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NCJ Number: 31605 Find in a Library
Title: POLICE UNDERCOVER AGENTS - THE ANTICIPATION AND MANAGEMENT OF DEMAND (FROM POLICE ROLES IN THE SEVENTIES - PROFESSIONALIZATION IN AMERICA, 1975 BY JACK KINTON - SEE NCJ-31601)
Author(s): E GRABER
Corporate Author: Social Science and Sociological Resources
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 24
Sponsoring Agency: Social Science and Sociological Resources
Aurora, IL 60504
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: STUDY EXPLORING THE EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL PRESSURES ON THE POLICE PLANNING PROCESS USING AS A MODEL THE PLANNING PROCESS OF THE LARGE CORPORATION IN THE 'NEW INDUSTRIAL STATE' AS OUTLINED BY JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH.
Abstract: ORGANIZATIONAL PRESSURES ON THE NEED FOR INTELLIGENCE ABOUT CRIMINAL GROUPS WITHIN THE SOCIETY ARE ANALYZED. THE DIFFICULTIES WITH WHICH THE INTELLIGENCE-GATHERING PROCESS IS ENCUMBERED ARE EXAMINED. INNOVATIVE PROCEDURES AND ADAPTATIONS POLICE USE TO ANTICIPATE AND MANAGE FUTURE DEMANDS ON THEIR DEPARTMENT ARE OUTLINED.
Index Term(s): Management; Models; Planning; Police intelligence operations; Police organizational structure; Undercover activity
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