Administrative behavior and police organization, by Jim L. Munro.


Cincinnati, W.H. Anderson Company [1973] .

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Subjects Police administration.
Police.
Social control.
Series Criminal justice text series.
Description xi, 202 pages illustrations 26 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
©1974
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Chap. 1. Democratic ideology and the police dilemma -- Chap. 2. Law enforcement and the criminal justice system -- Chap. 3. Scientific study of behavior and levels of analysis -- Chap. 4. Social differentiation and social control -- Chap. 5. An overview of organizational theory -- Chap. 6. Structures and their consequences -- Chap. 7. The interaction process: groups -- Chap. 8. Leadership and supervision -- Chap. 9. Motivation, morale and police productivity -- Chap. 10. The police personality: myths and realities -- Chap. 11. Training: several perspectives -- Chap. 12. Planning -- Chap. 13. Toward a model for police organization -- Index.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)814724
(OCoLC)ocm00814724
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