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An Overview of Resource Allocation Models in a Selection of Large Canadian Police Services / Public Safety Canada.

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Location

Public Safety Canada Library

Resource

e-Archives

Alternate Title

Un survol des modèles de dotation en personnel implantés par des organisations policières canadiennes de grande taille.

Authors

ISSN

1916-4009

Publishers

Description

1 online resource (2 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Un survol des modèles de dotation en personnel implantés par des organisations policières canadiennes de grande taille.
Preceding series, Research summary, 1996-2014, was published by volume and number sequence.

Summary

Over the years police work has become increasingly complex and diverse. Canadian communities as well as police services need to know how many police officers are required to ensure public safety and help their agency to most cost-effectively meet the demands placed on it. An increasing number of Canadian police organizations try to improve their approach to determine human resource requirements and allocate adequate human resource levels in order to offer appropriate policing services, based on their vision of policing, their mandate and expected roles.

Subject

Online Access

Series

Research Summary (Canada. Public Safety Canada) ; 2017-S004.

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