POLICE PROFESSIONALISM: THE RENAISSANCE OF AMERICAN LAW ENFORCEMENT. With a Foreword by Clarence M.Kelley

By: DEAKIN, Thomas J. [Special

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POLICE PROFESSIONALISM: THE RENAISSANCE OF AMERICAN LAW ENFORCEMENT. With a Foreword by Clarence M.Kelley by DEAKIN, Thomas J. [Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Editor, FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin]
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Charles C.Thomas. Illinois, USA. 1988. first edition - ISBN-0-398-05471-1;. pages xviii +343 pages + index + bibliography; hardcover, gilt text on front of cover and spine, dustjacket, protected; Previous owner's stamp on top and bottom of page edges when book closed o/wise fine condition;. ISBN-0-398-05471-1 - This comprehensive analysis of the influences on policing over the past century serves not only as a history of the professional movement for police, but of policing overall. The author - an experienced police officer, FBI agent, and editor of the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - traces the birth of professionalism and the advancement of the concept by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, discusses what J. Edgar Hoover called the "renaissance" of law enforcement professionalism, and details the significance of innovations in the 1930s including fingerprint identification, uniform crime reporting, and police training. Also examined are August Vollmer's tremendous influence on the history of professionalism, O. W. Wilson's goal of police agency efficiency, the California model of policing, and the growth of the FBI service role. The author then closes with a contemporary definition of professionalism, a report on education and policing in the 21st century.

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