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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.|
|Notes:||Title from ICPSR DDI metadata of 2004-10-30.|
|Details:||Mode of access: Intranet.|
|Contents:||Part 1: Data File.|
|Series Title:||ICPSR (Series), 9087.|
|Responsibility:||Albert J. Reiss.|
This survey was designed to explore perceptions and attitudes of police officers in three metropolitan areas toward their work and the organizations and publics with which they interact. Issues of interest include (1) the nature of police careers and police work, and officers' satisfaction with their jobs, (2) officers' orientations toward policing tasks and their relationships with the public, and (3) officers' perceptions of organizations and systems that influence or change police work.
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- Police -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Attitudes.
- Police -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Attitudes.
- Police -- Washington (D.C.) -- Attitudes.
- Law enforcement -- Massachusetts -- Boston.
- Law enforcement -- Illinois -- Chicago.
- Law enforcement -- Washington (D.C.)
- Police-community relations -- Massachusetts -- Boston.
- Police-community relations -- Illinois -- Chicago.
- Police-community relations -- Washington (D.C.)
- Law enforcement.
- Police -- Attitudes.
- Police-community relations.
- Illinois -- Chicago.
- Massachusetts -- Boston.
- Washington (D.C.)
- Career choice.
- Career expectations.
- Job satisfaction.
- Police community relations.
- Police officers.
- Work attitudes.
- XVII. SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND BEHAVIOR -- E. Crime and the Criminal Justice System -- ICPSR XVII. E. -- NACJD IX -- NACJD IX. Police