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Crime and Justice, Volume 15

Modern Policing

Modern Policing, a critical assessment of contemporary police agencies, is the fifteenth volume in the Crime and Justice series. Modern Policing is a comprehensive review for students and scholars of criminal justice and public policy, as well as specialists in sociology and history.

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616 pages | 6 x 9 | © 1991

Political Science: Political and Social Theory

Sociology: General Sociology

Table of Contents

Urban Police and Crime in Nineteenth-Century America
Roger Lane
Police Organization in the Twentieth Century
Albert J. Reiss, Jr.
Problem-solving and Community Policing
Mark Harrison Moore
Attacking Crime: Policing and Crime Control
Lawrence W. Sherman
Relations between Federal and Local Police
William A. Geller and Norval Morris
Information Technologies and the Police
Peter K. Manning
The Relation between Public and Private Policing
Clifford D. Shearing
Police Research in the United Kingdom: A Critical Review
Robert Reiner
Comparative Organization of the Police in English-speaking Countries
David H. Bayley
History of Urban Police
Eric H. Monkkonen

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