Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations
Published/Hosted by Haworth Press Inc.
ISSN (printed): 1533-2586. ISSN (electronic): 1533-2594.
The Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations is dedicated to presenting practical information on dealing with critical emergency situations. It gives you the edge with the latest tactics for reducing the danger of hostage incidents, crisis intervention, terrorism, attempted suicide, domestic disputes, and barricaded subjects. It is the only journal in the world aimed at making the nerve-wracking art of negotiation safer and more effective. Instead of high-flown theory, the Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations presents tested, proven strategies. Articles are peer-reviewed by a team consisting of a negotiator and a police psychologist as well as an academician. The first criterion for review is immediate applicability in the field. The editorial board consists of experienced crisis professionals, including the father of modern police hostage negotiations, Captain Frank Bolz, Jr., now retired from the New York City Police Department. The Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations will also feature book reviews and several helpful columns on topics including: negotiator well-being; suicidology; specialized techniques; training issues; negotiator equipment. When you're confronting life or death situations, the advice of experienced negotiators can give you the extra edge that makes the difference between victory and disaster. The Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations provides you with the essential methods and practices to safely alleviate and end police crisis situations.
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