Effective Police Supervision STUDY GUIDEBy
- Larry Miller
- Michael Braswell
Good police officers are often promoted into supervisory positions with little or no training for what makes a good manager. Effective Police Supervision is positioned to be the core text in college-level classes on supervisory practices in criminal justice and will provide students with an understanding of the group behaviors and organizational dynamics necessary to understand the fundamentals of police administration.
This Study Guide gives students a place to test themselves and review the material so they are well prepared for their examinations.
NEW THIS EDITION
Following the changes to the Effective Police Supervision textbook, this Study Guide has a new title and approach for Chapter 2: Community-Oriented Policing and Problem Solving -- Improving Neighborhood Quality of Life. It has moved the discussion of training into Chapter 9 and has added a new Chapter 16, Homeland Security and Terrorism-A Changing Role.
Students and professionals in the criminal justice field.
Paperback, 144 Pages
Published: November 2010
Imprint: Anderson Publishing
1. Supervision - The Management Task
2. Community-Oriented Policing and Problem Solving - Improving Neighborhood Quality of Life
3. Interpersonal Communications - Striving for Effectiveness4. Motivation - A Prerequisite for Success
5. Leadership - The Integrative Variable6. Team Building - Maximizing the Group Process
7. Change - Coping with Organizational Life8. Performance Appraisal - The Key to Police Personnel Development
9. Training, Coaching, Counseling, and Mentoring - Helping Officers Grow and Develop10. Discipline - An Essential Element of Police Supervision
11. Internal Discipline - A System of Accountability12. Supervising the Difficult Employee - Special Considerations
13. Supervising Minorities - Respecting Individual and Cultural Differences14. Tactical Operations - Critical Incident Deployment
15. Labor Relations - Problem Solving through Constructive Conflict16. Homeland Security and Terrorism -- A Changing Role
--Answer Key to Objective Questions