by Michael S. Scott and Stuart Kirby
This manual is intended for police executives interested in promoting the practice of problem-oriented policing (POP) within their police agency. Whether you’re a chief executive already committed to the idea of POP, but looking for guidance on implementing it, or a senior-level executive tasked to plan your agency’s adoption of POP, this manual should help you decide what steps to take, and in what order, to make POP an integral part of how your police agency does business.
by the South Yorkshire Police Problem Solving & Demand Reduction Programme
by Matthew B. White
Methods of capturing and analyzing data have rapidly developed at the same time that advances have been made in the theory of problem-oriented policing. Police managers who wish to benefit from these developments and implement a program of problem-oriented policing must ensure that their crime analysts are properly inducted into the police environment and that their analytical work is fully integrated into departmental operations. They will then be able to take their proper role as central members of the team in problem-solving projects. This Guide is intended to help police managers attain this goal.
by Rick Brown and Michael S. Scott
This guide deals with the process of implementing responses to problems in problem-oriented policing initiatives. It addresses the reasons why the responses you plan to implement do or do not get properly implemented, and how you can better ensure that they do.
Effective Policing and Crime Prevention: A Problem-Oriented Guide for Mayors, City Managers, and County Executives
by Joel B. Plant and Michael S. Scott
This guide is intended to help local government executives better understand how local government in general, and local police in particular, can more effectively meet public safety challenges.
A Police Organizational Model for Crime Reduction: Institutionalizing Problem Solving, Analysis, and Accountability
by Rachel Boba and Roberto Santos
Problem-Based Field-Training Manuals
by U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services; Police Executive Research Forum; and Reno Police Department