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· New information on police-citizen contacts
· New information on body-worn cameras (BWCs)
· New information on police-citizen cooperation (and lack thereof) as a challenge of policing
· New “A Research Question” (media and citizens’ attitudes toward the police)
· New information on women and people of color police officers
· New “Good Policing” (good policing changes over time)
· New/revised “A Research Question” (current state of police research)
· New information about changes in policing during the community problem-solving era
· New “Police Spotlight” (police officer salaries and consequences)
· New “Good Policing” (police as warriors vs. guardians)
· New “Police Spotlight” (“Scoop and Run” in the Philadelphia PD, nontraditional police task)
· New “Good Policing” (the need for new measures of police effectiveness)
· New section on police responding to people in need, people with mental illness, crisis intervention teams)
· New section on police use of Narcan
· New “Police Spotlight” (San Diego PD recruitment efforts)
· New information on police salaries
· New “Research Question” (how male and female college students perceive a police career)
· New information about diversity of police officers
· New “Good Policing” (Tulsa PD recruit training)
· New information on foot patrol
· New “A Research Question” (CCTV and directed patrol)
· New information on traffic stops
· New information on stop, question, and frisk
· New “Police Spotlight” (ancestry DNA and the Golden State Killer)
· Moved material on “proof” to Chapter 9
· New “A Research Question” (secondary transfer of DNA)
· New information on DNA and DNA analysis
· New information as video as evidence
· New information on BWCs
· New information/section on race and implicit bias
· New information on de-policing and Ferguson Effect
· New “A Research Question” (BWCs)
· New “Good Policing” (BWCs)
· New discussion of proof and probable cause
· Many revised discussions to shorten the chapter
· New section on juveniles and the Miranda requirement
· New “Police Spotlight” (dealing with event trauma)
· New “A Research Question” (shiftwork, fatigue, and gender)
· New information on body armor
· New “Police Spotlight” (de-escalation)
· New “Good Policing” (transparency in police use of force)
· New information on police use of force
· New “A Research Question” (but still suicide by cop)
· New information on police use of robots and drones
· New reorganized section on the control of police use of force
· New information/sections on de-escalation, early intervention systems, BWCs
· New “Police Spotlight” (still Denver PD police complaint mediation program
· New information on numerous chapter topics
· New information on perceptions of police honesty and ethics
· Added many examples of community policing in various PDs
· New information on law enforcement use of social media
· New information on community policing vs. problem-oriented policing
· New “A Research Question” (procedural justice)
· Added many examples of problem-oriented policing (with a new diagram)
· New “Police Spotlight” (smart policing in Chicago)
· New information on smart policing (its meaning changed since the 1e)
· New information to clarify various strategies discussed in the chapter, including how these strategies may be controversial
· New “Good Policing” (a problem-oriented approach to CompStat)
· New “A Research Question” (crime analysis)
· Condensed discussion of terrorism
· New “Research Spotlight” (far-right extremism)
· New information about future of policing including militarization of the police
· New “Good Policing” (BWCs and accountability)
· New information on the future technologies of policing