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Solution Manual (Download Now)  For The Police in America: An Introduction 9th Edition By Walker

Solution Manual (Download Now) For The Police in America: An Introduction 9th Edition By Samuel Walker, Charles Katz

ISBN10: 1259140768, ISBN13: 9781259140761

Table of Content

Preface
Boxed Features

Part I: Foundations
Chapter 1: Police and Society
Chapter 2: The History of the American Police
Chapter 3: The Contemporary Law Enforcement Industry

Part II: Officers and Organizations
Chapter 4: Police Organizations
Chapter 5: Police Officers I: Entering Police Work
Chapter 6: Police Officers II: On the Job

Part III: Police Work
Chapter 7: Patrol: The Backbone of Policing
Chapter 8: Peacekeeping and Order Maintenance
Chapter 9: The Police and Crime
Chapter 10: Innovations in Police Strategy

Part IV: Issues in Policing
Chapter 11: Police Discretion
Chapter 12: Police-Community Relations
Chapter 13: Police Corruption
Chapter 14: Accountability of the Police

Part V: Challenges for a New Century
Chapter 15: The Future of Policing in America

Glossary
Credits
Name Index
Subject Index

About the Author

Samuel Walker

Dr. Samuel Walker is Professor Emeritus at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where he taught for 31 years before retiring in 2005. He is the author of 14 books on policing, criminal justice policy, and civil liberties. He continues to write and consult in the area of police accountability, with a special interest in police early intervention systems and federal litigation against police misconduct.

Charles Katz

Dr. Charles Katz is the Watts Family Director of the Center for Violence Prevention and Community safety and is an Associate Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. Dr. Katz earned his Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1997. He is coauthor of Policing Gangs in America by Cambridge University Press and numerous articles on policing and gangs. He is currently working with several large metropolitan police agencies evaluating programs and practices.