2 edition of Police organization and management found in the catalog.
Police organization and management
Vivian Anderson Leonard
|Statement||by V. A. Leonard and Harry W. More, Jr.|
|Series||Police science series|
|Contributions||More, Harry W.,|
|LC Classifications||HV7935 .L4 1978, HV7938 L4 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 752 p. :|
|Number of Pages||752|
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Built on a foundation of nearly 1, references, Leadership and Management in Police Organizations is a highly readable text that shows how organizational theory and behavior can be applied to improve the operations, leadership, and management of law by: 1.
This textbook will teach students in criminal justice programs the essential skills needed for effective police administration and management. Although it is written in a manner that graduate students would find stimulating and thought- provoking, its target audience is juniors and seniors.
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It is an edited collection of works dealing with police management in a broad and incisive : Paperback. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital Giblin, M. Police organizational structure.
In Leadership and management in police organizations (pp. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc doi: /n2 M'Police organizational structure', in Leadership and management in police organizations. Now in its eighth edition, Managing Police Organizations sets the standard for police leadership and management by exploring the relationship between leadership, management, and results.
Written for a broad audience, the book focuses Police organization and management book developing character and leadership : On-line Supplement. The police bureaucracy. Police agencies have a bureaucratic structure.
The systematic administration of police departments is characterized by specialization of tasks and duties, objective qualifications for positions, action according to rules and regulations, and a hierarchy of authority.
Bureaucratization maximizes efficiency. papers at this workshop, I take the domain of police organization and management to include how to staff, structure, direct, and equip public (local) police organizations.1 I have been asked specifically to cover the topics of recruitment, training, structure and organization, management and leadership, technology and information use, and.
A military-like organization. A paramilitary organization. A quasi-military organization. These labels are often applied to police organizations through an analogy that dates back to the formation of the first modern police force in London in 1 The comparison is a curious one, selectively drawing upon certain obvious attributes—military-style rank designations, coercive.
Police management has evolved through three major developmental perspectives. The first is known as classical police management, the second as behavioral police management, and the third as contemporary police management. Classical police management was bureaucratic, meaning that an organization must operate on a rational basis.
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It is an edited collection of works dealing with police management in a broad and incisive manner. Students frequently do not receive a complete picture of the subject since the author is typically capturing one small aspect.
Organization and Management. The quality of an organization can never exceed the quality of the. minds that make it up.
—Harold R. McAlindon. c p p INTRODUCTION. Police administrators have specific duties when managing their departments. In essence, an organization is a collective that is brought together to accomplish a.
mission. The governance of contemporary police organisations requires leaders and managers, even at the local level, to work in and understand complex social, political and organisational environments.
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Classical organization theory is characterized by a highly ordered or organized structure, and police departments generally adhere to this philosophy of order and structure. By examining the various theories, the police manager is provided with a variety of ways to manage the police Size: KB.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Organizational theory: foundations of management --Politics and management: dynamic interaction --Adaptive management: integrating the individual into the organization --Community-oriented policing & problem solving (COPPS): responding to community needs --The organizational.
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Students frequently do not receive a complete Price: $ Taking a problem-solving approach, this book provides readers with an insider’s view of the challenging and demanding world of the police supervisor or manager. Aimed at first-line supervisors and mid-level managers, it covers basic human resource responsibilities (training and evaluating officers, officer rights, etc.) and day-to-day tasks Price: $ Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).
Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this search. Leadership and ManageMent in poLice organizations disruptions.2 Awareness of events is no guarantee of effective control, as the department acknowl- edged being caught off guard by the scale of the protests.
Other events emerge more spontaneously, such as a street fight that grows in size or a sudden demonstration that turns into a destructive or.
management cops. Street cops have very little power over management cops. Much of the task of police management can be accurately thought of as the management of police discretion. One of the biggest differences between small and large police departments is the amount of specialization present in the structure of the organization.
NEW TO THIS EDITION: Examinations of current concerns and management trends in criminal justice agencies make readers aware of the types of issues they may face, such as workplace bullying, formal and informal leadership, inmate-staff relationships, fatal police shootings, and more.; Increased discussions of a variety of important topics spark classroom debate around .BOOK REVIEW POLICE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT, by V.
A. Leonard. The Foundation Press (). Police Organization and Management is a textbook which, I be-lieve, all police executives and all potential police' executives should read in order to acquire a broader'and more comprehensive out-look in con.management bridges the specificity of the organizational character of the police to the established bodies of management theory and organizational theory.
The methodological contributions from the study relate to two main concerns. The first regards how to gain access to an organization such as the police which is closed to the outside given.