Police Education and Training in a Global Society

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Police Education and Training in a Global Society provides an international survey of police officer education. Editors Peter C. Kratcoski and Dilip K. Das bring together police educators from every continent to explore the similarities and differences in preparing the police to meet their goals and accomplish their missions around the world. Represented are perspectives on training new recruits, in-service training, and advanced training. Several chapters focus on the specialized training such as that required ...

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Police Education and Training in a Global Society provides an international survey of police officer education. Editors Peter C. Kratcoski and Dilip K. Das bring together police educators from every continent to explore the similarities and differences in preparing the police to meet their goals and accomplish their missions around the world. Represented are perspectives on training new recruits, in-service training, and advanced training. Several chapters focus on the specialized training such as that required to combat terrorism. Throughout, the need to concentrate on the development of technical skills and human relations is emphasized. The right combination of formal education and technical training is required if the police of the 21st century are to be effective. Police Education and Training in a Global Society is an ideal reference for police training professionals and those pursuing criminal justice and police training.

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Peter C. Kratcoski, PhD, is Emeritus Professor of Justice Studies at Kent State University and Adjunct Professor of Justice Studies at Kent State University's Regional Campuses. Dilip K. Das, PhD, is founder and president of the International Police Executive Symposium and editor-in-chief of Police Practice and Research: An International Journal.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Part I: Introduction Chapter 2 The Challenges of Police Education and Training in a Global Society Part 3 Part II: Police Education and Training in Africa, Asia, and the Near East Chapter 4 Police Training and Education in Bahrain Chapter 5 Police Education and Training in Qatar: A Comprehensive Comparative View Chapter 6 Management of Police Training and Education: An Overview of the Uganda Police Force Chapter 6 Overview of Taiwan Police Education System Chapter 7 Police Training and Education in Thailand Part 9 Part III: Police Education and Training in Europe Chapter 10 Police Education and Training in the Ukraine Chapter 11 Police Training and Education: A Perspective of Austria Chapter 12 The Police Education and Training in the Republic of Serbia Chapter 13 A Comparative Account of Police Training in Four Countries Chapter 14 Police Training and Education: The Croation Perspective Chapter 15 Police Training and Education: A Comparative Global Perspective Part 16 Part IV: Police Education and Training in North and South America Chapter 17 Police Training for Democracy Chapter 18 Police Education and Training in a Global Society: A Brazilian Overview Part 19 Part V: Specialized Police Education and Training Chapter 20 Police Training: The New Look Chapter 21 The ICRC and Relations with Police and Security Forces Chapter 22 Policing Domestic Violence in Ethnic Communities: A Survey of Training Needs for Police Officers in New South Wales, Australia Chapter 22 Designing the Future's Police Leaders Part 23 Part VI: Police Training Models Chapter 24 Police Training and Education in the United Kingdom Chapter 24 Law Enforcement Training in Southeast Asia: A Theory-Driven Process and Outcome Evaluation Chapter 25 Training at the Surete du Quebec Chapter 26 Counter-Terrorism in Turkey: Organizational and Operational Structure and Training Chapter 26 Polish Police Training System and the Current Crime Threat Part 27 Part VII: Issues in Police Education and Training Chapter 28 Determinants of Police Recruit Satisfaction with Field Training Chapter 30 Noble Cause Police Corruption: Suggestions for Training Chapter 32 Barks and Bites? The Impact of Training on Police Canine Force Outcomes

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