I. Defining the police. Police and society: the diversity of police activities / Michael Parker Banton, Encyclopedia Britannica -- The origins of the modern police / Clive Emsley, History Today -- Protect & serve / Richard Wolkomir, Smithsonian -- What should cops do now? / Craig Horowitz, New York -- II. Police in the community. Black and white view of police / Alexandra Marks, Christian Science Monitor -- Community alienation and its impact on police / Robert C. Ankony, The Police Chief -- Hey Mom, I'm going for a ride with the cops / Ross Atkin, Christian Science Minotor -- Shadowing the cops to glean their tactics / Alexandra Marks, Christian Science Monitor -- Cops in the 'hood / Debra Dickerson, Salon -- III. Police misconduct. Established: a pattern of abuse / Barbara Dority, The Humanist -- The color of suspicion / Jeffrey Goldberg, New York Times Magazine -- Traffic violation / Marcia Davis, Emerge -- District police lead nation in shootings / Jeff Leen, Jo Craven, David Jackson, and Sari Horwitz, Washington Post -- Chicago hope / Neal Pollack, Salon -- Policing the police / David C. Anderson, The American Prospect -- IV. Answering the call to justice. The false trade-off / Michael Crowley, Salon -- NYPD as lab for reducing police brutality / Alexandra Marks, Christian Science monitor -- Transformational leadership and community policing: a road map for change / J. Kevin Ford, Jerome G. Boles, Kevin E. Plamondon, and Jane P. White, The Police Chief -- Cooperative policing: bridging the gap of community policing / Lee C. Erickson, The Police Chief -- Policing the 21st century / David O. Weber, Health Forum Journal -- V. The globalization of law enforcement. INTERPOL: extending law enforcement's reach around the world / John J. Imhoff and Stephen P. Cutler, FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin -- Policing the new Europe: the information deficit / Amanda Hoey and Ivan Topping, International Review of Law Computers & Technology -- Fighting crime, Japanese style / Economist.