Table of contents for Policing in America : a reference handbook / Leonard A. Steverson.

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Contents
Preface
1 Background and History
 The Early Stages of Social Control
	Policing in the Early Societies
	The British Roots of American Policing
	Policing in the Early American Colonies
		Early Policing in the Northeast
		Early Policing in the South
		Early Policing in the West
	The Evolution of American Policing: The Nineteenth Century
		Municipal and County Police
		State Police
		Federal Police
		Private Police
	The Evolution of American Policing: The Twentieth Century
		Municipal and County Police
		State Police
		Federal Police
		Private Police
	Policing Changes in Context
	References
2 Problems, Controversies, and Solutions
	The Police Mission
		The Order Maintenance Function
			Law Enforcement
			Patrol
			Investigation
			Other Order Maintenance Duties
		Community Service Function
	The World of the Police
		The Police Mystique
		The Police Personality
		The Police Subculture
		The Hazards of the Job
		Police-community Relations
		Citizen Review Boards
	Ethics in Policing: Police Misconduct
	Issues of Diversity in Policing
		Race Relations and the Police
		African-American Police
		Women Police
		Other Minorities
	The Changing Police Milieu
		The Evolving Nature of Policing
		The Current Police Philosophies
			Community-oriented Policing
			Problem-oriented Policing
			Broken Windows Policing
	New Approaches
		Intelligence-led Policing: The New Paradigm in Policing?
	The Future of American Policing
	References
3 Worldwide Perspective
	International and Comparative Criminal Justice
	Transnational Crime
	International Policing
	The Study of International and Comparative Policing
		Interpol
		Europol
		United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
		Schengen Agreement
	Policing Systems in Other Countries
		Australia
		Canada
		China
		England
		France
		India
		Ireland
		Israel
		Japan
		Mexico
		Russia
		Sweden
	An Overview of World Policing Systems
	References
4 Chronology
5 Biographical Sketches
	Harry Anslinger
	Lola Greene Baldwin
	Samuel Battle
	Alphonse Bertillon
	William Burns
	Patrick Colquhoun
	Wyatt Earp
	Henry Faulds
	Henry Fielding
	John Fielding
	Francis Galton
	Pat Garrett
	Daryl Gates
	Herman Goldstein
	Hans Gross
	Beverly J. Harvard
	Edward Richard Henry
	William James Hershel
	J. Edgar Hoover
	George L. Kelling
	Greg MacAleese
	Eliot Ness
	William H. Parker
	Robert Peel
	Allan Pinkerton
	Theodore Roosevelt
	Frank Serpico
	Bruce Smith
	Eugene Francois Vidocq
	August Vollmer
	Juan Vucetich
	Joseph Wambaugh
	Alice Stebbins Wells
	James Q. Wilson
	O. W. Wilson
6 Data and Documents
7 Directory of Organizations
8 Resources
	Print Resources
		Books
		Journal Articles
		Scholarly Journals
		Magazines
	Nonprint Resources
		Videos and DVDs
		Websites
		Court Cases
Glossary
Index
 About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Police -- United States.
Law enforcement -- United States.
Police -- United States -- History.
Police -- United States -- Biography.
Police -- Cross-cultural studies.