Selected Publications for Herman Goldstein

URL icon Police Discretion: The Ideal versus the Real (1963)

Goldstein, Herman, Police Discretion: The Ideal versus the Real. 23 Public Administration Review 140 (1963); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1335.



URL icon Police Policy Formulation: A Proposal for Improving Police Performance (1967)

Goldstein, Herman, Police Policy Formulation: A Proposal for Improving Police Performance. 65 Michigan Law Review 1123 (1967); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1333.



URL icon"Law Enforcement Policy: The Role of the Police," Chapter 2 in Task Force Report: The Police, with Frank J. Remington. published by the President's Commission on Law Administration and Administration of Justice (1967)



pdf icon "Toward a Redefinition of the Police Function”, Chapter 1 in Administration of Criminal Justice, edited by Elmer Oettinger, Atlanta, GA: Southern Regional Education Board (1967)



URL icon Administrative Problems in Controlling the Exercise of Police Authority (1967)

Goldstein, Herman, Administrative Problems in Controlling the Exercise of Police Authority. 68 The Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science 160 (1967); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1334.



URL icon Trial Judges and the Police: Their Relationships in the Administration of Criminal Justice (1968)

Goldstein, Herman, Trial Judges and the Police: Their Relationships in the Administration of Criminal Justice. 14 Crime & Delinquency 14 (1968); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1342.



URL icon Police Response to Urban Crisis (1968)

Goldstein, Herman, Police Response to Urban Crisis. 28 Public Administration Review 417 (1968); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1341.



URL iconStandards Relating to the Urban Police Function (1973)

Frank J. Remington, chairman; Herman Goldstein, reporter (Sept. 1969-Dec. 1970); Sheldon Krantz, reporter (from Jan. 1971). Published as part of the American Bar Association Project on Standards for Criminal Justice. Approved by the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association and endorsed by the Board of Officers of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.



URL iconPolicing a Free Society Cambridge, Mass: Ballinger Pub. Co. (1977)

Goldstein, Herman, Policing a Free Society. Policing a Free Society Cambridge, Mass: Ballinger Pub. Co. (1977); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1349.



URL icon Improving Policing: A Problem-Oriented Approach (1979)

Goldstein, Herman, Improving Policing: A Problem-Oriented Approach. 25 Crime and Delinquency 236 (1979); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1336.



URL iconDevelopment of Problem-Oriented Policing Series Volume 1: The Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service (1981)

Goldstein, Herman and Susmilch, Charles E, Development of Problem-Oriented Policing Series Volume 1: The Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service, A Description of the Project and Elaboration of the Concept. A collaborative effort of the Madison, Wisconsin Police Department and the Project on Development of a Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service at the Law School,University of Wisconsin—Madison. (March 1981).



URL iconDevelopment of Problem-Oriented Policing Series Volume 2: The Drinking Driver in Madison (1982)

Goldstein, Herman and Susmilch, Charles E, Development of Problem-Oriented Policing Series Volume 2: The Drinking Driver in Madison, A Study of the Problem and the Community's Response. A collaborative effort of the Madison, Wisconsin Police Department and the Project on Development of a Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service at the Law School,University of Wisconsin—Madison. (Published October 1981, Revised July 1982).



URL iconDevelopment of Problem-Oriented Policing Series Volume 3: The Repeat Sexual Offender in Madison (1982)

Goldstein, Herman and Susmilch, Charles E, Development of Problem-Oriented Policing Series Volume 3: The Repeat Sexual Offender in Madison, A Memorandum on the Problem and the Community's Response. A collaborative effort of the Madison, Wisconsin Police Department and the Project on Development of a Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service at the Law School,University of Wisconsin—Madison. (Published January 1982, Revised July 1982).



URL iconDevelopment of Problem-Oriented Policing Series Volume 4: Experimenting the with Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service (1982)

Goldstein, Herman and Susmilch, Charles E, Development of Problem-Oriented Policing Serice Volume 4: Experimenting with the Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service, A Report and some Reflections on Two Case Studies. A collaborative effort of the Madison, Wisconsin Police Department and the Project on Development of a Problem-Oriented Approach to Improving Police Service at the Law School,University of Wisconsin—Madison. (Published July 1982).



URL icon Toward Community-Oriented Policing: Potential, Basic Requirements, and Threshold Questions (1987)

Goldstein, Herman, Toward Community-Oriented Policing: Potential, Basic Requirements, and Threshold Questions. 33 Crime and Delinquency 6 (1987); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1337.



URL iconProblem-Oriented Policing, New York: McGraw-Hill (1990), reprinted 2015



pdf icon "Confronting the Complexity of the Police Function," Chapter 2 in Discretion in Criminal Justice: The Tension Between Individualization and Uniformity, edited by Lloyd E. Ohlin and Frank J. Remington, published by State University of New York Press (1993)



pdf icon The New Policing: Confronting Complexity, National Institute of Justice (1993)

Goldstein, Herman, The New Policing: Confronting Complexity. US Department of Justice National Institute of Justice Research in Brief. Adapted from author's address to the 1993 national conference Community Policing for Safe Neighborhoods: Partnerships for the 21st Century, sponsored by the National Institute of Justice, in Arlington, Virginia. (December 1993).



pdf icon An Interview with Herman Goldstein by Marie Simonetti Rosen (1997)

An interview with Herman Goldstein by Marie Simonetti Rosen, the editor of Law Enforcement News, published by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, covering the development of problem-oriented policing, its relationship to contemporary issues in policing, and an exploration of current police practices that have given rise to racial tensions and allegations of the abuse of police discretion.



URL icon Reducing Theft at Construction Sites: Lessons from a Problem-Oriented Project (2003)

Clarke, Ronald V. and Goldstein, Herman, Reducing Theft at Construction Sites: Lessons from a Problem-Oriented Project. Community Oriented Policing Services, US Department of Justice, Criminal Justice Press, Monsey, NY and Willan Publishing, Devon, UK (2002); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1338.



pdf icon On Further Developing Problem-Oriented Policing: The Most Critical Need, the Major Impediments and a Proposal (2003)

Goldstein, Herman, On Further Developing Problem-Oriented Policing: The Most Critical Need, the Major Impediments and a Proposal, 15 Crime Prevention Studies pp.13-48, Crime Prevention Press (2003)



URL icon Theft from Cars in Center City Parking Facilities - A Case Study (2003)

Clarke, Ronald V. and Goldstein, Herman, Theft from Cars in Center City Parking Facilities - A Case Study. 15 Crime Prevention Studies 257 (2003), alternately title Problem-Oriented Policing: From Innovation to Mainstream, Johannes Knutsson, Editor, published by Criminal Justice Press, Monsey, NY and Willan Publishing, Devon, UK (2003). ; Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1339.



URL iconAn Interview with Herman Goldstein by Samuel Walker (2005)

An interview with Herman Goldstein conducted by Historian Samuel Walker, Emeritus Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Nebraska, funded as part of a project by the U.S. Department of Justice, covering the evolution of the author's thinking from his participation in the American Bar Foundation Survey of Criminal Justice in 1956-57 to his development of the concept of problem-oriented policing (2005)



URL icon Shifting and Sharing Responsibility for Public Safety Problems (2011)

Goldstein, Herman and Scott, Michael S., Shifting and Sharing Responsibility for Public Safety Problems. Problem-Oriented Guides for Police, Response Guide Series No. 3, Center for Problem-Oriented Policing , U. S. Department of Justice (2011); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1340.



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