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Police field operations / Thomas F. Adams.

By: Adams, Thomas Francis, 1927-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HV8080.P2 A295 2014Series: Always learning.Publication: Boston : Pearson, ©2014Edition: 8th ed.Description: xvii, 410 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780135050491; 0135050499.Subject(s): Police patrol -- United States | Community policing -- United States
Contents:
New to this edition -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Law enforcement code of ethics -- Chapter 1: Introduction To Patrol Operations: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Organization and leadership -- Evolution of patrol -- Police field operations objectives -- Patrol activities -- Distribution of the patrol force -- Police discretionary prerogatives -- Ethics and integrity -- Civil and criminal liability of the police officer -- Peace Officers' Bill of Rights -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 2: Community Policing: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- What is community policing? -- Evolution of community policing -- Characteristics of community policing -- Problem-oriented policing -- Triangle -- Selective enforcement -- Profiling -- COPS program -- Community policing: Does it really work? -- Community problems and solutions -- Crime prevention programs -- Additional community policing programs -- Field officer and the community -- Personal and professional ethical conduct -- Public information officer -- Human relations mission -- Cultural diversity seminars -- Police reserve (auxiliary) officers -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 3: Basic Patrol Procedures: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Patrol and homeland defense -- Patrol activities -- Types of patrol -- Preparation for patrol -- Foot patrol tactics -- Video surveillance -- Vehicle patrol tactics -- Plainclothes patrol tactics -- District responsibility -- Inspections on patrol -- Attractive nuisances and patrol hazards -- Gang activity -- Surveillance and stakeouts -- Objectives of surveillance -- Preparation for surveillance -- Surveillance methods -- Definition of a stakeout -- Specialized enforcement team -- Undercover assignments -- Team policing -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes.
Chapter 4: Frequently Handled Assignments: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Missing children -- Missing adults -- Intoxication cases -- Civil disputes -- Family disputes -- Domestic violence -- Repossession disputes -- Mentally and emotionally disturbed persons -- Alcoholic beverage control, investigation, and enforcement -- Liquor violations: general investigative techniques -- Abandoned vehicle abatement -- Disorderly conduct -- Stalking and harassment -- Nuisances -- Parades and special events -- Fire scenes -- Rescue and first aid -- Courtesy services -- Assistance for public utilities and service agencies -- Animal calls -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 5: Crimes In Progress: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Field unit response -- Tactics by type of crime -- Coverage of a building or an entire block -- Questioning the suspect -- Weapon guidelines -- General coordination and search -- Methods of search and cover -- Plainclothes assistance -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Chapter 6: Traffic Direction And Enforcement: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Police traffic function -- Traffic control hand signals -- Purpose of collision investigation -- Types of collisions -- Parts of a collision -- Pursuit and emergency vehicle operation -- Abandoning the chase -- Tactical vehicle intervention -- Escorts -- Transport of injured persons -- Legal aspects -- Vehicle stops -- Roadblocks -- Traffic violations -- Violations by special vehicle operators -- Drivers under the influence -- Field determination of DUI -- DUI reports -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 7: Special Challenges: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Disaster response -- Terrorism -- Martial law -- Assignment of responsibility -- Unlawful assembly and riot control -- Use of squads -- Demonstrations and protests -- Crashes and other transportation incidents -- Bombs and bomb threats -- Hazardous materials -- Summary -- Recommended student projects -- Discussion points -- Chapter 8: Arrest, Search, Custody, And Force Options: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Reasonable suspicion and probable cause defined -- Laws of arrest -- Rules of self-defense -- Choice of weapons -- Use of firearms -- Diplomatic immunity -- Entrapment -- Investigative detention -- Search following arrest -- Prisoner control and transportation -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 9: Police Communications: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Interpersonal communications -- Essentials for a police communications system -- Intradepartmental and interdepartmental communications -- External relationships -- Police radios -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes.
Chapter 10: Witness Observation And Perception: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Locate and identify the witness -- Innocent but proven guilty -- Basic requirements of a witness -- Forgetting -- Identification of people -- Eyewitness identification -- Standard formula for property descriptions -- Community policing considerations -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 11: Interviews And Interrogations: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Interviewing -- Definition of terms -- Interviewing process -- General interviewing procedures -- General interviewing techniques -- Questioning the victims and witnesses -- Constitutional guidelines for interrogation -- Custodial interrogation -- Miranda Rights -- Attempts at End Run around Miranda -- Confessions and admissions -- Public safety exceptions to Miranda -- Interrogation approaches -- Field interviews -- People to interview -- Field interview procedure -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 12: Preliminary Investigations: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Prelude to the investigation -- Assess -- Care for the victim -- Apprehend the suspect(s) -- Reassess the situation -- Treat celebrities the same -- Short-lived or transient evidence -- Investigative process -- Types of evidence -- Evidence marking -- Evidence chain of custody -- Evidence storage -- Site photographs -- Site videography -- Site sketches -- Investigation of specific crimes -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 13: Reporting And Records: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Field note taking -- Value of notes -- Retention or destruction of notes -- Notebooks -- Note-taking techniques -- Daily logs -- Report writing -- Purposes for police reports -- Preparing reports -- Guidelines for good reports -- Construction of reports -- Abbreviations -- Ambiguous words and phrases -- Dictation -- Miscellaneous incident reports -- Chain of custody reports -- Arrest reports -- Crime reports -- Suspects -- Property descriptions and other information -- Special reports -- Different reporting policies -- Records -- Uses of records -- Types of records -- Master files -- Report files -- Crime files -- Arrest files -- Offender registrations -- Serial number files -- Stolen object files -- Pawned object files -- Location files -- Vehicle files -- Hypothetical cases -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Chapter 14: Officer Survival And Stress Reduction: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Officers killed and assaulted in the United States -- Officer survival -- Stress: common causes and responses -- General responses to stress -- Critical incident debriefing -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Appendix A: Suggested readings -- Appendix B: Glossary -- Appendix C: Selection process -- Index.
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New to this edition -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Law enforcement code of ethics -- Chapter 1: Introduction To Patrol Operations: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Organization and leadership -- Evolution of patrol -- Police field operations objectives -- Patrol activities -- Distribution of the patrol force -- Police discretionary prerogatives -- Ethics and integrity -- Civil and criminal liability of the police officer -- Peace Officers' Bill of Rights -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 2: Community Policing: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- What is community policing? -- Evolution of community policing -- Characteristics of community policing -- Problem-oriented policing -- Triangle -- Selective enforcement -- Profiling -- COPS program -- Community policing: Does it really work? -- Community problems and solutions -- Crime prevention programs -- Additional community policing programs -- Field officer and the community -- Personal and professional ethical conduct -- Public information officer -- Human relations mission -- Cultural diversity seminars -- Police reserve (auxiliary) officers -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 3: Basic Patrol Procedures: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Patrol and homeland defense -- Patrol activities -- Types of patrol -- Preparation for patrol -- Foot patrol tactics -- Video surveillance -- Vehicle patrol tactics -- Plainclothes patrol tactics -- District responsibility -- Inspections on patrol -- Attractive nuisances and patrol hazards -- Gang activity -- Surveillance and stakeouts -- Objectives of surveillance -- Preparation for surveillance -- Surveillance methods -- Definition of a stakeout -- Specialized enforcement team -- Undercover assignments -- Team policing -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes.

Chapter 4: Frequently Handled Assignments: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Missing children -- Missing adults -- Intoxication cases -- Civil disputes -- Family disputes -- Domestic violence -- Repossession disputes -- Mentally and emotionally disturbed persons -- Alcoholic beverage control, investigation, and enforcement -- Liquor violations: general investigative techniques -- Abandoned vehicle abatement -- Disorderly conduct -- Stalking and harassment -- Nuisances -- Parades and special events -- Fire scenes -- Rescue and first aid -- Courtesy services -- Assistance for public utilities and service agencies -- Animal calls -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 5: Crimes In Progress: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Field unit response -- Tactics by type of crime -- Coverage of a building or an entire block -- Questioning the suspect -- Weapon guidelines -- General coordination and search -- Methods of search and cover -- Plainclothes assistance -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Chapter 6: Traffic Direction And Enforcement: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Police traffic function -- Traffic control hand signals -- Purpose of collision investigation -- Types of collisions -- Parts of a collision -- Pursuit and emergency vehicle operation -- Abandoning the chase -- Tactical vehicle intervention -- Escorts -- Transport of injured persons -- Legal aspects -- Vehicle stops -- Roadblocks -- Traffic violations -- Violations by special vehicle operators -- Drivers under the influence -- Field determination of DUI -- DUI reports -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 7: Special Challenges: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Disaster response -- Terrorism -- Martial law -- Assignment of responsibility -- Unlawful assembly and riot control -- Use of squads -- Demonstrations and protests -- Crashes and other transportation incidents -- Bombs and bomb threats -- Hazardous materials -- Summary -- Recommended student projects -- Discussion points -- Chapter 8: Arrest, Search, Custody, And Force Options: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Reasonable suspicion and probable cause defined -- Laws of arrest -- Rules of self-defense -- Choice of weapons -- Use of firearms -- Diplomatic immunity -- Entrapment -- Investigative detention -- Search following arrest -- Prisoner control and transportation -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 9: Police Communications: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Interpersonal communications -- Essentials for a police communications system -- Intradepartmental and interdepartmental communications -- External relationships -- Police radios -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes.

Chapter 10: Witness Observation And Perception: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Locate and identify the witness -- Innocent but proven guilty -- Basic requirements of a witness -- Forgetting -- Identification of people -- Eyewitness identification -- Standard formula for property descriptions -- Community policing considerations -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 11: Interviews And Interrogations: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Interviewing -- Definition of terms -- Interviewing process -- General interviewing procedures -- General interviewing techniques -- Questioning the victims and witnesses -- Constitutional guidelines for interrogation -- Custodial interrogation -- Miranda Rights -- Attempts at End Run around Miranda -- Confessions and admissions -- Public safety exceptions to Miranda -- Interrogation approaches -- Field interviews -- People to interview -- Field interview procedure -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 12: Preliminary Investigations: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Prelude to the investigation -- Assess -- Care for the victim -- Apprehend the suspect(s) -- Reassess the situation -- Treat celebrities the same -- Short-lived or transient evidence -- Investigative process -- Types of evidence -- Evidence marking -- Evidence chain of custody -- Evidence storage -- Site photographs -- Site videography -- Site sketches -- Investigation of specific crimes -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Endnotes -- Chapter 13: Reporting And Records: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Field note taking -- Value of notes -- Retention or destruction of notes -- Notebooks -- Note-taking techniques -- Daily logs -- Report writing -- Purposes for police reports -- Preparing reports -- Guidelines for good reports -- Construction of reports -- Abbreviations -- Ambiguous words and phrases -- Dictation -- Miscellaneous incident reports -- Chain of custody reports -- Arrest reports -- Crime reports -- Suspects -- Property descriptions and other information -- Special reports -- Different reporting policies -- Records -- Uses of records -- Types of records -- Master files -- Report files -- Crime files -- Arrest files -- Offender registrations -- Serial number files -- Stolen object files -- Pawned object files -- Location files -- Vehicle files -- Hypothetical cases -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Chapter 14: Officer Survival And Stress Reduction: -- Objectives -- Words and phrases to remember -- Introduction -- Officers killed and assaulted in the United States -- Officer survival -- Stress: common causes and responses -- General responses to stress -- Critical incident debriefing -- Summary -- Suggested student projects -- Discussion points -- Appendix A: Suggested readings -- Appendix B: Glossary -- Appendix C: Selection process -- Index.

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