This report presents the research and analysis that formed the basis of the findings and recommendations of the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, issued in February 1967.
The analysis focused on the police role and responsibilities; police organization, management, and operations; the coordination and consolidation of police service; police personnel selection, training, and career development; police-community relations; police ethics; the implementation of policing standards through State commission on police standards; and the community's role in law enforcement. Individual sections detailed the history of the police, police attitudes toward their role, internal and external controls, police leadership, the use of technology, police misconduct, the role of private police, citizen crime precautions, and community crime prevention planning. List of recommendations from the main report, tables, figures, footnotes, and index
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