Remembering Herman Goldstein

If you work in policing or have an interest in its improvement you need to not only know the name “Herman Goldstein” and his over one-half century of work the field of policing but you also need to know what he taught.

A number of his friends and disciples (me included) wrote a piece that was recently published by the Oxford University Press in Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice that reflects on his life and teaching.

Read the full article HERE.

6 Comments

  1. Thank you David. I could not open the link for the article on Herman. Or do I need to order it? Thanks again and hope all is well with you and family.

    From: Improving Police
    Reply-To: Improving Police
    Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 1:26 PM
    To: John Mutz
    Subject: [New post] Remembering Herman Goldstein

    improvingpolice posted: ” If you work in policing or have an interest in its improvement you need to not only know the name “Herman Goldstein” and his over one-half century of work the field of policing but you also need to know what he taught. A number of his friends and “

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  2. Thanks, David. He was also a close friend of Don Manson—you, Mavity and Don were the people who mentored me about reform of criminal justice. I must be nuts to still be working on it.

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  3. “One day they will round us up and put us away as unrepentant troublemakers!”

    It is amazing you guys still manage to stay on the police force and collect your pensions considering the fact how hostile cops are to each other.

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