When designating a book for use in testing, you can designate the whole book or just certain relevantly linked chapters, making it easier to designate what your officers will need to study from one, two or more textbooks. We also offer attorney-written legal exams for agency testing from national or state titles.
We can have our attorney write an exam from any legal
guidelines or case law titles etc. your agency uses.
We offer low cost through our partnership with Prentice Hall / Pearson Group where you can custom print only the chapter modules you need from one or more textbooks, and keep the printed books for longer-term future testing.
Your agency saves from 40 - 60%+ off the cost of regular
textbooks. If your agency will be testing from the same book or
book combination in the future, this is highly cost-effective
because you will own and be able to re-use these custom printed
books for as long as needed.
You can use our links to Prentice Hall or Delmar / Cengage or other publishers to buy these textbooks direct and at a discount. For large quantities (10 or more) or if paying by P.O. contact the publisher's representative directly;
Sean K. Stowers
Director, Learning Services
Pearson Learning Solutions
Pearson Police Titles
Delmar / Cengage
New Business Development Manager
Cengage Police Titles
Challenging the Law Enforcement Organization: Proactive Leadership Strategies
Jack Enter & Associates
Phone: Dr. Jack Enter, (678) 910-9787
Arizona and Illinois Officers Legal Sourcebooks
Law Enforcement Training, LLC
Kendall Hunt Publishers
Michigan Criminal Law and Procedure and other police titles
Looseleaf Law Publications, Inc.
State Legal Field Manuals and other Law Enforcement publications
43-08 162nd Street
Flushing, NY 11358
Another option for your agency to save on the cost of textbooks is CourseSmart which rents eBooks that your candidates can use to study online. If your agency only tests once every few years, this option could be the best value.
Below are the most-used, valid, job-related, legally defensible and most successful police promotion textbooks used today. They successfully cover all ranks, from Corporal to Chief. If you don't know which book might be best for your agency testing, contact us and we can discuss all the police promotional textbooks that our experts and those in other police agencies highly recommend.
Before you choose any non-police titles for testing, such as "trendy" leadership or business titles not specifically written for law enforcement use, remember that job-relatedness and validity are very important topics to consider so that your agency's exams will be 100% legally defensible.
If you are an individual looking for personal coaching and written police promotional exams you can take online, you would be more interested in visiting our site for police promotional exams and assessments for individuals and Legal Exam Preparation for Officers.
Recommended Police Promotional Textbooks: We have experience writing comprehensive and thorough exams for all these great textbooks. We consider the authors and the texbooks to be the best in the field.
Basic Handbook of Police
Supervision: A Practical Guide for Law Enforcement Supervisors
- Gerald W. Garner
Challenging the Law Enforcement Organization: Proactive Leadership Strategies - Dr. Jack Enter
Character and Cops: Ethics in Policing - Delattre
Common Sense Police Supervision -
Tips for the First-Line Leader
Gerald W. Garner
Community Policing a Contemporary Perspective - Kappeler and Gaines
Community Policing and Problem Solving - Strategies and Practices - Peak and Glensor - Prentice Hall
Community Policing: Partnerships for Problem Solving - Delmar / Cengage
Criminal Investigation - Hess - Delmar / Cengage
Criminal Investigation - Swanson - McGraw Hill
Criminal Investigation - Basic Perspectives, Lushbaugh and Weston.
Effective Police Leadership - Baker
Effective Police Supervision - More and Miller
Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement: A Guide for Officers and Their Families
Essentials of the Reid Technique - Criminal Interrogation and Confessions
For the Record - Report Writing in Law Enforcement - Hess and Orthmann
Intelligence-Led Policing - Ratcliffe
Introduction to Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice - Hess - Wadsworth Publishing
Leadership and Management in
Police Organizations - Giblin 1E
Leadership, Ethics and Policing - Challenges for the 21st Century - Meese - Prentice Hall
Local Government Police Management - ICMA Press
Management and Supervision in Law Enforcement - Hess - Delmar / Cengage
Management and Supervision of Law Enforcement Personnel - Schroeder and Lombardo
Managing Police Organizations - Whisenand - Prentice Hall
Multicultural Law Enforcement - Strategies for Peacekeeping in a Diverse Society - Shusta and Levine - Prentice Hall
National Incident Management System NIMS 2008 - Dept of Homeland Security
Organizational Behavior and Management in Law Enforcement - More - Prentice Hall
Paradoxes of Leadership in Police Management - Perez - Delmar / Cengage
Police Administration - a Leadership Approach - Ortmeier and Davis
Police Administration - Cordner
Police Administration - Gaines
Police Administration - Wilson, Fyfe, Greene, and Walsh
Police Administration; Structures, Processes and Behaviors - Swanson and Territo and Taylor - Prentice Hall
Police Community Relations and the Administration of Justice - Prentice Hall
Police Ethics - a Matter of Character - Perez - Delmar / Cengage
Police Field Operations - Adams - Prentice Hall
Police Field Operations - Theory Meets Practice - Michael Birzer
Police Leadership - Organizational and Managerial Decision Making Process - Haberfeld - Prentice Hall
Police Management - Roberg
Police Patrol Operations and Management - Prentice Hall
Police Supervision and Management in an Era of Community Policing - Peak - Prentice Hall
Proactive Police Management - Lynch - Prentice Hall
Problem Oriented Policing - Goldstein
Supervising Police Personnel - Whisenand - Prentice Hall
Supervision of Police Personnel - Iannone - Prentice Hall
The Police Manager - Green
The President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing - Final Report - 2015
Why Law Enforcement Organizations Fail -
O'Hara - Carolina Academic Press
We offer something that most other companies do not - we have our attorney write and validate all legal questions on your exams - there is no better protection available to ensure legal exactness and sufficiency.
Our attorney will write the exam questions from the legal textbooks on the national and state level, or your local city or county ordinances.
Here are just a few of the
national and state legal exams your agency may be interested in;
The Law Officer's Pocket Manual - current annual edition