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Excerpt from Public Relations and the Police
The policeman, on his part, must always remember that law enforcement is not an end in itself; but is, rather, a means to an end - and that end is the maintenance of an orderly society.
During the past 100 years the police have made great strides along the road toward professionalization. AS in other fields, however, the greatest advances have been those which deal with scientific tech niques and equipment. The social problems in policing have not received their fair share of attention.
The present manuscript is an effort to add to the available knowledge in one segment of this sociological aspect of policing; namely, the nature, intensity, and, to some extent, the causes of public attitudes toward the police - commonly called Police Pub lic Relations.
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bound: 150 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 10, 2017)
isbn: 1330408772, 978-1330408773,
weight: 7.5 ounces (