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Ethics training in law enforcement agencies
(Public Integrity, 2009)
Professional organizations in the law enforcement community have brought attention to the importance of ethics training. Many police chiefs believe that it reinforces the mission of the organization, adherence to policy ...
Examining the Work Schedules: Satisfaction of Organizational and Personnel Demands
With modern policing approaches, police agencies have been required to question their efficiency and effectiveness to match their limited resources with increased public expectations. As an essential aspect of policing, ...
A normative analysis of police drug abuse testing policy: police perceptions and policy reform strategies
The purpose of this study is to examine the perceptions of police officers of the fairness of drug abuse testing and to derive meaning of these perceptions for the management of ethics in a large law enforcement agency. ...
An Analysis of the Effect of Internal Communication Satisfaction on Organizational Commitment in the Turkish National Police (TNP)
The main purpose of this study, which used two different survey questionnaires for data collection, was to examine the relationship between organizational- communication satisfaction, as measured by the Communication ...
An assessment of law enforcement officers' attitudes toward Compstat model of police management
Over the last three decades, many innovations have been undertaken in American policing to improve organizational performance and accountability structures, and effectively and efficiently fulfill police missions and meet ...
Local police protection options for Pennsylvania municipalities: a quantitative analysis of determinants
Pennsylvania is divided into 2,562 separate municipalities which provide local services to their residents. With the exception of the 56 cities within the State, municipalities have the option to either provide police ...