19 edition of Gender and community policing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-248) and index.
|Statement||Susan L. Miller.|
|Series||The Northeastern series on gender, crime, and law|
|LC Classifications||HV7936.C83 M6 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 255 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||255|
|ISBN 10||1555534147, 1555534139|
|LC Control Number||99025017|
This study aimed to evaluate the temporal relationship between gender diversity and the adoption of community policing. The results from three separate structural equation models suggest that gender diversity is the stronger temporal predictor. The findings highlight the potential importance of gender diversity in organizational change. Women continue to be underrepresented in policing, and female officers are more likely to work in gender-specific areas within their organizations. Policing and Gendered Justice provides a comprehensive analysis of women and policing in North America. It further enhances the body of knowledge on gender and policing by bridging the gap between theory and practice, and by .
designation. Rather, community policing is a law enforcement philosophy, a way of thinking about improving public safety. While there is a lack of standardization regarding specific terminology and strategies of community policing across cities, community policing efforts can generally be grouped into three broad 2 Diamond & Weiss (). To date, no succinct overview of community policing exists for practitioners who want to learn to use this wide-ranging approach to address the problems of crime and disorder in their communities. Understanding Community Polic-ing, prepared by the Community Policing Consortium, is the beginning of an effort to bring community policing into focus.
Community policing not only addresses community concerns, but it is a philosophy that turns traditional policing on its head by empowering the community rather than dictating to the community. Community policing rests on the belief that only by working together with people the police is able to improve quality of life. “The existing literature points toward an expectation that increased racial and gender diversity and community policing will not actually be associated with lower police use of .
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This book discusses Community Policing in a small Neighbourbood town and discusses the differences between Gender and community policing book Policing Officers (known as Neighbourhood Policing Officers) and Patrol Officers, specifically the gender differences.
The author investigates if a particular gender is more suited to one of the two types of by: Gender And Community Policing by Susan L. Miller,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(9).
Community policing is information-intensive, and technology plays a central role in helping to provide ready access to quality information. Accurate and. timely information makes problem-solving efforts more effective and ensures that officers are informed about the crime and community conditions of.
Gender and Policing is an innovative study of the real world of street policing and the gender issues which are a central part of this. Derived from extensive ethnographic research (involving police responses to gangland shootings, high speed car chases as well as more routine policing activities), this book examines the way police attitudes and beliefs Cited by: Gender And Community Policing: Walking the Talk (Northeastern Series on Gender, Crime, and Law) (Updated Edition) by Susan L.
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With the advent of community policing, women\'s perceived skills are finally finding a legitimate place in police work, and law enforcement structures now encourage such previously undervalued feminine traits as trust, cooperation, compassion, interpersonal communication, and conflict resolution.\" \"In this illuminating study of gender and.
Gender and Policing is an innovative study of the real world of street policing and the gender issues which are a central part of this. Derived from extensive ethnographic research (involving police responses to gangland shootings, high speed car chases as well as more routine policing activities), this book examines the way police attitudes and beliefs combine to perpetuate a.
Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Differences in Perceptions of the Police: The Salience of Officer Race Within the Context of Racial Profiling. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 28(2), pp Book. The End of Policing is a book by the American sociologist Alex S. author argues for the eventual abolition of the police, to be replaced variously by decriminalization or with non-law enforcement approaches, depending on the crime.
Vitale argues that the function of police is to uphold inequalities of class, gender, race or sexuality. Gender issues in policing have traditionally been ignored by research and policy efforts, leading to gender crisis in the police industry worldwide (Brown and Heidensohn ).
As a result, research models on policing are centred on males just as the police profession is dominated by men and is often associated with masculinity (Brown and. Equality and Diversity is a key theme on all policing degree courses. The book starts by contextualising equality and diversity within the legislative and policy framework.
It then examines the recent historical context by outlining some of the difficulties and criticisms that the police have faced in dealing with matters of equality and diversity. The Program on Race, Gender & Policing explores the relationship between race, gender, and the ways people are policed.
Policing refers to not only the activities of law enforcement officers, but also the ways that other actors, such as immigration officials, prison officials, schools, and private civilians, participate in surveillance and control.
Pellegrini said gender policing amounts to a form of cultural oppression. According to Pellegrini, in most states, transgender and gender non-conforming people are not protected from workplace or.
Law enforcement lacks gender diversity Female cops are statistically less likely to discharge their weapons and receive far less complaints than their fellow male officers.
Studies have shown that they are better at communication and trust-building and employ those tactics more often than using physical force during an arrest. In this illuminating study of gender and community policing, Susan L. Miller draws on a combination of survey data, forthright interviews with a diverse mix of police officers, and extensive fieldwork conducted in a midwestern city where community policing has been practiced for over a decade.
She describes the differences and similarities in. We have challenged law enforcement (the NYPD) and federal agencies (the FBI, DHS, and ICE) on behalf of communities of color, Muslims, LGBTIQ people, and immigrant communities on racially discriminatory stop-and-frisk practices and the post-9/11 surveillance and harassment of Muslims; from legislation that unequally punishes LGBTIQ people to the unlawful and terrifying.
Defining Gender-Biased Policing Gender-biased policing is a term used to capture certain law enforcement practices that are rooted in (conscious or unconscious) gender stereotypes, have a discriminatory and disproportionate impact on women, and subject women and LGBT people to harassment, violence, or hostility by police officers.
Gender and Policing is an innovative study of the real world of street policing and the gender issues which are a central part of this. Derived from extensive ethnographic research (involving police responses to gangland shootings, high speed car chases as well as more routine policing activities), this book examines the way police attitudes and beliefs.
Gender policing is trying to regulate how an individual expresses their gender. The concept of gender policing is present in practically every aspect of our lives from the clothes we choose to wear to the hobbies we choose to take part in.
Gender policing even affects the way we walk and sit. Though there is no official rule book for. We seek to amplify Black voices with our collection of research insights. Topics cover Social Inequality & Systemic Racism, Policing Race & Civil Unrest, Racism & Oppression, Health Disparities and Gender.
Most children stick to their sex-segregated script, embracing group rules, weeding out those who don't; in preschool, kids start gender-policing. But some kids start showing signs of resistance then.Gender policing is the imposition or enforcement of normative gender expressions on an individual who is perceived as not adequately performing, through appearance or behavior, the sex that was assigned to them at birth (see gender performativity).Gender policing serves to devalue or delegitimize expressions that deviate from normative conceptions of gender, thus reinforcing the gender .Gender and Policing is an innovative study of the real world of street policing and the gender issues which are a central part of this.
Derived from extensive ethnographic research (involving police responses to gangland shootings, high speed car chases as well as more routine policing activities), this book examines the way police attitudes and beliefs combine to perpetuate a Reviews: 1.