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Community policing in the new economy / by Ellen Scrivner and Darrel W. Stephens.

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Canadian Policing Research






Includes bibliographical references.


1 online resource (vii, 40 pages) : charts


"Since personnel account for the majority of a police department’s expenses, it follows that sizeable budget reductions led some departments to eliminate staff, both sworn and civilian. Cuts were also made in other areas, including training, technology, and equipment. This study explores what impact those losses had on how the agencies policed their communities, specifically focusing on the extent to which community policing activities were affected. It also examines the role of agency leadership in guiding departments through the new economic landscape and includes advice gleaned from discussions with police executives."--Page vii.


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