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NCJ Number: 151769 Find in a Library
Title: Police Reorganization Bulletin, Number 1 October 1991
Corporate Author: Projectbureau Reoganisatie Politie
Date Published: 1991
Page Count: 33
Sponsoring Agency: Projectbureau Reoganisatie Politie
Kamer M 405 2500 EA Den Haag, Netherlands
Redactie Algemeen Politieblad (APB)
2500 EH Den Haag, Netherlands
Sale Source: Projectbureau Reoganisatie Politie
Postbus 20011
Kamer M 405 2500 EA Den Haag,
Type: Best Practice/State-of-the-Art Review
Language: Dutch
Country: Netherlands
Annotation: This first in a series document on the reorganization of the Dutch police reviews the financial costs and criteria of the reorganization.
Abstract: It lists the 2-month agenda for the reorganization, discusses the importance of the flow of information to the reorganization effort, and offers a short article on the impact of 24-hour officer duty. The most important points of reorganization cost documents PRP 91/U167 and PRP 91/U194 are reviewed in detail, and work group efforts are summarized.
Main Term(s): Foreign police; Police reform
Index Term(s): Financial management; Police internal organizations; Police organizational structure; Police policies and procedures
Note: Number 1 in a series of 7
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