANIZATION.
12. Deploying Law Enforcement Resources and Improving Productivity.
13. Budgeting and Managing Costs Creatively in the New Norm.
14. Measuring Performance: Assessment and Evaluation.
Part VI: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
15. Learning from the Past; Looking to the Future.