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What Cops Know

Author : Connie Fletcher
ISBN : 9780671750404
Genre : Political Science
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Offers a distillation of police life and lore, drawing on the experiences of Chicago cops to present the often surprising knowledge they acquire and the methods they employ in their line of work
Category: Political Science

What Cops Know

Author : Connie Fletcher
ISBN : 1568500440
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What Cops Know

Author : Connie Fletcher
ISBN : OCLC:1036961615
Genre : Police
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Offers a distillation of police life and lore, drawing on the experiences of Chicago cops to present the often surprising knowledge they acquire and the methods they employ in their line of work.
Category: Police

400 Things Cops Know

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ISBN : 1610352475
Genre : Police
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400 Things Cops Know shows police work on the inside, from the viewpoint of the regular cop on the beat, a profession that can range from rewarding to bizarre to terrifying, all within the course of a single eight-hour shift. Written by veteran police sergeant Adam Plantinga, 400 Things Cops Know brings the reader into life the way cops experience it: a life of danger, frustration, occasional triumph and plenty of grindingly hard routine work -- Publisher's website.
Category: Police

Counseling Cops

Author : Ellen Kirschman
ISBN : 9781462512652
Genre : Psychology
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"This book fills a gap in the clinical literature and provides clinicians with practical advice about working with law enforcement, so that first responders and their families can get the culturally competent treatment they deserve. The book is divided into six sections. Section one covers the basics of becoming culturally competent to work with law enforcement. Section Two drills down into line of duty issues. Section Three moves to treatment tactics. Section Four describes common presenting problems. Section Five is about working with police families. Section Six considers other first responders and how to get started"--
Category: Psychology

Cops

Author : Mark Baker
ISBN : 9780671685515
Genre : Police
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Based on interviews with more than one hundred police officers, a cross-section representing male and female officers, small town and big city cops, Blacks and whites, patrolmen and anti-terrorist specialists, the author reveals the worlds of the police
Category: Police

Deadly Force Encounters

Author : Loren W. Christensen
ISBN : 0873649354
Genre : Political Science
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In a cop's world it's kill or be killed, but the truth of the matter is that a shooting's aftermath is often the most dangerous time for the cop. This unique life- and career-saving manual contains every shred of critical information the police officer needs to survive the media, investigations and more.
Category: Political Science

Arrest Proof Yourself

Author : Dale Carson
ISBN : 9781613748046
Genre : Law
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"Arrest-Proof Yourself will teach you everything you need to know about dirty cops, racial profiling, probable cause, search and seizure laws, your right to remain silent, and much more. This how-not-to guide will keep you safe and sound all year long." --Zink magazine What do you say if a cop pulls you over and asks to search your car? What if he gets up in your face and uses a racial slur? What if there's a roach in the ashtray? And what if your hot-headed teenage son is at the wheel? If you read this book, you'll know exactly what to do and say. More people than ever are getting arrested—usually for petty offenses against laws that rarely used to be enforced. And because arrest information is so easily available via the Internet, just one little arrest can disqualify you from jobs, financing, and education. This eye-opening book tells you everything you need to know about how cops operate, the little things that can get you in trouble, and how to stay free from the hungry jaws of the criminal justice system. It is now updated with new and important information on the right of the police to search your car; on guns, knives, and self-defense; and on changes in surveillance methods. Dale C. Carson was an FBI field agent, a SWAT sniper, an instructor at the FBI academy, and a Miami police officer who set Florida records for felony arrests. He is currently a criminal defense attorney. Wes Denham is the author of Arrested.
Category: Law

Cop In The Hood

Author : Peter Moskos
ISBN : 1400832268
Genre : Social Science
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When Harvard-trained sociologist Peter Moskos left the classroom to become a cop in Baltimore's Eastern District, he was thrust deep into police culture and the ways of the street--the nerve-rattling patrols, the thriving drug corners, and a world of poverty and violence that outsiders never see. In Cop in the Hood, Moskos reveals the truths he learned on the midnight shift. Through Moskos's eyes, we see police academy graduates unprepared for the realities of the street, success measured by number of arrests, and the ultimate failure of the war on drugs. In addition to telling an explosive insider's story of what it is really like to be a police officer, he makes a passionate argument for drug legalization as the only realistic way to end drug violence--and let cops once again protect and serve. In a new afterword, Moskos describes the many benefits of foot patrol--or, as he calls it, "policing green."
Category: Social Science

What Cops Know

Author : Matthew C. Stelly
ISBN : 197392305X
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LoyolaNew York: Pocket Books, 1990), 336 pages's Dr. Connie Fletcher penned a book in 1990 titled "What Cops Know" (New York: Pocket Books, 1990, 336 pages). During the time of its publication up to now, the comments in the book, relying on Fletcher's interviews with actual Chicago police officers, were quite disturbing. Mr. Stelly strips the comments of those officers of their pomp and impious ceremony and reveals them for what they are: the comments and views of badge-wearing vigilantes who view minorities and women as "the other." In this incredible book, written using Critical Race Theory, Mr. Stelly offers reasoning and explanations that explain the current nadir in police-community relations.
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