American Journal of Police: Volume 15 Issue 4


Table of contents

Crime, criminals and guns in “natural settings”: exploring the basis for disarming federal rangers

Michael R. Pendleton

Reports from within a larger study of crime and enforcement in forests and parks, this field study having taken place in western USA over a 24‐month period. Interviews…


Contributory factors affecting arrest in domestic and non‐domestic assaults

Helen M. Eigenberg, Kathryn E. Scarborough, Victor E. Kappeler

Provides empirical evidence for the first time to suggest that police officers are less apt to arrest in domestic violence cases when directly comparing officers…


To pursue or not pursue? That is the question: modeling police vehicular pursuits

Jeffrey D. Senese, Thomas Lucadamo

Studies incident‐level pursuit data collected by a large metropolitan police department in the USA over the past decade. Demonstrates that accidents are the outcome of…


Emergency response and pursuit issues in Alabama

Keller Mark McGue, Tom Barker

Examines a questionnaire returned by 188 Alabama police and sheriffs’ departments with regard to pursuit issues. Considers variables such as department size, current…


An analysis of the rates of injury and fatal accidents in Michigan State police pursuits: a Michigan emergency response study

Dennis M. Payne, John Charles Fenske

Compares accident injuries and fatalities occurring during a one‐year Michigan emergency response study (MERS) with figures for the state’s general population accidents…




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