Part 1: Studying Classical Police Integrity Theory and Methodology.- Chapter 1: Exploring empirical research on police integrity.- Chapter 2: Overlapping shades of blue: Exploring police officer, supervisor, and administrator cultures of police integrity.- Chapter 3: Exploring differences in police integrity within a centralized police system.- Part 2: Expanding the Police Integrity Theory.- Chapter 4: Seriousness of police (mis)behavior and organizational justice.- Chapter 5: Exploring the relation between support for community policing and police integrity in South Africa.- Chapter 6: The contours of an organizational theory of green police integrity.- Chapter 7: Police integrity and the perceived effectiveness of policing: Evidence from a survey among Ugandan police officers.- Chapter 8: A complex relation between the code of silence and education.- Part 3: Expanding the Police Integrity Methodology.- Chapter 9: Public views about police misconduct and police integrity in a comparative perspective.- Chapter 10: Similar, different or somewhere in between? The police officer and citizen views on police misconduct.- Chapter 11: Slovenian resident and police officer evaluations of the harm caused by different types of police deviance.- Chapter 12: Exploring gender differences in the Australian context: Organizational and cultural dimensions of ethical attitudes.- Part 4: Exploring Validity and Reliability of Police Integrity Methodology.- Chapter 13: Improving the measurement of police integrity: An application of LTM to the Klockars et al. (1997) scales.- Chapter 14: The speed of progress: Comparing citizen perceptions of police corruption in Croatia over time.- Chapter 15: The effects of ethics training on police integrity.
Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovic is Professor at the School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University. She holds a doctorate in criminology (Ph.D., University of Delaware) and a doctorate in law (S.J.D., Harvard University). Dr. Kutnjak Ivkovic is currently serving as Chair of the American Society of Criminology International Division. Dr. Kutnjak Ivkovic has served as Vice Chair (2009-2011) and Chair (2011-2013) of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences International Section and is a co-founder and co-chair of the Law and Society Association Collaborative Research Network on Lay Participation. Dr. Kutnjak Ivkovic received the 2017 Mueller Award for Distinguished Contributions to International Criminal Justice, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences International Section. Her research focuses on comparative and international criminology, criminal justice, and law. Dr. Kutnjak Ivkovic is the author of Reclaiming Justice: The International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and Local Courts (Oxford University Press, 2011; co-authored with John Hagan), Enhancing Police Integrity (Springer, 2006; co-authored with Carl Klockars and Maria R. Haberfeld), The Fallen Blue Knights: Controlling Police Corruption (Oxford University Press, 2005), and Lay Participation in Criminal Trials (Austin & Winfield, 1999). Dr. Kutnjak Ivkovic is also an editor of Measuring Police Integrity (Springer, 2015; co-edited with Maria H. Haberfeld) and Contours of Police Integrity (Sage, 2004; co-edited with Carl Klockars and Maria R. Haberfeld). Her book Reclaiming Justice: The International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and Local Courts, co-authored with John Hagan, won the 2014 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences International Section Book Award. The Contours of Police Integrity book received the American Society of Criminology International Division Honorable Mention. Her work has appeared in leading academic and law journals such as the Law and Society Review; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology; Criminology and Public Policy; Law and Policy; Stanford Journal of International Law; Cornell International Law Journal; Crime, Law, and Social Change; European Journal of Criminology; Policing and Society; Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management; Police Quarterly.
Maria (Maki) Haberfeld is a Professor of Police Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. She holds a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from City University of New York. Dr. Haberfeld served in the Israeli Defense Forces in a counter-terrorist unit and left the army at the rank of a Sergeant. Later she served in the Israel National Police and left the force at the rank of Lieutenant. Dr. Haberfeld is one of the co-creators of Police Leadership Program for the NYPD sworn officers and its Academic Director since its creation in 2001. In addition, Dr. Haberfeld has created the Law Enforcement Leadership Institute for Police Chiefs in NY State and an on-line Law Enforcement Leadership Certificate. Dr. Haberfeld has trained police forces around the country and the world, including the Dominican Republic, the Czech Republic, Poland, India, China, Cyprus, Turkey, Mongolia, Taiwan, and has conducted research in over 70 police departments in the US and in 35 countries. Dr. Haberfeld also developed and trained some units of the US Military forces, including the U.S. Marines. Her publications include: A New Understanding of Terrorism (co-editor, Springer, 2010), Modern Piracy and Maritime Terrorism (co-editor, Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2012), Terrorism Within Comparative International Context (co-author, Springer, 2009), Russian Organized Corruption Networks and their International Trajectories (co-author, Springer, 2011), Critical Issues in Police Training (Pearson, 2002, 2013; 2018), Police Organization and Training: Innovations in Research and Practice (co-editor, Springer, 2011) Police Leadership: Organizational and Managerial Decision Making Process (Pearson, 2012), Policing Muslim Communities (co-author, 2012), Match-Fixing in International Sports (co-editor, Springer, 2013), Introduction to Policing: the Pillar of Democracy (co-author, Carolina Academic Press, 2014, 2017), and Measuring Police Integrity across the World (co-editor, Springer, 2015). Dr. Haberfeld is also Series Editor of Springer Briefs in Policing, where she recently co-edited 3 briefs on Community Policing and Technology (2018, 2019).
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