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NCJ Number: 34558 Find in a Library
Title: ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEAM POLICING (FROM FULL-SERVICE NEIGHBORHOOD TEAM POLICING - PLANNING FOR IMPLEMENTATION, 1975 - SEE NCJ-27934)
Author(s): R G LYNCH
Corporate Author: Public Safety Research Institute, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 4
Sponsoring Agency: Public Safety Research Institute, Inc
St Petersburg, FL 33707
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE AUTHOR OUTLINES A SIX-PHASE APPROACH FOR IMPLEMENTING ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT WITHIN A POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Abstract: THE AUTHOR DEFINES ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AS A PROCESS WHEREBY THE DEPARTMENT DECIDES SPECIFICALLY WHAT OBJECTIVES THEY ARE TO REACH IN THE UPCOMING YEARS, HOW THESE OBJECTIVES ARE TO BE REACHED, AND HOW THEY WILL EVALUATE WHETHER THEY IN FACT HAVE IMPROVED THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE OVERALL OPERATION OF THE DEPARTMENT. THE APPROACH DISCUSSED IN THIS ARTICLE CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING PHASES: SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP TRAINING, TEAM DEVELOPMENT, HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LINKING OF THE CHAIN OF COMMAND, LONG-RANGE ORGANIZATIONAL BLUEPRINT, IMPLEMENTATION OF ESTABLISHED GOALS, AND STABILIZATION.
Index Term(s): Management; Police organizational structure; Team policing
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