OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTINGS AND USE OF FORCE : practical investigative techniques, second edition.

HATCH, DAVID E. [Browse]
2nd ed.
[Place of publication not identified] CRC Press, 2017.
1 online resource (252 p.)


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Officer-Involved Shootings and Use of Force: Practical Investigative Techniques, Second Edition continues to provide sound and sober models, protocols, and procedures to handle the highly charged fall-out from officer involved shootings. Written by cops for cops, it is designed to address the needs of the agency, the rights of the employee, and the concerns of the public, and give law enforcement the policies and tools to properly investigate and document this high profile area. Updated and expanded, the second edition welcomes contributions from Randy Dickson, one of the nation's
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • Front cover; Contents; Series Editor's Note; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Chapter 1. Why Use a Model Policy?; Chapter 2. Developing a Use-of-Force Policy; Chapter 3. Assigning Investigative Responsibility; Chapter 4. Scene Investigation; Chapter 5. Handling Suspects; Chapter 6. Interviewing Witnesses; Chapter 7. Interviewing Employees Involved in Incidents of Violence; Chapter 8. Documenting Incidents; Chapter 9. Investigating Forced and Assisted Suicides; Chapter 10. Investigating In-Custody Deaths; Chapter 11. The Myth of Positional Asphyxia
  • Chapter 12. Working with Incident Review BoardsChapter 13. Use of Force by Tactical Units; Chapter 14. Multijurisdictional Investigations; Chapter 15. Handling the Media and Politically Charged Situations; Chapter 16. The Individual Impact of Officer-Involved Shootings; Chapter 17. Post-Incident Officer Support; Appendix: Checklists and Sample Forms; Index; Back cover
  • 0-429-24707-9
  • 1-281-12257-2
  • 9786611122577
  • 0-8493-8797-3
  • 311081507
  • 1080585479
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