State Police in the United States: A Socio-Historical Analysis

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Roosevelt Theodore. "The Need for a State Police." The Trooper: State Police Magazine of Illinois 1 ( 1924), 6.

Shartel Stratton. "What Is State Police: What Will It Do; What Will It Cost?" Bank News 1 ( February 1929): 5-7.

Smith Bruce. "The State Police." In Readings in American Government, edited by Finla G. Crawford , 625-632. New York: Knopf, 1927.

-----. "The State Police." In Rural Crime Control. New York: Columbia University, Institute of Public Administration, 1933.

-----. "The State Police: An Experiment in Rural Protection." Police Journal ( London) 3 ( January 1930): 20-29.

-----. "Factors Influencing the Future Development of State Police." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 23 ( 1932): 713-718.

. "State Police: Some Possible Lines of Future Development." State Government 7 ( 1934): 51-54.

-----. "History of State Police Organizations." Our Sheriff and Police Journal 30 ( 1935): 9-25.

-----. "State and Federal Police." In Police Systems in the United States. Rev. ed. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1949.

"Social Service and a State Constabulary." Social Service Review 5, no. 2 ( March 1917): 14-17.

Stone Donald C. "A State Police Act." In The Book of the States, 1939-40, 132-134. Chicago: Council of City Governments, 1939.

U.S. Commission of Industrial Relations. "Pennsylvania State Police." In Final Report and Testimony, U.S. Senate, 64th Cong. 1st sess., 1923. Vol. 29, serial no. 6939, 10929-11025.

Whitten Robert H. "Police." In Public Administration in Massachusetts, 80-99. Columbia University Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, 8, no. 4. New York, 1898.

Woltman Frederick, and William L. Nunn. "Cossacks." The American Mercury 15 ( December 1929): 399-406.


GENERAL WORKS--UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS

Anderson Leslie L. "State Police Systems in the United States." M.A. thesis, University of Minnesota, 1923.

Chamber of Commerce of the United States. "State Police and the State Highway Patrols." Washington, 1931.

Gladston Edward A., and Thomas W. Cooper. "State Highway Patrols: Their Functions and Financing." Paper presented at the 45th annual meeting of the Highway Research Board. Northwestern University Traffic Institute Library, Chicago, 1966.

Gourley G. Douglas. "State Police Systems." Chap. 4, vol. 1 in Effective Police Organization and Management. A consultant paper submitted to the Office of Law Enforcement Assistance, United States Department of Justice. Northwestern University Traffic Institute Library, Chicago, 1967.

Hayes James. "History and Development of State Police and State Highway Patrols and Methods of Handling the Minor Vehicle Violator." M.A. thesis, Harvard University, 1935.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Chapter 1 Introduction 1
  • Notes 9
  • Chapter 2 What Do We Know About the State Police? 13
  • Notes 22
  • Chapter 3 State Police Development, 1835-1941 25
  • Notes 44
  • Chapter 4 - The State Police in Historical Context 49
  • Notes 62
  • Chapter 5 State Police Development in Illinois, 1917-1929 65
  • Notes 85
  • Chapter 6 the State Police Movement in Illinois 89
  • Notes 110
  • Chapter 7 Creating the State Police in Colorado 113
  • Notes 130
  • Chapter 8 Analysis of the State Police Movement 133
  • Notes 145
  • Appendix - Suggestions for Further Research on the State Police 147
  • BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND DIGESTS 148
  • GENERAL WORKS--BOOKS 149
  • GENERAL WORKS--ARITICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS 149
  • GENERAL WORKS--ARITICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS 151
  • GENERAL WORKS--ARITICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS 152
  • Bibliography 161
  • Index 173
  • About the Author 180
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