Law enforcement administration, local government managers, community leaders, elected officials, and criminal justice students alike will benefit from Strategy.Dr. Maulin Chris Herring, a former police chief and national consultant who now teaches criminal justice, explains how communities can develop a long-term strategic plan to reduce crime, increase the quality of life, and improve relationshi...
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borating with the African American community.Rather than providing a “quick fix” to issues decades in the making, Dr. Herring outlines necessary law enforcement agency transformation, engagement of and diversity within the African American community and how to get the commitment needed to accomplish long-term changes. He gives advice on how to garner support from the whole community as well as from within the ranks of the law enforcement organization.Dr. Herring has walked the beat as a veteran of public safety with more than thirty-one years of experience. Currently the executive director of the Institute for Homeland Security and Workforce Development at North Carolina Central University, Herring has worked as a public safety officer, police sergeant, narcotics officer, director of the North Carolina Center for Community Policing, and police chief. His vast experience gives readers the multistep approach they need to achieve change.