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Effective police manpower utilization,

Author: Allen P Bristow
Publisher: Springfield, Ill., Thomas [1969]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Maximal police power with emphasis on efficient and effective budget planning. The use of police manpower is to be made more effective through proper use of specialization; use of cadet, reserve, and civilian personnel; and efficient deployment of the field forces. The advantages and disadvantages of field force specialization are discussed and recommendations are made for various types of police departments.  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allen P Bristow
OCLC Number: 12234
Description: viii, 116 pages 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Chap. 1. Police specialization versus generalization --
Chap. 2. Police reserve programs --
Chap. 3. Police cadet programs --
Chap. 4. Chronological and geographical distribution of the patrol force --
Bibliography.
Responsibility: by Allen P. Bristow.

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Maximal police power with emphasis on efficient and effective budget planning. The use of police manpower is to be made more effective through proper use of specialization; use of cadet, reserve, and civilian personnel; and efficient deployment of the field forces. The advantages and disadvantages of field force specialization are discussed and recommendations are made for various types of police departments. Practical uses for reserve forces are recounted which can increase community protection at low cost. Each chapter includes the authors recommendations to the commission in detail.

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