Crisis Management for Law Enforcement by James Smith

June 6, 2014

"Crisis Management for Law Enforcement" explores the knowledge base and procedures necessary for a law enforcement leader to plan, mitigate, and respond to a crisis and the subsequent consequences. A feature of the textbook is that actual events are explored in a Lessons Learned section. This not only provides the law enforcement leader with lessons in what he or she should do, but also addresses those actions he or she should not take.

James Smith is the Coordinator of Public Safety at Troy University and Deputy Police Chief of the Cottonwood, Alabama Police Department.

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