What is the best management style for the police? Police Mission discusses the values and norms inherent in the American police mission, and examines how police respond to challenges that arise while attempting to uphold this mission. It reveals that the way officers are being trained in ethics and human relations are not effective as they could be, and argues that policing has to move towards a greater emphasis on human values, moral sensitivity, and discerning judgment. A large number of themes ranging from personnel management, occupational culture, and innovative experiments in US policing techniques are examined. Several organizational theories as well as examples of international policing efforts from England to Japan are also analyzed. An important contribution to police literature, this book will be a valuable aid to students of criminology as well as practitioners and researchers of police science.On the Mersey Beat. Oxford: ... Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Burns, T., and B. M. Stalker. 1964. The Management of Innovation. London: Tavistock. Carlyle, T. 1902. Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History. References 233.
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