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MODEL LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICE AND
OPERATIONS GUIDE. PRICE: $99.00. Includes 404 page printed manual in 3-ring
binder plus PC CD copy in word processing format. CD only: $69.00. Special
Offer: You can order both this manual/CD and the "Model Law Enforcement
Training Procedures" manual/CD as a set for $149.00.
Police work is people work. It is done by people, for people, with people, and
to people. Through the development of police policies and procedures, and
applied training, a police agency can define its role in the community and
control its practices in light of community expectations. Guidelines can be set
for police operations and practices that will make them responsive to community
priorities. Policy indicates to the community where the police agency stands on
major issues and at the same time provides the police department with a set of
standards against which it can be reviewed.
The Model Law Enforcement Service and Operations Guide gives police executives
general guidance in the development of police policy and practice. It could also
be adapted for use as your department operations or "accreditation"
manual. The Guide is a helpful tool to use in comparing, updating and developing
your department's policies and procedures. With the disk copy you can easily
retrieve, edit, copy and print any portion of the manual to fit your needs.
Contents include: Law Enforcement Role and Authority; Agency
Jurisdiction, Mutual Aid and Regional Services; Contractual Services; Legal
Advice and Liability; Organization; Command; General Reporting; Planning and
Research; Crime Analysis; Personnel Alternatives; Fiscal Management;
Classification and Assignment; Compensation, Benefits and Conditions of Work;
Collective Bargaining; Disciplinary Procedures; Training; Promotion; Performance
Evaluations; Patrol; Organized Crime and Vice Control; Juvenile Operations;
Unusual Occurrences; Intelligence; Internal Affairs; Public Information and
Community Relations; Vehicles; Traffic; Police Information; Evidence; Custodial
Care (Holding Cell) Standards; Communications; Law Enforcement Exploring Units;
Police Reserves; Specialized Units; Suspects and Prisoners; Reproducible Forms;
comprehensive Model Police Civil Service Rules, and Index.
The principal contributors to the manual include:
Jerald R. Vaughn, former Executive Director of the International
Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), and Police Chief of Garden City KS and
Donald Pierce, Bellingham WA Police Chief and past president of the
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police.
Don Morrison, Executive Director of the Local Government Institute;
former City Manager in UT, MT and WA, and staff to 5 police civil service
Howard Sellers, Sheriff of Aiken County SC; past president of the MT
Sheriffs & Police Chiefs Assoc.; former FBI Agent and police chief.
Show your chief your support for good law enforcement. Order this important
policy guidance and operations manual today!