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Hey had given up on preventing crime and were trying only to respond to it  Narcotics  Vice  Auto Theft and the Gun Suads all worked banker's hours while the competition the bad guys worked around the clock  Bratton changed that  He brought talent to the top and instilled pride in the force he listened to the people in the neighborhoods and to the cops on the street  Bratton and his dream team created Compstat a combination of computer statistics analysis and an unwavering demand for accountability  Cops were called on the carpet and crime began to drop  With Bratton on the job New York City was turned aroundToday New York's plummeting crime rate and improved uality of life remain a national success story  Bratton is directly responsible and his strategies are being studied and implemented by police forces across the country and around the world  In Turnaround Bratton shows how the war on crime can be won once and for all.. The fact that this is listed under the co author and not Bill Bratton suggests to me that this book is indeed the fleecing of once of the greatest law enforcement minds in America The brains behind the turnaround of NYC during the Bratton regime was Bill Bratton and the staff he surrounded himself with The glory hound exemplified in the book is Rudy Guiliani I can t attest that Bratton wasn t in it for the glory but Guiliani made sure Bratton didn t get any regardless I believe credit where it is due is reasonableAnyways this was a textbook for community oriented policing which Bratton s Broken Windows theory considered and found ways in which to take back the community Countless communities have seen success using similar formats Bratton was the brains Guiliani was the glory hound

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The Turnaround How America's Top Cop Reversed the Crime Epidemic

When Bill Bratton How America's Epub #220 was sworn in as New York City's police commissioner in he made what many considered a bold promise The NYPD would fight crime in every boroughand win  It seemed foolhardy even everybody knows you can't The Turnaround PDF or win the war on crime  But Bratton delivered  In an extraordinary twenty seven months serious crime in New York City went down by percent the murder rate was cut in half and Bill Bratton was heralded as the most charismatic  and Turnaround How America's PDF #8608 respected law enforcement official in America  In this outspoken account of his news making career Bratton reveals how his cutting edge policing strategies brought about the historic reduction in crimeBratton's success made national news and landed him on the cover Turnaround How America's Top Cop PDFEPUB or of Time  It also landed him in political hot water  Bratton Turnaround How America's Top Cop PDFEPUB or. One of the best management books I ve read Describes how Bratton improved street policing in the NYPD focusing on preventing crime rather than solving crimes His method starts with crime statistics by neighborhood Then he makes police officers responsible for reducing crime in their territories Simple and brilliant

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Earned such positive press that before he'd completed his first week on the job the administration of New York's media hungry mayor Rudolph Giuliani threatened to fire him  Bratton gives a vivid behind the scenes look at the sizzle and substance and he pulls no punches describing the personalities who really run the cityBratton grew up in a working class Boston neighborhood always dreaming of being a cop  As a young officer under Robert di Grazia Boston's progressive police commissioner he got a ground level view of real police reform and also saw what happens when an outspoken dynamic reform minded police commissioner starts to outshine an ambitious mayor  He was soon in the forefront of the community policing movement and a rising star in the profession  Bratton had turned around four major police departments when he accepted the number one police job in AmericaWhen Bratton arrived at the NYPD New York's Finest were almost hiding t. I can offer no better review than my professor s words It s a good book but nobody loves Bratton like Bratton loves Bratton The Turnaround How America s Top Cop Reversed the Crime Epidemic is a helpful book on management and a glimpse into the police world In fact so much of this book intrigued me that I decided to push it from three to four stars because of that elusive sense of potential But to get to that potential you have to deal with Bratton And Bratton loves Bratton Unfortunately I do not Bratton s ambition and self importance practically drips off the pages He s Mr Offended Dignity every time he gets overlooked for a job and Mr Obliging Eagerness when he does get one It reached a point where I didn t know if I was reading false humility into the text or if it actually was in almost every paragraph Maybe he doesn t have to be modest After all he did do an incredible thing Even though I suspect Bratton and I come to very different political conclusions his theories and solutions made sense and felt like practical answers I liked reading about how he developed a team around him and their various traits that made the team work I found the book very helpful as a supplement to my textbook reading as well as my own personal knowledge I would be intrigued to read about a long term study of his work and how it has been implemented in other cities This book would have been really powerful if Bratton had waited a year or two or maybe five before writing it I had not heard of William Bratton before my professor lent me his copy of this book Yet Bratton writes with the assumption that I have heard of him Well maybe not me specifically But this book is written with the idea that the reader has been paying attention to criticisms lobbied against Bratton and he sometimes gets uite defensive over things that have no significance to me Time reveals what really matters and this book would have been better if it had waited to see which controversies needed to be addressed and which ignored Caught in the moment as he was Bratton treats Mayor Giuliani s actions as paramount The response of his team was vital and dramatic and Bratton writes that way At the time I am sure they were But this memoir came about to soon It isn t designed to be a detailed manual on his theories but it also isn t the conclusive story of his life It falls somewhere in between That might have worked if one of those had reached a developed conclusion But it feels chopped off He had the opportunity to develop his ideas but not all of them came to fruition He brought NYC to a turnaround but barely gets two years into it When this book ends Bratton s story isn t over He s shifting gears in the heat of the moment looking for what comes next But what was next There was no sense of his resting on his laurels because that wasn t what he was planning on doing by any stretch Perhaps it could be argued that s what this book tries for A sense of hope and enthusiasm and what will come next for America But what might have worked in 1998 feels frustratingly outdated in 2015 It was like reading The World Is Flat A Brief History of the Twenty first Century but worse Because besides being outdated it ends like a candidate testing the waters for a presidential run Barely useful in the moment and certainly not afterwards Yet I sensed a great deal of possibility in Bratton s world I was reminded of The Prince of Darkness 50 Years Reporting in Washington one of my all time favorite memoirs I felt like it could have reached that level of historical significance It just ended too soon Or rather was written to early However those mainly reflect my thoughts on the last uarter of this book The first three uarters were intriguing and offered glimpses into police culture Worth the time to read it but bring some galoshes because there is a lot of Bratton to slog through


10 thoughts on “The Turnaround How America's Top Cop Reversed the Crime Epidemic

  1. says:

    One of the best management books I've read Describes how Bratton improved street policing in the NYPD focusing on preventing crime rather than solving crimes His method starts with crime statistics by neighborhood Then he makes police officers responsible for reducing crime in their territories Simple and brilliant

  2. says:

    The good inside scoop on the turnaround of NYC crime If you have been to the City in the last twenty years you no doubt recognize the feeling of safety compared to what it used to be Bratten was the instrument that steered that turnaround He

  3. says:

    Insightful for Law Enforcement and Business Leaders AlikeA reflective journey of a proven leader who seeks to inspire collaboration stretch g

  4. says:

    The life story of a man who helped change American policing

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    Loved it

  6. says:

    I can offer no better review than my professor's words It's a good book but nobody loves Bratton like Bratton loves Bratton The Turnaround How America's Top Cop Reversed the Crime Epidemic is a helpful book on management an

  7. says:

    A very interesting read for those interested in how the Americans do policing and how the leadership differs in contrast to the UK More so very interesting to see how much of an impact one man can make to a system of policing that

  8. says:

    The fact that this is listed under the co author and not Bill Bratton suggests to me that this book is indeed the fleecing of once of the greatest law enforcement minds in America The brains behind the turnaround of NYC during the Bratton regime was Bill Bratton and the staff he surrounded himself with The glory hound exemplified in the book is Rudy Guiliani I can't attest that Bratton wasn't in it for the glory but Guiliani made sure Bratt

  9. says:

    If you are interested in law enforcement this book is a great guide that shows you the success stories inside of the NYPD It gives critical information on how William Bratton reduced New York's murder rate by 50% in just two years E

  10. says:

    This is a highly engaging book for those interested in the development of modern policing Bratton provides an in depth analysis of how his team was able to transform policing in America resulting in some of the lowest crime rates in modern American history

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