Scandal and Reform: Controlling Police Corruption

  title={Scandal and Reform: Controlling Police Corruption},
  author={L. Sherman},
The last two years have been good for students of American police. To the important books by Fogelson (Big City Police), Manning (Police Work: The Organization of Policing), Muir (Streetcorner Politicians) and Goldstein (Policing a Free Society) we can now add Sherman’s book on efforts to control police corruption that grow out of scandals. If not as sweeping or descriptive as Fogelson, comprehensive as Goldstein, comparative as Manning, nor as innovative as Muir, Sherman offers us an… Expand
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