Supervising Police Personnel: The Fifteen Responsibilities

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  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 01/01/2007
  • Publisher: PRENTICE-HALL
  • Newer Edition

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Proven programs and practices for supervising and leading police employees. This, the fifth edition, is... bull; bull;Specifically designed for the existing or prospective supervisor in a police agency. bull;Ideally suited far college and academy courses devoted to police supervision and human relations. Emphasizing team fundamentals such as values, ethics and vision. Taking a fresh look at the interplay of human communications, trust, empowerment and team leadership. bull;Providing an important emphasis on teamwork and team development intending to motivate and empower one's staff. bull;Continuing its commonsense approach to handling problem police employees. Being a police supervisor is much more than having mare pay, more authority, more influence, and more status. All of the above and much more are compacted into a highly readable and definitely useful set of 15 supervisory responsibilities. Combined, they offer keys for you to become both police supervisor and police leaders.

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