The Resource Inclusive Policing from the Inside Out, Angela L. Workman-Stark

Inclusive Policing from the Inside Out, Angela L. Workman-Stark

Label
Inclusive Policing from the Inside Out
Title
Inclusive Policing from the Inside Out
Statement of responsibility
Angela L. Workman-Stark
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This book provides a roadmap for how police services can address incivility in the workplace and become more inclusive from the inside out. In the past few years policing has come under increased scrutiny due to a number of police-involved shootings and in-custody deaths, where systemic racism, the inability to effectively confront persons suffering from mental illness, and excessive use of force have been perceived by civil rights groups to play a significant factor. These deaths and the subsequent public outcry have led to various constituents questioning the legitimacy of the police. The book incorporates real stories of police officers and case studies of select police organizations. A look inside a number of these departments has identified an equal concern for incivility within the workplace in the form of gender and ethnic harassment and discrimination. The costs of workplace incivility can be significant as workplace victims are not only likely to decrease their work effort, quality of work, and their level of commitment to the organization, they are also likely to mistreat others in the workplace and to take their frustrations out on those they serve. While these costs have a significant impact for police organizations, incivility by police officers against members of the public can have a much greater impact in terms of eroding perceptions of police legitimacy. This book will take a unique approach in providing a model for police organizations to pursue in becoming more inclusive. To this end, this book will be very relevant for police practitioners, reform advisors, researchers, and graduate-level course in special topics
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Workman-Stark, Angela L
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV6001-7220.5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Police administration
  • Police
  • Police
  • Police
  • Social structure
  • Human rights
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Human rights
  • Police administration
  • Police
  • Social structure
  • Canada
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Policing
  • Social Structure, Social Inequality
  • Social Justice, Equality and Human Rights
  • Organization
  • Cultural Policy and Politics
Label
Inclusive Policing from the Inside Out, Angela L. Workman-Stark
Instantiates
Publication
Note
7.5.3 Change Leadership
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Angela L. Workman-Stark; 1 Introduction: A Basis for Policing and Inclusion; Abstract; 1.1 Evolution of Policing; 1.1.1 Police Professionalism; 1.1.2 Community Policing; 1.1.3 Policing Today; 1.2 Police Legitimacy; 1.3 Police Actions; 1.4 Increased Diversity as a Partial Response; 1.5 Internal Police Climate; References; 2 Understanding Police Culture; Abstract; 2.1 Common Depictions of Police Culture; 2.1.1 Solidarity and Suspicion; 2.1.2 Proving Masculinity; 2.1.3 Positive Elements of Police Culture; 2.2 Types of Cultures in Policing
  • 2.2.1 Differences by Rank2.2.2 Differences by Individual Style; 2.2.3 Differences by Organization; 2.3 The Socialization Process; 2.4 Changes in Police Culture; References; 3 Identity and Belonging in Policing; Abstract; 3.1 Identity; 3.1.1 Occupational Identity; 3.1.2 Implications of Occupational Identity; 3.2 Police Occupational Identity; 3.3 Police Identity Formation; 3.3.1 Discovery; 3.3.2 Try-Outs; 3.3.3 Validation and Negation; 3.3.4 Identity Acceptance; 3.3.5 Continued Checks and Salience; 3.4 Types of Identities Within Policing; 3.5 Identity Management; 3.5.1 Gender Identity
  • 3.5.2 Gay and Lesbian Identities3.6 Organizational Identity and Identification; 3.7 Identity Threats; 3.7.1 Organizational Identity Threats; References; 4 Barriers to Inclusion; Abstract; 4.1 Conscious and Unconscious Biases and Stereotypes; 4.1.1 Gender Stereotypes; 4.1.2 Race/Ethnicity Stereotypes; 4.1.3 Sexuality Stereotypes; 4.2 Social Status; 4.3 Police Culture; 4.4 Lack of Mentoring and Networking Opportunities; 4.5 Organizational Policies and Practices; 4.5.1 Traditional Career Path; 4.5.2 Work and Family; 4.5.3 Promotion and Advancement; References
  • 5 Justice Climates in Police OrganizationsAbstract; 5.1 Organizational Climate; 5.2 Justice Climate; 5.2.1 Distributive Justice; 5.2.2 Procedural Justice; 5.2.3 Interactional Justice; 5.3 Unjust Climates and Their Implications for Policing; 5.4 Precursors of Justice Climates; 5.4.1 Leadership; 5.4.2 Organizational Structure; References; 6 The Inclusive Police Organization and a Process for Change; Abstract; 6.1 New Meanings for Diversity and Inclusion; 6.2 The Benefits of Diversity and Inclusion; 6.2.1 The Syrian Refugee Experience; 6.3 The Inclusive Police Organization
  • 6.3.1 Exclusive/Passive Clubs6.3.2 Compliant; 6.3.3 Proactive; 6.3.4 Redefining; 6.3.5 Inclusive; 6.4 The Inclusion Process; 6.4.1 Foundation for Change; 6.4.2 Vision, Goals and the Intervention Plan; 6.4.3 Implementation; References; 7 Establishing the Foundation for Change; Abstract; 7.1 Conducting the Organization Assessment; 7.1.1 The RCMP Experience; 7.2 Gaining Leadership Commitment; 7.3 Assessing Readiness for Change; 7.4 Creating Readiness for Change; 7.4.1 Communication; 7.5 Communication Channels; 7.5.1 Managing External Information; 7.5.2 Employee Involvement
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (214 pages).
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319533094
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
SpringerLink
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-53309-4
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)973182405
  • (OCoLC)ocn973182405
Label
Inclusive Policing from the Inside Out, Angela L. Workman-Stark
Publication
Note
7.5.3 Change Leadership
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Angela L. Workman-Stark; 1 Introduction: A Basis for Policing and Inclusion; Abstract; 1.1 Evolution of Policing; 1.1.1 Police Professionalism; 1.1.2 Community Policing; 1.1.3 Policing Today; 1.2 Police Legitimacy; 1.3 Police Actions; 1.4 Increased Diversity as a Partial Response; 1.5 Internal Police Climate; References; 2 Understanding Police Culture; Abstract; 2.1 Common Depictions of Police Culture; 2.1.1 Solidarity and Suspicion; 2.1.2 Proving Masculinity; 2.1.3 Positive Elements of Police Culture; 2.2 Types of Cultures in Policing
  • 2.2.1 Differences by Rank2.2.2 Differences by Individual Style; 2.2.3 Differences by Organization; 2.3 The Socialization Process; 2.4 Changes in Police Culture; References; 3 Identity and Belonging in Policing; Abstract; 3.1 Identity; 3.1.1 Occupational Identity; 3.1.2 Implications of Occupational Identity; 3.2 Police Occupational Identity; 3.3 Police Identity Formation; 3.3.1 Discovery; 3.3.2 Try-Outs; 3.3.3 Validation and Negation; 3.3.4 Identity Acceptance; 3.3.5 Continued Checks and Salience; 3.4 Types of Identities Within Policing; 3.5 Identity Management; 3.5.1 Gender Identity
  • 3.5.2 Gay and Lesbian Identities3.6 Organizational Identity and Identification; 3.7 Identity Threats; 3.7.1 Organizational Identity Threats; References; 4 Barriers to Inclusion; Abstract; 4.1 Conscious and Unconscious Biases and Stereotypes; 4.1.1 Gender Stereotypes; 4.1.2 Race/Ethnicity Stereotypes; 4.1.3 Sexuality Stereotypes; 4.2 Social Status; 4.3 Police Culture; 4.4 Lack of Mentoring and Networking Opportunities; 4.5 Organizational Policies and Practices; 4.5.1 Traditional Career Path; 4.5.2 Work and Family; 4.5.3 Promotion and Advancement; References
  • 5 Justice Climates in Police OrganizationsAbstract; 5.1 Organizational Climate; 5.2 Justice Climate; 5.2.1 Distributive Justice; 5.2.2 Procedural Justice; 5.2.3 Interactional Justice; 5.3 Unjust Climates and Their Implications for Policing; 5.4 Precursors of Justice Climates; 5.4.1 Leadership; 5.4.2 Organizational Structure; References; 6 The Inclusive Police Organization and a Process for Change; Abstract; 6.1 New Meanings for Diversity and Inclusion; 6.2 The Benefits of Diversity and Inclusion; 6.2.1 The Syrian Refugee Experience; 6.3 The Inclusive Police Organization
  • 6.3.1 Exclusive/Passive Clubs6.3.2 Compliant; 6.3.3 Proactive; 6.3.4 Redefining; 6.3.5 Inclusive; 6.4 The Inclusion Process; 6.4.1 Foundation for Change; 6.4.2 Vision, Goals and the Intervention Plan; 6.4.3 Implementation; References; 7 Establishing the Foundation for Change; Abstract; 7.1 Conducting the Organization Assessment; 7.1.1 The RCMP Experience; 7.2 Gaining Leadership Commitment; 7.3 Assessing Readiness for Change; 7.4 Creating Readiness for Change; 7.4.1 Communication; 7.5 Communication Channels; 7.5.1 Managing External Information; 7.5.2 Employee Involvement
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (214 pages).
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319533094
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
SpringerLink
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-53309-4
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)973182405
  • (OCoLC)ocn973182405

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