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American Police - A History, 1945-2012 - Thomas A. Reppetto
Call Number: HV8138 .R462 2012
Publication Date: 2012-10-23
"Reppetto, a former officer, extends his history of policing in the United States up to the present. He provides summaries of all the major shifts in approaches to policing in the past 60-plus years as well as profiles of influential leaders, including familiar names like J. Edgar Hoover, Raymond Kelly, and William Bratton. He discusses various approaches to policing-from traditional (1940s) to professional (1950s) to impact policing (1990s) to security policing (current)." Library Journal May 01, 2012

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