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Police reform from the bottom up : officers and their unions as agents of change / edited by Monique Marks and David Sklansky.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
London : Routledge, 2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • xii, 176 p. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Introduction: The role of the ranks and file and police unions in police reform / Monique Marks and David Sklansky
  • Police reform : who done it? / David H. Bayley
  • Police officers as change agents in police reform / Hans Toch
  • From the bottom-up : sharing leadership in a police agency / Brigitte Steinholder and Todd Wuestewald
  • Building the capacity of police change agents : the nexus policing project / Jennifer Wood, Jenny Fleming and Monique Marks
  • Research for the front lines / David Thacher
  • The neglect of police unions : exploring one of the most important areas of American policing / Samuel Walker
  • Strange union : changing patterns of reform, representation, and unionization in policing / Jan Berry ... [et al.]
  • No longer a "workingman's paradise"? : Australian police unions and political action in a changing industrial environment / Mark Finnane
  • The human rights of police to organize and bargain collectively / Roy J. Adams
  • Why reforms fail / Wesley G. Skogan
  • Enduring issues of police culture and demographics / Jerome H. Skolnick
  • Police and social democracy / WIlliam Ker Muir.
Contributor:
Marks, Monique.
Sklansky, David A., 1959-
Series:
Police practice and research.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780415686792
0415686792

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