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by N. F. Iannone

Download Supervision of Police Personnel (Prentice-Hall series in criminal justice) eBook
ISBN:
0138769877
Author:
N. F. Iannone
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Prentice-Hall; 3rd edition (1980)
Pages:
418 pages
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1205 kb
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1983 kb
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1547 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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463


For professionals with a career in police supervision, human or organizational behavior, criminal justice, community relations, mediation, and/or ethics.

For professionals with a career in police supervision, human or organizational behavior, criminal justice, community relations, mediation, and/or ethics. Series: Pearson Criminal Justice.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 391-401) and index. 1. The supervisor's role - Chap. 2. The supervisor's function in organization, administration, and management - Chap. 3. Employee satisfaction, grievances, and complaints - Chap. 4. Elements of leadership, supervision, and command presence - Chap. 5. The essentials of communicating - Chap. 6. Some psychological aspects of supervision - Chap. 7. Principles of interviewing - Chap. 8. Special problems in counseling - Chap. 9. Discipline : principles, policies and practices - Chap.

Bibliography: p. 420-428. The supervisor's role - 2. The supervisor's function in organization administration, and management - 3. Leadership, supervision, and command presence - 4. Employee dissatisfaction, grievances, and complaints - 5. Some psychological aspects of supervision - 6. The essentials of communicating - 7. Principles of interviewing - 8. Special problems in counseling and remediation

Supervision of Police Personnel is probably not what the average police officer would choose to read. But it is a book that many promotional exam questions are taken from, and it is well written.

Supervision of Police Personnel is probably not what the average police officer would choose to read.

For courses in Police Supervision I purchased Iannone's book as part of my preparation for the California State Sergeant's Exam and found it to directly answer several of the questions in the management section o. .

For courses in Police Supervision. This book offers complete coverage for leadership training of supervisors in law enforcement and allied fields. I purchased Iannone's book as part of my preparation for the California State Sergeant's Exam and found it to directly answer several of the questions in the management section of the test. I highly recommend this as a resource for anyone seeking to promote in law enforcement.

Supervision of Police Personnel book.

Prentice Hall is a major educational publisher owned by Pearson plc. Prentice Hall publishes print and digital content for the 6–12 and higher-education market. Prentice Hall distributes its technical titles through the Safari Books Online e-reference service. On October 13, 1913, law professor Charles Gerstenberg and his student Richard Ettinger founded Prentice Hall. Gerstenberg and Ettinger took their mothers' maiden names-Prentice and Hall-to name their new company.

We have yet to find a department that thinks it could do with fewer personnel.

This paper examines how Edmonton Police Service has built on the foundation of communitybased policing and problem solving in an effort to achieve greater levels of efficiency and effectiveness. We have yet to find a department that thinks it could do with fewer personnel.

Supervision of Police Personnel. Nathan F Iannone; Marvin D Iannone; Jeff Bernstein.

The oft-cited bible of police supervision Longtime best-selling Supervision of Police Personnel addresses the essential knowledge, skills, and characteristics every professional law enforcement supervisor and manager should have. This authority in the field examines what it takes to move from officer to supervisor; key supervisory responsibilities such as training, coaching, and counseling; and dealing with citizen complaints, problem employees, and tactical deployment of field forces in critical situations.

Publisher: Prentice-Hall; 3rd edition (1980
  • Aurizar
If this is your first time buying the book then it's a great read. But for me, a waste of money. I have the 6th Edition and expected this new one to have new info. IT DOESN'T!!!!! Same book, different cover.
  • Shak
I had to read this for a supervisors exam, it reminds me of a college student who has a one page paper that he has to make fill a 10 page paper. Why use one paragraph when you can take 5 pages to get a simple concept accross. Its 90 % common sense ideas, dont expect to learn anything. If you have to read it just read the single page summary at the end of each chapter.
  • LivingCross
Yes, the subject matter is extremely dry but like it or not, Iannone is the gold standard in police supervision books. Most test makers draw from this book more than any other when it comes to supervision theory and the concepts show up over and over in police promotional exams. The book is frontloaded with the most useful concepts and the first couple of chapters must be slowly read. Other parts of the book can be skimmed but it is still a great reference. The book was shipped quickly and the price was cheaper on Amazon then anywhere else. I see little need to buy the newest edition (unless specific pages or chapters in this book are referenced by some study class you are taking) since the supervisory concepts are mostly unchanged.
This book purchase will be a more than worthwhile investment if you get promoted. Good luck.
  • Larosa
This book is boring. No way around it. I'm an avid reader but this was like plodding through a muddy bog of boredom. None the less my agency uses it for promotional study and it had to be done. Its tolerable but very little of it applied to my agency specifically so I was studying theory. Our policies and modern leadership concepts conflict with some of the teachings of this book. I didn't get the study guide, I just used a highlighter an a lot of time. (I passed and was promoted, so the material is that which can be absorbed)
  • Arar
Were it not a required reading for a class, I would not recommend this short and drawn out book that provides you with the same common sense information that you would receive from working in any job. The author apparently had to meet a certain amount of pages in order to publish this book, therefore there is a lot of jibber jabber on nothing.
  • Lyrtois
Terribly boring read. Would never read this if it wasn't a promotional study requirement. I feel that this Author is far detached from real Police Work. Way too over analytical! Can we please just get back to the basics of Police. Stop trying to reinvent the wheel every couple years with some new Policing tactic.
  • Nargas
I had to buy this book for a promotion test. The reading material is good but it didn’t inspire me nor did I learn anything I wasn’t already aware of.
Returned it... Pretty much all they did is rearrange the chapters and up the price. What a money making scam. Wouldn't be surprised if there are kickbacks from the departments to use this book in testing.