Homeland Security for Police Administration

Homeland Security for Police Administration : Recruitment, Retention and Organizational Strategies

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For courses in Homeland Security, Current Police Policies, and Issues in Policing and Homeland Security.

Homeland Security for Police Administration, 1st Edition, explores the new role of domestic policing in Homeland Security through the voices of Joseph Pascarella and ten other researchers in the field. Through self-contained essays, the contributing authors examine issues such as recruitment, retention, implementation models, counter terrorism initiatives, and future issues related to Homeland Security and police administration. A common theme resonates throughout-understanding the evolving role of the police, police managers and administrators in ensuring Homeland Security today.
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  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 178 x 235mm
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 0131132709
  • 9780131132702

Table of contents

INTRODUCTION: "Homeland Security within the Evolving Strategy of Policing."

Joseph E. Pascarella, Ph.D., Universityof Maryland, UniversityCollege

Long Island University Homeland Security Management Institute

1. "Homeland Security and Policing and Law Enforcement in a Post-9/11 World."

Joseph E. Pascarella, Ph.D. 2. "The Etiology of Terrorism and Threats to the Nation's Homeland Security."

Susann Kimmelman, Queens College, City University of New York 3. "Navigating the Legal Maze of Police Recruiting and Hiring in a Post 9/11 World."

Christopher Sullivan, J.D., Molloy College 4. "Recruiting Quality Police Officers for Effective Community Policing for Homeland Security."

Joseph A. Schafer, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University-Carbondale 5. "College Education and Policing Today's World: A Review of the New York City

Police Department's Cadet Corps."

John A. Eterno, Ph.D., MolloyCollege

6. "Municipal Policing and Law Enforcement Agency Crime Analysis and Counter-Terrorism."

Rachel Boba, Ph.D., FloridaInternationalUniversity

7. "The Compstat Management Paradigm: An Effective Model for Incorporating Homeland Security Strategies."

Vincent E. Henry, Ph.D., Long IslandUniversity

8. "A Framework for Sustainable Port Security."

John R. Harrald, Ph.D., GeorgeWashingtonUniversity

Hugh W. Stephens, Ph.D., Universityof Houston

Johan Rene vanDorp, D. Sc., GeorgeWashingtonUniversity

9. "Research Needs to Support the Emergency Manager of the Future."

John C. Pine, LouisianaStateUniversity

10. "Early Lessons Learned and the Future of Homeland Security for Police Administration."

Joseph E. Pascarella, Ph.D., Universityof Maryland, UniversityCollege

Long Island University Homeland Security Management Institute
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About Joseph Pascarella

Joseph E. Pascarella, Ph. D. is currently a Captain in the New York Police Department, and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Maryland University College and a Senior Fellow at the Long Island University Homeland Security Management Institute. He also works as a consultant for the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and obtained his Ph. D. from the City University of New York in 2003.

He was also a recent recipient (2003) of a Fulbright Fellowship to lecture and conduct research at the National Police College of Finland in Espoo, Finland. And his most recent research appeared in Volume 8 Number 1 of The International Journal of Police Science and Management. His research interests include police organizational management and strategic initiatives, homeland security for police and law enforcement agencies, and transnational crime and criminal networks.
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