Studies of policing tend to focus on effectivenessaon what worksarather than on the more important question of what matters, of why policing should be done in particular ways or reformed or restructured. This book explores that angle, looking at the implications of recent restructurings in the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands, with a special emphasis on the dilemmas faced by police leadership as they confront change.2 In general, UK police websites are excellent and highly informative; Police Scotlanda#39;s site is available in over 80 ... This scheme attracted recruits from outside the service as well as from serving officers. ... could rise from the lower ranks and be allowed as an a#39;externala#39; to take certain courses and graduate from the NPA.
|Title||:||What Matters in Policing?|
|Author||:||Auke Van Dijk, Frank Hoogewoning, Maurice Punch|
|Publisher||:||Policy Press - 2015-08-01|