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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
Statement of the Problem
Historical Review
The Use of Canines in Modern Police Operations
Canine Oversight and Training
The Legal and Practical Importance of This Research
The legal and practical importance of this study will
The Present Study
Summary and Conclusions
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW
Introduction
Efficiency Through Advances in Technology
The Use of Canines in Police Operations
Building Searches
Area Searches
Tracking
Types of Agencies Using Police Canines
How Canines Are Trained
DRIVES
Apprehension Methods and Models
“Bite and Hold”
“Bark and Hold”
Discretion
Less Lethal Force Options
Table 3 Less Lethal Technology
Canine as a Forceful Intervention
Case Law
Table 4 Canine Case Law
Bite Ratios and Computational Components
Summary
Problem Statement
Hypothesis Testing
Methodology
The Sample
The Survey
Focus Group and Pilot Study
Distribution of the Instrument
Study Data
Dependent Variable
Bite Ratios
Table 5 Bite Ratio Data Collector
Independent Variables
Apprehension Method
Training Methods
Policy Guidelines
Individual Officer Demographics
Canine Training
Agency Type and Productivity
Canine Demographics
Conclusion
CHAPTER 4: FINDINGS
Presentation of the Findings
Population and Demographic Characteristics
Officer Demographics
Table 7 Officer Demographics
Demographics of Police Dogs in Service
Organizational Demographics
Table 9 Organizational Demographics
Training Demographics
Table 10 Training Characteristics
Situational Factors
Table 11 Situational Factors
Significance Testing
Research Question 2
Research Question 3
Model One: Handler Demographics
Model Two: Organizational Variables
Model Three: Situational Factors
Model Four: Training Variables
Final Model: Combined Factors
CHAPTER 5: CONCLUSION
Summary and Discussion of the Findings
The summary and discussion of the findings for the
Research Question 1
Methodological Limitations
Conclusions and Recommendations
Replication
Future Research
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