By Larry E. Sullivan, Marie Simonetti Rosen, Dorothy Moses Schulz, Maria (Maki) Haberfeld
This three-volume Encyclopedia of legislations Enforcement provides a complete, severe, and descriptive exam of all points of legislations enforcement at the nation and native, federal and nationwide, and overseas phases. This paintings is a special reference resource that gives readers with expert discussions at the perform and thought of policing in an ancient and modern framework.В The volumes deal with topics which are specific to the realm of kingdom and native, federal and nationwide, and foreign policing. a number of the issues and problems with policing lower throughout disciplinary borders, notwithstanding, and several other entries supply comparative info that areas the topic in context.
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Some departments have tried to deal with this disparity by using various methods of promoting officers from civil service lists. These solutions have sometimes been challenged by white officers as reverse discrimination, and courts have occasionally ruled in their favor. What is clear is that race continues to play a part in determining what opportunities are available to minorities within the police. Although it would be unfair to single out the police as the only employment area still grappling with diversity and affirmative action issues, in recent years, numerous police agencies have been required by the federal courts to develop affirmative action programs to hire more minority group members and women.
Encyclopedia of law enforcement by Larry E. Sullivan, Marie Simonetti Rosen, Dorothy Moses Schulz, Maria (Maki) Haberfeld