In this chapter, we examine the problems associated with traditional policing and attempt to confirm that policing is in need of systematic reform. In addition, we examine Cultural Transformation Theory and explain how it can be applied as a theoretical framework for community policing. Finally, we introduce our Eight Pillars of the New Community Policing.
- The Civil Rights Revolution
- Research on Policing
- What Is Community Policing?
- Why did Community Policing Fail?
- Problems of Implementation
- Criticisms of Community Policing
- The Call for Partnerships
- Why Do We Need COP?
- Did Traditional Community Policing Work?
- Unmet Promises
- The President’s Taskforce
- Cultural Transformation Theory
- The Domination Model
- The Partnership Paradigm
- The Eight Pillars of the New Community Policing
References and Further Reading
- The Chalice and the Blade: Our History, Our Future (1988) by Riane Eisler [Amazon Book Link]
- The Power of Partnership: Seven Relationships that Will Change Your Life (2003) by Riane Eisler [Amazon Book Link]
- Building Cultures of Partnership and Peace by Riane Eisler [External Document Link]
- The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating A Caring Economics (2008) by Riane Eisler [Amazon Book Link]
- Eisler, R. (2013). Building a caring economy and society: Beyond capitalism, socialism, and other old isms. Cadmus, 2(6), 50-65.
- Eisler, R. (2013). Human possibilities: An integrated systems approach. Journal of Global Education, 69, 269-289.
- The Partnership Way: New Tools for Living and Learning, Healing Our Families, and Our World (1990) by Riane Eisler. [Amazon Book Link]
- Frimoth, M. R. (2013). A partnership model of international safety for child survivors of sexual abuse. (Doctoral Dissertation California Institute of Integral Studies).
- On Combat, The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace (3rd Edition) by Dave Grossman [Amazon Book Link]
- McKee, A. J. (2002). Broken Window Theory. In D. Levison, Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment. Sage: Los Angeles. [External Document Link]
- Potter, T. M. (2010). Reconstructing a new story of nursing: A critical analysis of nursing textbooks using Riane Eisler’s Partnership Paradigm. (Doctoral Dissertation California Institute of Integral Studies).
- Down, Out, and Under Arrest: Policing and Everyday Life in Skid Row (2018) by Forrest Stuart [Amazon Book Link]
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