|Author:||Harry W. More,John Paul Kenney|
|Title:||Patrol Field Problems and Solutions: 476 Field Situations|
|Format:||lrf mobi doc azw|
|ePUB size:||1505 kb|
|FB2 size:||1769 kb|
|DJVU size:||1173 kb|
|Publisher:||Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd (May 1, 1986)|
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Field training officers can use the field guide as part of the evaluation process when interacting with probationary officers; first-line supervisors can use it to assess how officers resolve problems in terms of application of the law. The preface explains the need for police officers to arrive at a practical solution to many of the problems they confront in the field. It also presents a law enforcement code of ethics. The book?s other chapters briefly explain common situations encountered by police officers and the appropriate way to deal with the situation. Situations involve assault and battery, animal control, anti-noise ordinances, arrest warrants, burglary, child abuse, coordination with other agencies, crime scene issues, and deadly force.