Law Enforcement, Communication, and Community

Editor
| Center for Police Practices and Community
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Given widespread media attention to issues of crime and its prevention, police heroism, and new modes of police-community involvements, this international collection is timely. It is unique in examining ways in which police and citizens communicate across a range of contexts and problem areas. While much attention is afforded the critical roles of communication by police agencies, there has been little recourse to communication science and its theories. Likewise, the latter has not, until recently, concerned itself with analyzing police-citizen interactions. This volume examines the character of such encounters, forging new theoretical frameworks having implications for practice in many instances. Topics include media portrayals of law enforcement, communication and new technologies within police culture, domestic violence, hate crimes, stalking, sexual abuse, and hostage negotiations. This book should be relevant not only to a range of social sciences besides Communication scholars and students, but also to practitioners working in the field.

[Not in series, 112]  2002.  x, 265 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Foreward
Camerino Sanchez
ix
Revoking our right to remain silent: Law enforcement communication in the 21st century
Michelle Chernikoff Anderson, Thomas J. Knutson, Howard Giles and MaryLinda Arroyo
1–32
Community policing as communication reform
Ed Maguire and William Wells
33–66
Attitudes, culture and emotion in police talk
Keith Tuffin
67–83
The impact of contemporary communication and information technologies on police organizations
Andrew J. Flanagin
85–105
Fictional cops: Who are they, and what are they teaching us?
Jan J.M. v.d. Bulck
107–127
Communication issues in policing family violence
Mary Anne Fitzpatrick
129–153
The discourse of police interviews: The case of sexually abused children
Ann-Christin Cederborg
155–172
In the shadow of the stalker: The problem of policing unwanted pursuit
Brian H. Spitzberg
173–200
Signs and cultural messages of bias motivated crimes: Analysis of the hate component of intergroup violence
Edward Dunbar
201–228
Crisis/hostage negotiations: A communication-based approach
Randall Gage Rogan and Mitchell R. Hammer
229–254
Index
255–265
“This book is a significant contribution to Police Communication and should be of interest to researchers and students in Communication, Psychology, and the emerging area of Peace Linguistics. As a teacher in a Community Policing Course in Recife,Brazil I applaud this editorial/publishing achievement, and hope it will be followed by other volumes , as we become thoroughly knowledgeable about about police/citizens interactions all over the world ,so as to help improve the communicative quality of law enforcement practices in our communities.”
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Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies
BIC Subject: GTC – Communication studies
BISAC Subject: LAN004000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2002025405