Roxbury Publishing Company, 2002 - Political Science - 449 pages
Presents an interdisciplinary approach to police management, achieving a balance between theory and practice. This text offers students and those interested in managing police organizations an analytic approach to police managerial issues and practices. It also offers a historical framework for understanding contemporary police management.
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Police Management An Introduction
Motivation and Job Design
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