This book addresses the various strategies that are available to
police management, such as consolidation, regionalization, and
amalgamation of police agencies; new public management (NPM);
enhanced performance management; civilianization; and
organizational restructuring. It fills the gap in the research as
to how police agencies have reacted to the environmental and fiscal
changes since the 1980s. The book examines the strategies employed
and the effect on police and their delivery of service.
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||Advances in Police Theory and Practice
Garth Den Heyer
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