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Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Very-good condition. Stated Fourth Edition. NO remainder marks or clippings. Blue boards are clean and bright, show light wear. Tight spine. NO tears inside book. Previous owner has placed clear-blue tabs on outside page edges for easy chapter access. 451 pages. Light writing and/or light-blue highlighting present throughout book. Does NOT interfere with reading. Synopsis: Known as the source for police supervision, this book offers complete coverage of leadership training of supervisors in law enforcement and allied fields. From proven leadership strategies to methods for maintaining high morale, this book discusses individual and group management techniques and how to carry out the various responsibilities of the supervisor. A variety of issues are explored, from hiring and training, to discipline and evaluation. This edition features the latest on leadership and decision making, more on handling critical incidents, contemporary personnel issues. Booknews: A textbook that examines the principles, practices, and techniques which can be used by supervisors of police personnel in fulfillment of their responsibilities. This edition (4th ed., 1987) brings up-to-date the legal aspects of the supervisor's position, and adds many practicable suggestions. Annotation c. Book News,
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