Skillful Strategies for Resolving Conflicts - Can be one of your most powerful tools... Learn How To Refine Your Skills! The majority of calls for law enforcement intervention don't end in arrest, which means the situation either needs to be successfully resolved on the spot OR the problem will persist and police will continue to be called back! In this book you'll find key strategies for acting as a successful mediator in nine of the most common calls to law enforcement: harassment, physical threats a threatening behavior, petit larceny: shoplifting, custody a visitation issues, disturbing the peace, criminal mischief, trespassing, domestic violence, and parental responsibility/juvenile issues. In disputes that don't result in arrest, learn to lower recidivism rates using real-world case studies and expert guidance! Each chapter includes helpful exercises that help enhance your understanding and ensure effective application in the field.Barnes, E. B. (2006) Culture, conflict and mediation in the Asian Pacific. Lanham ... Barsky, A. (2000) Conflict resolution for the helping professions. Stamford ... Blanchfield, T. aamp; Lenahan, T. (2004) New York Security Officer Training Manual.
|Title||:||Conflict Resolution for Law Enforcement|
|Author||:||Kyle E. Blanchfield, Thomas A. Blanchfield, Peter D. Ladd|
|Publisher||:||Looseleaf Law Publications - 2007-10|