Community Policing Can It Work

Community Policing Can It Work
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  • ISBN-13: 9780534625054
  • ISBN: 0534625053
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Publisher: Thomson Learning


Skogan, Wesley G.


Mariah Davis was the lead graduate student researcher for the Albuquerque Police Department -- University of New Mexico Research Partnership from 1997-2000. She now is a sworn officer serving in the Albuquerque Police Department John Eck is a criminologist in the Division of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati. He has written extensively on problem-oriented policing, crime patterns, drug markets, and criminal investigations Jack Greene is dean of the College of Criminal Justice at Northeastern University. His research focuses on police organizations and the delivery of police services. He has also written broadly on the implementation of community and problem-oriented policing Calvin C. Johnson is a criminologist and a member of the staff of the Jerry Lee Center of Criminology at the University of Pennsylvania. He has also served as Director of Research and Evaluation at the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia (CSOSA), and as a research associate at the Urban Institute, Washington, D.C. While at the Urban Institute, he was the senior statistical analyst for their national evaluation of community policing and then conducted an evaluation of organizational restructuring and adoption of community policing by the Washington, D.C. Police Department Stephen Mastrofski is a political scientist who heads the Administration of Justice Program at George Mason University. With Roger Parks, he directed the National Institute of Justice-funded Project on Policing Neighborhoods, a massive observational study of community policing in two cities Roger Parks is a political scientist in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. With Steve Mastrofski, he directed the Project on Policing Neighborhoods, an observational study of community policing in two cities Michael Reisig is a political scientist in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. His research on policing and corrections has appeared frequently in major journals Jan Roehl is an applied social psychologist and president of the Justice Research Center. She is currently studying risk assessment in intimate partner violence, efforts to integrate community mediation and community policing, and datadriven, partnership-based approaches for reducing violent crime Dennis Rosenbaum is a psychologist in the Departments of Criminal Justice and Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is director of his university's Criminal Justice Research Center Jeffrey A. Roth is a criminologist and associate director for research of the Jerry Lee Center of Criminology at the University of Pennsylvania. While director of Crime Control Policy Studies at the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C., he conducted a national evaluation of the federal government's community policing policies Amelia Rouse is the deputy director of the Institute for Public Policy at the University of New Mexico. Her research focuses on the role of public opinion in federal, state, and local decision-making processes, especially policing, risk perception, education, workers' compensation, transportation, and health care Wesley Skogan is a political scientist and faculty associate of the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University. He directs an evaluation of Chicago's community policing initiative. He chairs the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Police Policies and Practices. William Terrill is a policing specialist in the Administration of Justice Program at George Mason University Nick Tilley is a sociologist at Nottingham-Trent University and a long-time consultant to the British Home Office on police matters. Most of his recent research relates to crime prevention and problem-oriented policing. One of the British policing profession's leading yearly awards is named in his honor Jeremy Travis is a senior fellow at the Urban Institute and former director of the National Institute of Justice. He served as Deputy Commissioner for Legal Maters in the New York City Police Department, was Chief Counsel to the House Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, and Special Advisor to the Mayor of New York City. He was a recipient of the American Society of Criminology's August Vollmer Award for his contributions to criminal justice Deanna Wilkinson is a criminologist in the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University Richard Wood is a sociologist at the University of New Mexico. His research focuses on cultural dynamics in police departments, urban community organizations, and police-community relationsSkogan, Wesley G. is the author of 'Community Policing Can It Work', published 2003 under ISBN 9780534625054 and ISBN 0534625053.

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