Investigating Sexual Harassment in Law Enforcement and Nontraditional Fields for Women

Investigating Sexual Harassment in Law Enforcement and Nontraditional Fields for Women

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For courses in Police and Society, Sexual Harassment, Domestic Violence, Domestic Crimes, Employment Law, Gender Studies, Women's Studies, Contemporary Issues in Policing and Police-Community Relations in CJ. Drawing from empirical research and years of practical experience, this new text provides guidance on how to investigate sexual harassment in policing & firefighting. Written for practitioners by professionals in the field of law enforcement & victim advocacy, this text takes a conversational tone through the investigative processes of sexual harassment complaints. With sexual harassment law often changing, this text gives a current look at timely topics. The text addresses a wide range of issues including proactive measures like prevention and training, retaining a positive tone on issues of sensitive nature.show more

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  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 172.7 x 231.1 x 12.7mm | 340.2g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0131185195
  • 9780131185197

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Understanding the Problem Chapter 3: The Law Chapter 4: Gender Harassment and Discrimination Chapter 5: Retaliation Chapter 6: Preventing Sexual Harassment Chapter 7: Designing a Comprehensive Policy Chapter 8: Developing an Effective Training Program Chapter 9: Responsibilities of Supervisors and Managers Chapter 10: Complaint Procedures Chapter 11: Who Should Serve as an Investigator Chapter 12: Beginning the Investigation Chapter 13: Victim Options for Responding Chapter 14: Preparing for the Complainant Interview Chapter 15: Interviewing the Complainant Chapter 16: Interviewing the Respondent Chapter 17: Interviewing the Witness Chapter 18: Making a Determination and Imposing Discipline Chapter 19: Documenting the Investigation Chapter 20: Other Issues Chapter 21: Conclusion Referencesshow more