Thoroughly revised and updated, this edition covers important new developments in the field, including the emergence of Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Teams, which help emergency service personnel survive the impact of critical ...
Author: Harold Russell
Publisher: Basic Books
When it first appeared in 1976, Understanding Human Behavior for Effective Police Work quickly became the foremost guide for the officer on the force and the recruit in the classroom. Today, the new third edition is still the only comprehensive book on the subject. Thoroughly revised and updated, this edition covers important new developments in the field, including the emergence of Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Teams, which help emergency service personnel survive the impact of critical incident stress. This edition also addresses the psychological aspects of proactive police work. In a world ridden by drugs and violence, it is no longer enough merely to respond to incidents. Police forces around the country are being called upon to perform community-based services to reclaim neighborhoods dominated by crime.As in the previous editions, the heart of the book is a virtual catalog—enlivened by vivid case histories—of the kinds of deviant behavior today's police officer is likely to confront, along with valuable suggestions on identification and management.
Understanding human behavior for effective police work (3rd ed.). New York: Basic Books; Roger M. Solomon and James M. Horn (1986). Post-shooting traumatic reactions—A pilot study. In James T. Reese and Harvey A. Goldstein (Eds.), ...
Author: Larry S. Miller
Effective Police Supervision, 9th ed., is a time-tested text providing complete coverage of the organizational dynamics surrounding leadership of teams in an effective police department. This revised edition provides readers with the tools to excel and advance with up-to-date and timely scholarly research and legal case law on supervision. Special attention is given to recruitment, selection, and retention of police, commonly believed to be the most challenging internal issue facing agencies today. Supervisory tactics are evaluated in terms of how they work not only in the United States but in the United Kingdom and Canada as well, and chapters are enhanced with boxed features that help the reader connect ideas with realistic situations. Combining behavioral theory and updated case studies, Effective Police Supervision is the preferred textbook for college-level classes on police supervision and is an essential resource for preparation for promotional exams and career development for law enforcement officers and supervisors. Information has been included to respond to current issues facing law enforcement with Covid-19 and managing protests.
Understanding Human Behavior for Effective Police Work, Third Edition. New York: Basic Books; Roger M. Solomon & James M. Horn (1986). “Post-Shooting Traumatic Reactions: A Pilot Study.” In James T. Reese and Harvey A. Goldstein (eds.) ...
Author: Harry W. More
Category: Political Science
Good police officers are often promoted into supervisory positions with little or no training for what makes a good manager. Effective Police Supervision is a core text used in college-level classes on supervisory practices in criminal justice. This popular book combines behavioral theory with case studies that allow the reader to identify and resolve personal and organizational problems. It provides readers with an understanding of group behaviors and organizational dynamics, with a focus on effectiveness as well as proficiency, and on how a supervisor can help to create an effective organization. This book is also a vital tool in the preparation of police officers for promotional exams. Each chapter includes important key terms and opens with a case study to illustrate important concepts New material has been added throughout the textbook on police accountability, police involvement with news media, dealing with social media, and avoiding scandals Used nationwide for police promotional exams A study guide including learning objectives, key terms, chapter summaries, and review questions is available for purchase (ISBN: 9780323280044)
A Career-Length Assessment from Recruitment to Retirement Douglas Paton. pre-retirement anxiety and depression. ... In H. E. Russel & A. Beigal (Eds.), Understanding human behavior for effective police work (pp. 397–418).
Author: Douglas Paton
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
"The objective of this book is to demonstrate how adopting a career perspective can provide a more comprehensive conceptualization of traumatic stress processes as they apply to police officers and agencies and provide a framework that can be used to guide research and intervention agenda in ways that reflect the changes that can occur over the course of a police career that can span decades. The book examines the nature and effectiveness of the police role in dealing with adverse events as they unfold within a career perspective. It begins with pre-employment experiences and their implications for operational well-being and concludes with a discussion of the implications of a police career for disengagement or retirement from this role. It draws upon empirical research to provide an evidence-based approach to traumatic stress risk management and well-being in contemporary policing. Based on state-of-the-art research, the book provides a framework that police agencies can use to develop their officers and their organizations in ways that enhance their capability to confront an increasingly uncertain future in ways that maximize the interests of front-line policing. Areas of discussion include incorporation of police trauma into a life-career course perspective; changing context and nature of police work; recruitment, selection, and socialization in the context of critical incident and terrorist work; changing gender balance; training in uncertain times; managing risk and vulnerability; organizational context; family dynamics; inter and intraorganizational teams; health and mental health; consequences of long-term exposure to hazards; and disengagement and retirement. The text will be of significant interest to police organizations and agencies whose officers face a high risk of experiencing disaster and traumatic stress, law enforcement managerial and supervisory personnel, human resource and health and safety professionals, and mental health professionals and consultants. The text will also be relevant to those researching traumatic stress, disaster stress, and emergency management as well as other protective services." --Book Jacket.
It is considerably difficult to disentangle the complex causal web of police work and suicide, however, one point remains clear: far ... In H. E. Russel & A. Beigal (Eds.), Understanding human behavior for effective police work (pp.
Author: John M. Violanti
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
Category: Social Science
From the Back Cover: In this second edition of Police Suicide: Epidemic in Blue, the author brings together "old and new" information on police suicide and he introduces some promising findings. In doing so, he clarifies some issues and provides a source of information for police officers, administrators, and academic researchers. In this lucidly written book of ten chapters, Doctor Violanti discusses the classical studies in suicide, the accuracy and validity of police suicide rates, probable precipitating factors associated with police suicide, the impact of retirement, the idea of "suicide by suspect", the antecedents of murder-suicide, the plight of survivors of police suicide, and information and suggestions for police suicide prevention. Also discussed is the relationship between suicide and the reluctance of police officers to seek professional help. Suggestions are made for police suicide prevention that includes intervention programs and suicide awareness training. The author stresses that the first and most important step in preventing suicide is to recognize the problem. It is hoped that this new edition will provide an additional resource to help prevent these deaths.
Stress Management and Crisis Intervention for Law Enforcement Laurence Miller ... Personalities at work: Understanding and managing human nature on the job. ... Understanding human behavior for effective police work (3rd ed.).
Gilmartin, K.M. (1990) The brotherhood of biochemistry: Its implications for a police career. In H.E. Russel & A. Beigal (Eds.), Understanding human behavior for effective police work (pp. 397–418.) New York: Basic Books.
Author: John M. Violanti
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
Category: Electronic books
Police work involves the difficult task of preventing community dysfunction and preserving law and order within the community. Officers who deal with human misery on a daily basis work under a hidden danger not visible on the street: that of psychological harm. UNDER THE BLUE SHADOW was written to provide clinical cases and research in one volume in order to help provide a well-rounded view of police officers who work under these conditions. It will be a valuable resource for helping officers to survive this psychologically dangerous occupation. The authors of this book have both had experienc.
This manual, along with Russell and Biegel's" Understanding Human Behavior for Effective Police Work and Police Crisis Intervention by Goldstein et al.,” contains useful information about human behavior and the treatment of the mentally ...
Author: Richard Rosner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
During the 1980s, those of us who were involved in forensic psychiatry have seen an increase in the interest in our subspecialty. This increased interest has been from psychiatrists, lawyers, judges, and correctional officials as well. As a part of this demand for our services, there has also been an increase in the demand for detailed quality in our reports and testimony. Whether this is the result of the educational efforts of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, the establishment of the American Board of Forensic Psychiatry, the stimulation of thought by the publication of this series, Critical Issues in American Psychiatry and the Law, or Supreme Court decisions such as Ake v Oklahoma is anybody's guess. My experience as an observer of the development of the patient's rights movement was that there was a coalescence of numerous forces, such as the new human rights movement, the active mental health bar, and the development of neuroleptics. I therefore suspect that there are a multitude of factors contributing to the new interest in forensic psychia try and the elevation of the standards of forensic experts. Regardless of the causes, those who are practicing forensic psychiatry today are ex pected to conduct more thorough evaluations and to report findings more completely. No longer will simple conclusory statements be accept able. The forensic psychiatrist is expected to present data in a clear, understandable, detailed, reliable, and competent fashion whether testi fying or in a report.
Understanding human behavior for effective police work (3rd ed.). New York: Basic Books. Ryan, W. (2013). Souls behind the badge: The real world of policing—an insider's view. Saskatoon, Canada: Indie Ink Publishing.
Author: Jack Kitaeff
The Handbook of Police Psychology features contributions from over 30 leading experts on the core matters of police psychology. The collection surveys everything from the beginnings of police psychology and early influences on the profession; to pre-employment screening, assessment, and evaluation; to clinical interventions. Alongside original chapters first published in 2011, this edition features new content on deadly force encounters, officer resilience training, and police leadership enhancement. Influential figures in the field of police psychology are discussed, including America’s first full-time police psychologist, who served in the Los Angeles Police Department, and the first full-time police officer to earn a doctorate in psychology while still in uniform, who served with the New York Police Department. The Handbook of Police Psychology is an invaluable resource for police legal advisors, policy writers, and police psychologists, as well as for graduates studying police or forensic psychology.
Mental Toughness Training for Law Enforcement Laurence Miller. Pickel, K.L. (1999). ... Intuitive policing: Emotional/rational decision making in law enforcement. ... Understanding human behavior for effective police work (3rd ed.).
Author: Laurence Miller
Publisher: Looseleaf Law Publications
You've trained your body for the rigors of police work. Now train your mind! Let a respected police psychologist teach you: the foundational principles of effective stress management and crisis intervention; strategies and techniques for building the "psychological body armor" that will help you handle ordinary life stresses as well as life-and-death emergencies; and how to survive the emotional aftermath of a critical incident and get stronger.