The Ways that Police Deal with People: The Theory and Practice of Process-Based Policing
Using data from systematic social observations of police-citizen encounters, the statistical analyses demonstrate the importance of understanding the dynamics of police citizen encounters. The findings suggest how to enhance police legitimacy and improve the experiences of police citizen interactions. This book will appeal to criminal justice scholars and practitioners. [From Amazon.com]
Edwin Mellon Press
Police-community relations, Police discretion, Police etiquette, Police
Criminal Procedure | Criminology and Criminal Justice | Interpersonal and Small Group Communication | Social Control, Law, Crime, and Deviance
Dai, Mengyan, "The Ways that Police Deal with People: The Theory and Practice of Process-Based Policing" (2010). Sociology & Criminal Justice Faculty Books. 9.