Police-community relations; crisis in our time, by Howard H. Earle. With a foreword by Peter J. Pitchess.

2d ed.. Springfield, Ill., Thomas [1970] .

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Subjects Police-community relations.
Description xvi, 205 pages illustrations, forms, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 193-196).
Also issued online.
Summary Illustrated discussion of the need for constant attention to individual officers' conduct with members of the public, and methods to achieve positive experiences. Methods are discussed for developing support among various community groups, such as educational groups, advisory committees, juvenile groups, and the press. There are also sections on handling of civil disturbances and the various sociological problems that confront the police officer. The appendix contains the policy statement of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and a code of ethics.
Contents Foreword / Peter J. Pitchess -- Chap. 1. Introduction -- Chap. 2. The police image -- Chap. 3. Crisis areas -- Chap. 4. Organization for police-community relations activities : a model -- Chap. 5. Groups and law enforcement -- Chap. 6. The press -- Chap. 7. Training in police-community relations -- Chap. 8. Law enforcement and the educator -- Chap. 9. Sociological aspects of police-community relations -- Chap. 10. Civil disobedience : concept and practice -- Chap. 11. Riots : a twentieth century plague -- Chap. 12. Police-community relations programming -- Chap. 13. Role of the individual officer -- Chap. 14. Police-community relations in American society tomorrow -- Appendix. Policy statement for police-community relations -- Bibliography -- Code of ethics.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)64320
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WorldCat Identities Earle, Howard H.
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