Leadership Behaviours for Effective Policing
Mark Kilgallon (Hrsg.), Martin Wright (Hrsg.)
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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Politikwissenschaft
An essential handbook of policing leadership behavioural skills for both professional police officers and policing students aspiring to join the force. The behaviours examined are of relevance to all ranks and roles, from a newly appointed police constable to an executive officer.
Behavioural soft skills are essential to effective policing practice and professional development, and are particularly significant in leadership and management roles. This handbook examines the key leadership behaviours and focuses on discreet aspects within policing as well as describing a career timeline. In addition it provides a unique opportunity for leaders to articulate the effects the Covid-19 pandemic has had on law enforcement, examining the impact on policing behaviours and what the blockages are.
Each chapter is written by a well-established serving police leader or policing scholar, bringing together a wealth of experience and understanding and applying this knowledge in context through key case studies and examples. It bridges the gap between theory and practice so readers can apply what they have learnt to their policing roles and effectively formulate and describe their own leadership philosophy and style.
This is a companion book to Behavioural Skills for Effective Policing.
soft skills in policing, policing students, modern policing, building rapport, modern management in policing, professional development, emotional intelligence, communication, soft skills