Community Policing

Solving problems together

E-library

 

Level 1: Defining COP

Carrington, P. J., Schulenberg, J. L., Brunelle, A., Jacob, J., & Pickles, I. (2003). Police discretion with young offenders. Ottawa: Department of Justice Canada. Click here to view.

 

Glaser, M.A. & Parker, L.E. (2001). The Thin Blue Line Meets the Bottom Line of Community Policing, International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior, 4 (1/2), p. 164.

 

Kappeler, V.E. & Gaines, L.K. (2015). Community Policing: A Contemporary Perspective, Routledge. Click here to view.

 

Tillyer, R. (2018). Assessing the Impact of Community-oriented Policing on Arrest. Justice Quarterly, 35(3), 526-555. Click here to view.

 

Trojanowicz, R. & Bucqueroux, B. (1990). Community Policing: A Contemporary Perspective, Anderson Publishing Co. 1990, p. 22. Click here to view.

 

U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. (2014). Community Policing Defined. Click here to view.

 

Weisburd, D. & Majmundar, M.K. (2018). Proactive Policing: Effects on Crime and Communities. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Click here to view.

 

 

Level 2: Implementing COP

European Commission. (2018). Periodic Reporting for period 1 - EU and SSR (Local Ownership in Security Sector Reform Activities within CSDP Operations of the EU). Click here to view.

 

Hofmann, R.(2018). Information Communication Technology for Community Oriented Policing: an International Handbook for the Western Balkans. Click here to view.

 

Interpeace. (n.d.). Local ownership: Putting local people at the heart of building peace. Click here to view.

 

Mathias, G., Kendrick, D., Peake, G., & Groenewald, H. (2006). Philosophy and principles of community-based policing. SEESAC, 3rd edition, Belgrade. Click here to view.

 

 

Level 3: Building partnerships

Blanchard, K. H., Zigarmi, D., & Nelson, R. B. (1993). Situational Leadership® after 25 years: A retrospective. Journal of Leadership Studies, 1(1), p. 21-36. Click to view.

 

Bodell, S., & Hook, A. (2011). Using Facebook for professional networking: a modern-day essential. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(12), p. 588-590. Click here to view.

 

Dobrow, S. R., & Higgins, M. C. (2005). Developmental networks and professional identity: A longitudinal study. Career Development International, 10(6/7), p. 567-583. Click here to view.

 

Hershey, P., & Blanchard, K. H. (1977). Management of organizational behavior. Prentiss Hall, England Cleft, NJ, p. 236-244.

 

Horowitz, J. (2007). Making every encounter count: Building trust and confidence in the police. National Institute of Justice Journal, 256(1), p. 8-11. Click to view.

 

Mishler, W., & Rose, R. (2001). What are the origins of political trust? Testing institutional and cultural theories in post-communist societies. Comparative political studies, 34(1), p. 30-62. Click here to view.

 

Networking (n.d.). In Cambridge Dictionary [online]. Click here to view.

 

Networking (n.d.). In Oxford Living Dictionaries [online]. Click here to view.

 

Scheider, M. C., Chapman, R., & Schapiro, A. (2009). Towards the unification of policing innovations under community policing. Policing: An international journal of police strategies & management, 32(4), p. 694-718. Click here to view.

 

Trojanowicz, R. C., & Bucqueroux, B. (1998). Community policing: How to get started. Routledge. p.33-34. Click here to view.

 

White, B. E., & McCarter, B. G. (2016). How to Build Trust. In Leadership in Chaordic Organizations. Auerbach Publications. p. 86-123.

 

 

Level 4: Problem-solving approach

Braiden, C. (2013) as cited in M.J. Palmiotto and K.J. Peak, Definition of Community Policing and Problem Solving, in: K.J. Peak (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE.

 

Carter, J.G. (2013). Goldstein’s Development of Problem-Oriented Policing, in: Peak, K.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE.

 

De Guzman, M.C. (2013). Examples of Assessment and Evaluation of Problem Solving Initiatives in: Peak, K.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE.

 

Goldstein, H. & Susmilch, C.E. (1981). The Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service: A Description of the Project and an Elaboration of the Concept. Development of Problem-Oriented Policing Series, vol. I, Madison, Wisconsin Police Department and University of Wisconsin. Click here to view.

 

Heinonen, J.A. (2013). Problem Analysis Triangle, in: Peak, K.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE, p. 298.

 

Lum, C. & Koper C.S. (2013). Evidence-Based Policing, in: Peak, K.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE.

 

Madensen, T.D. (2013). Problem-Solving Process (SARA), in: Peak, K.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE.

 

Peak, K.J. (2013). Problem-Solving Initiatives, Assessment and Evaluation, in: Peak, K.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE.

 

POP Center. (2010). Twenty-five techniques of situational prevention. Center for Problem-Oriented Policing. Click here to view.

 

Scheider, M.C. (2013). Definition of Problem, in: Peak, K.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE, p. 295–296.

 

Scott, M.S. (2013). Problem-Oriented Policing: Elements, Processes, Implications, in: Peak, K.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving, SAGE.

 

Sherman, L. W. (2013). The rise of evidence-based policing: Targeting, testing, and tracking. Crime and Justice, 42(1), 377-451. Click here to view.

 

Skogan, W. G., Hartnett, S. M., DuBois, J., Comey, J. T., Kaiser, M., & Lovig, J. H. (2000). Problem Solving in Practice: Implementing Community Policing in Chicago. Series: NIJ, Research Report. NCJ. Click here to view.

 

U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. (2011). Problem-Solving Tips A Guide to Reducing Crime and Disorder Through Problem-Solving Partnerships. Click here to view.

 

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