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Police Personnel Exchange Programs

Police Personnel Exchange Programs

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Published by PoliceFoundation
Police agencies are insular by nature. Personnel within an agency tend to execute their jobs the way the job has always been executed and the structure and organization of an agency remains stable and unreformed. A problem arises out this: police agencies cannot develop new practices and ways to execute their jobs if they do not incorporate new ideas. Police agencies can and should learn from other agencies. They may learn better practices, new programs to implement, or more cost-effective ways of structuring or organizing their agency.
Police agencies are insular by nature. Personnel within an agency tend to execute their jobs the way the job has always been executed and the structure and organization of an agency remains stable and unreformed. A problem arises out this: police agencies cannot develop new practices and ways to execute their jobs if they do not incorporate new ideas. Police agencies can and should learn from other agencies. They may learn better practices, new programs to implement, or more cost-effective ways of structuring or organizing their agency.

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Published by: PoliceFoundation on Nov 08, 2013
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