Leadership Ethics And Policing

Author: Edwin Meese
ISBN: 9780130268716
Size: 67.22 MB
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Leadership Ethics And Policing from the Author: Edwin Meese. To effectively resolve the law enforcement and public safety challenges of the twenty-first century, "all" police officers, regardless of rank or position, must possess leadership skills as well as an ethical orientation. All police officers are leaders whether they want to be or not. All officers must communicate well; motivate others; make decisions and resolve conflicts; and demonstrate the ability to plan, organize, implement and evaluate tactics, programs, and strategies while maintaining personal and professional integrity. These activities and abilities are the foundation for ethical leadership competence ...the essential ingredient to successful policing. "Leadership, Ethics, and Policing: Challenges for the Twenty-First Century" addresses and stresses the need for ethical leadership competence for all police officers. The book integrates theory and practice as it explores the principles of leadership as well as those associated with values, morality, and ethics, and their relationship to police work. Although the focus is on policing, the ethical leadership concepts presented can be applied to virtually any criminal justice or community-oriented government environment. Therefore, the book is appropriate for nonpolice as well as police personnel. It is essential reading for practitioners and students of public safety. The book is a critical ingredient in each step of leadership development for entry-level personnel as well as for seasoned individuals who are preparing for a promotional exam. Each chapter begins with a set of learning objectives. Key terms and concepts are highlighted in the text and listed for review at the end of each chapter. Discussion questions and scenario-based exercises are also included. Your one-stop shop for police training materials: www.policetrainingstore.com

The Limits Of Bodily Integrity

Author: Ruth Austin Miller
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754670612
Size: 38.78 MB
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The Limits Of Bodily Integrity from the Author: Ruth Austin Miller. Miller's study argues that legislation on abortion, adultery, and rape has been central to the formation of the modern citizen. Case studies on the Ottoman Empire, Turkey, France, and Italy explore the international implications and address the role of sexuality and reproduction in constructing 'civilizational' relationships.

The Principle Of Sustainability

Author: Klaus Bosselmann
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317019202
Size: 25.16 MB
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The Principle Of Sustainability from the Author: Klaus Bosselmann. This book investigates how sustainability informs the universal principles used in domestic and international law. It calls for the acceptance of sustainability as a recognized legal principle which could be applied to the entire legal system rather than just environmental law and regardless of its international or domestic levels. To this end, the book makes a contribution to a theory of global law by discussing whether, as a universally shared concern, environmental protection and the principle of sustainability should contribute to the 'greening' of the fundamental principles of law and governance. The book will be a valuable resource for students, researchers and policy makers working in the areas of environmental law and governance.