The subject of police accountability includes some of the most important developments in American policing: the control of officer-involved shootings and use of force; citizen complaints and the best procedures for handling them; federal 'pattern or practice' litigation against police departments; allegations of race discrimination; early intervention systems to monitor officer behavior; and police self-monitoring efforts. The Second Edition of The New World of Police Accountability covers these subjects and more with a sharp and critical perspective. It provides readers with a comprehensive description of the most recent developments and an analysis of what works, what reforms are promising, and what has proven unsuccessful. The book offers detailed coverage of critical incident reporting; pattern analysis of critical incidents; early intervention systems; internal and external review of citizen complaints; and federal consent decrees.Critical incident policies, along with all other department policies, are collected in the policy and procedure manual (which is known by various names). The manual itself raises a number of important issues requiring close administrativeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The New World of Police Accountability|
|Author||:||Samuel E. Walker, Carol A. Archbold|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2013-12-09|