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Locke's theory of states that people must submit to the government of the commonwealth.
Thomas Hobbes maintained that people are basically , existing in a state of consensus with their government for self-protection.
The principles of the Declaration of Independence can be said to be based on:
Barriers to change may be physical, social, financial, legal, political, and/or technological in nature.
A technique for identifying sources of resistance to change, developed by Lewis Kurtlin, is based on an analogy to astronomy
skills involve coordinating and integrating all the activities and interests of the organization toward a common objective.
Criminal justice agencies fit the description of an organization because:
The question as to h<P>ow many subordinates a chief executive can effectively supervise (span of control) will depend on such factors as:
The ________ the agency, the greater the need for specialization and the more _______ the organizational chart will be
Which of the following is not a major concern in organizing a police department or any such agency?
Which of the following are/is not one of the means used by police administrators to ensure that the organization meets its overall goals of investigating and suppressing crime?
The larger the police agency, the greater its need for
An organization is a(n):
The type of police function that the public rarely sees, which includes jail management and crime laboratory services, is called:
_________ is the number of command levels in an organization, from the lowest ranking to the highest
________ is the social distance between the lowest and highest ranking employees in the organization.
Which of the following is not one of the modified performance practices under COPPS?
Most community policing reformers felt it was essential for law enforcement agencies to move from the traditional organizational structures in order to accommodate ______ philosophy and operations.
________ intensity refers to the proportion of organizational resources committed to administration.
Centralization is the extent to which the decision-making capacity within an organization is concentrated in a:
Which style of policing upholds the imposition of control and commanding authority with strict discipline?
With today’s emphasis on community oriented policing and problem solving, many COPPS advocates believe the ___________ model is incompatible with this philosophy.
Which one of the following was not one of Oakland PD’s responses in its award-winning efforts to address a serious motel problem?
Which of the following is a primary objective of crime prevention goals?
In using CompStat to aid in professional development of a commander who shows leadership ability, there should first be:
A bureaucracy is an organization with specialized functions and hierarchy of authority.
Organizations in which lower-ranking employees are given the autonomy to make decisions are less centralized than those in which senior administrators make most decisions.
People-oriented functions in a police agency - including hiring, training, and promoting personnel - are called the staff functions.
A survey by the Police Executive Research Forum found that____ percent of police chiefs in larger cities were highly educated.
Which one of the following can be problematical with getting qualified applicants for police departments?
Law enforcement officers can further their knowledge by:
Middle management includes those persons holding the ranks of sergeants and captains.
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