Public Safety and Security AdministrationBy
- P.J. Ortmeier
This book addresses public safety and security from a holistic and visionary perspective. For the first time, safety and security organizations, as well as their administration, are brought together into an integrated work.The protection of persons and property involves many public agencies and priivate organizations. Entities from the criminal jutics system (law enforcement, courts, corrections) as well as the fire service, private security and hazardous materials all contribute to public safety and security. This book addresses these entities, as well as safety and security issues, from a holistic and visionary perspective. It addresses criminal and non-criminal safety and security concerns, provides an overview of each entity (component) of the system of public safety and security, presents an overview of the administration process involved in planning, organizing, managing and evaluating public safety and security organizations and describes collateral functions of investigations, documentation and report writing.Public safety and security organizations should not work in isolation. Rather, they should collaborate to protect persons and property. This book represents the first time all the public safety and security entities have been addressed in one text.
Paperback, 208 Pages
Published: September 1998
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
James T.Roberts - 3649 Pebble Beach Drive Augusta GA 30907-1810 (Security Consultant) Richard Martin - Director Criminal Justice Program, Elgin Community College, 1700 Spartan Drive, Elgin, IL 60123
- Part I: Nature and Scope of Public Safety and Security Safety and Security Concerns: Criminal Safety and Security Concerns: Noncriminal Legal Aspects of Safety and Security Part II: Components of Public Safety and Security Law Enforcement Courts Corrections and Juvenile Justice Security Services Fire Service Environmental Safety Part III: The Administrative Process Overview of Administrative Process Planning Implementing the Plan Leadership and Ethics Evaluation Part IV: Collateral Functions Investigations Documentation and Report Writing Professional Career Education