Introduction: Jack R. Greene.
Part 1: DEFINITION AND MEASUREMENT.
1. Measuring Police Integrity: Carl B. Klockars and Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovich.
2. Early Intervention Systems: The New Paradigm: Samuel Walker and Geoffrey Alpert.
3. The Search for Integrity: Findings and Tools for Investigating and Adjucating Federal Security Clearance Cases Applicable to Law Enforcement Selection And Retention: Howard William Timm.
Part 2: EARLY WARNING METHODS.
4. Police Integrity: Exploring the Utility of a Risk Factor Model: Matthew J. Hickman, Alex R. Piquero, and Jack R. Greene.
5. Armed and Dangerous: Exploring Police Drug Use and Drug Related Corruption: Kim Michelle Lersch and Tom Mieczkowski.
Part 3: SITUATIONAL CONTEXT AND USE OF FORCE.
6. Patterns of Police Use of Force as a Measure of Police Integrity: Joel H. Garner, Christopher D. Maxwell, and Cedric Heraux.
7. Citizen Behavior and Police Use of Force: An Examination of National Survey Data: Steven K. Smith.
8. Toward a Better Understanding of Police Use of Nonlethal Force: William Terrill and Stephen D. Mastrofski.
9. Third-Party Policing: Considering the Ethical Challenges: Lorraine Mazerolle and Tim Prenzler.
Part 4: EXTERNAL FACTORS.
10. Turning Necessity Into Virtue: Pittsburgh's Experience with a Federal Consent Decree: Robert C. Davis, Christopher W. Ortiz, Nicole J. Henderson, and Joel Miller.
11. Public Perceptions of Police Misconduct and Reform: Ron Weitzer.