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Common Sense Police Supervision by
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2018-07-27
This practical hands-on book is packed full of step-by-step guidelines and suggestions for carrying out a multitude of leadership tasks and responsibilities focused on a changing work force that serves an equally changing and complex society. While emphasizing the real value of common sense in good leadership practices, the author furnishes the aspiring novice or veteran police supervisor with specific advice on how to train, counsel, inspect, discipline, and assess the performance of his or her subordinates. He strives to help the supervisor with the vital obligations of being a planner, a problem resolution officer, and effective communicator within as well as outside the law enforcement organization.
Police Chief 101 by
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2020-06-11
This book will serve the new, veteran or wannabe chief equally well. Authored by a police chief with 50 years of law enforcement experience, it provides practical, commonsense advice for doing the multitude of jobs the chief faces with effectiveness and efficiency. It furnishes sound advice intended to help the chief retain his physical, emotional and ethical health while leading a professional law enforcement agency.
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K9 supervisor's manual : dynamics in developing and managing police K9 units by
Call Number: HV 8025 E35 2021
Publication Date: 2021
The book covers how police dogs are an asset to law enforcement and have a proven history of reducing deadly force encounters. Then it discusses the five fundamental factors for running a successful unit and why some K9 units fail. A history of police dog operations in North America provides insight into where the industry is today and how a growing dependence on civilian training programs is influencing modern K9 law enforcement.
Legal Considerations for Fire and Emergency Services by
Call Number: KF 3826 E5 V37 2022
Publication Date: 2022-01-10
"Author J. Curtis Varone, a practicing attorney and experienced firefighter, explores comprehensive coverage of the major legal issues in the fire and EMS services, such as negligence; immunity; criminal law; arson; search and seizure; FLSA wage and hour over time issues; employment discrimination; sexual harassment; FMLA; Americans with Disabilities Act; public records laws; open meetings requirements; drug testing; due process; collective bargaining for firefighters; OSHA and the relationship between NFPA standards and OSHA enforcement; EMS related topics such as consent, implied consent, informed consent, the role of DNR orders, living wills, and durable powers of attorney for health care decisions; refusals against medical advice; and much more"