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|Foundations: Development of Law Enforcement Organizations and Police Officers|
|Historical Development: Coming to America|
|Federal and State Agencies: Protecting their Borders|
|Police in Society: Organization and Administration of Municipal and County Agencies|
|From Citizen to Officer: Preparing For the Street|
|Policing As Work: Patrolling, Problem Solving, Detecting|
|On Patrol: Meth... MORE|
|Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving: Confronting Crime and Disorder|
|Criminal Investigation: The Science of Detection|
|Constraints: Rule of Law, Accountability, and Liability|
|Rule of Law: Expounding the Constitution|
|Accountability: Ethics, Use of Force, Corruption, and Discipline|
|Civil Liability: Failing the Public Trust|
|Special Problems, Challenges, and Populations|
|Addressing Terrorism, Gangs, and Drugs|
|Crimes Involving Illegal Immigrants, the Mob, Hate, and Youth|
|Trends and Issues: Labor Relations, Women and Minorities, Stress, and Higher Education|
|Other Challenges Today and Beyond|
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He has authored or coauthored twenty other textbooks, including Justice Administration: Police, Courts, and Corrections Management (5th ed.); Community Policing and Problem Solving: Strategies and Practices (5th ed., with Ronald W. Glensor); Police Supervision and Management: In an Era of Community Policing (2nd ed., with Ronald W. Glensor and Larry K. Gaines); Women in Law Enforcement Careers: A Guide for Preparing and Succeeding with V. Lord); and Policing Communities: Understanding Crime and Solving Problems (an anthology, with R. Glensor and M. Correia). He has also published two historical books– Kansas Temperance: Much Ado about Booze, 1870 — 1920 (with P. Peak) and Kansas Bootleggers (with Patrick G. O’Brien)–as well as more than fifty journal articles and book chapters.
He has served as chairman of the Police Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and as president of the Western and Pacific Association of Criminal Justice Educators. His teaching interests include policing, administration, victimology, and comparative justice systems. He received two gubernatorial appointments to statewide criminal justice committees while residing in Kansas and holds a doctorate from the University of Kansas.