edited by William A. Gellner
<p>"Police Leadership in America: Crisis and Opportunity "should not be overlooked. Every once in awhile a book of readings comes along which accomplishes its mission to serve as a forum for argumentation and debate, and present the diversity of views on a particular subject. William Geller, the editor of this lengthy but informative treatise, brings together under one cover a veritable who's who in law enforcement. The list of writers include practitioners, academics, researchers, and critics. . . . For the police professional the book is mandatory, and any one interested in the world if policing shouldn't be without it. "C.J. International"