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Police recruitment and retention in the contemporary urban environment

Jeremy M. Wilson

Police recruitment and retention in the contemporary urban environment

a national discussion of personnel experiences and promising practices from the front lines

by Jeremy M. Wilson

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Published by RAND in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English


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A summary of the presentations, discussions, and opinions offered by panelists at a National Summit on Police Recruitment and Retention in the Contemporary Urban Environment held at RAND in June 2008. Topics examined include changing police workforce issues, strategies being employed, lessons that could be learned from other organizations such as the military, and in-depth analyses of police recruiting and retention in selected cities.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 39).

StatementJeremy M. Wilson, Clifford A. Grammich
SeriesConference proceedings, Conference proceedings (Rand Corporation)
ContributionsGrammich, Clifford A. (Clifford Anthony), 1963-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV8141 .W55 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 39 p. :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24533244M
ISBN 100833047396
ISBN 109780833047397
LC Control Number2009022972
OCLC/WorldCa402540753

Recruitment is the process of finding candidates, reviewing applicant credentials, screening potential employees, and selecting employees for an organization. Effective recruitment results in an organization hiring employees who are skilled, experienced, and good fits with your corporate : Susan M. Heathfield. Organizational stressors and police performance Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Criminal Justice 38(4) July with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Jon Shane.

Police Recruitment and Retention for the New Millennium. Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) and RAND Center on Quality Policing, This guidebook summarizes for police practitioners lessons on recruiting and retaining divers, effective workforces. Better recruitment and selection strategies result in improved organizational outcomes. With reference to this context, the research paper entitled Recruitment and Selection has been prepared to put a light on Recruitment and Selection process. The main objective is to identify general practices that.

—Public administration includes many occupational fields—medicine, engineering, social welfare, economics, etc. It is within the framework of each of these fields that the political, legal, and managerial aspects of public administration are transformed by public administrators into the work of government. Police Recruitment and Retention for the New Millennium: The State of Knowledge eBook: Wilson, Jeremy M., Dalton, Erin, Scheer, Charles, Grammich, Clifford A.: Amazon Author: Jeremy M. Wilson, Erin Dalton, Charles Scheer.


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Police Recruitment and Retention in the Contemporary Urban Environment: A National Discussion of Cited by: 9. urban police agencies report particular difficulty in recruiting minority and female officers.

To help address these challenges, the RAND Center on Quality Policing convened a National Summit on Police Recruitment and Retention in the Contemporary Urban Environment. Many urban police agencies report particular difficulty in recruiting minority and female officers.

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Police recruitment and retention in the contemporary urban environment: a national discussion of personnel experiences and promising practices from the front lines. [Jeremy M Wilson; Clifford A Grammich] -- A summary of the presentations, discussions, and opinions offered by panelists at a National Summit on Police Recruitment and Retention in the Contemporary Urban.

Many urban police agencies report particular difficulty in recruiting minority and female officers. To help address these challenges, the RAND Center on Quality Policing convened a National Summit on Police Recruitment and Retention in the Contemporary Urban Environment in June Hiring and Retention Issues in Police Agencies: Readings on the Determinants of Police Strength, Hiring and Retention of Officers, and the Federal COPS Program Christopher S.

Koper (Principal Investigator) Edward R. Maguire Gretchen E. Moore with contributions by David E. Huffer Report to the National Institute of Justice Grant # NIJ IJ-CX Maintaining the police workforce level is one of the most salient challenges facing law enforcement today.

In the long run, both the supply of and demand for qualified officers are changing in a time of increasing attrition, expanding law-enforcement responsibilities, and decreasing resources.

Chapter 4: Recruitment and Selection of Police Officers n 69 Of course, these differences should be considered in light of the fact that Generation X is now well established in the workforce (40%) compared to Baby-Boomer employees (45%) and Generation X employees are moving into positions of power and control (Eckberg, ).File Size: 5MB.

This report contains a collection of readings that examine various staffing issues in policing. These readings address three broad issues: determinants of police staffing levels; the processes of hiring, training, and deploying officers; and retention patterns associated with individual officers and staff positions.

The papers are the result of an Urban Institute research project funded by the Author: Christopher S. Koper. The problem of recruitment and retention of police officers in departments across the United States is well documented.

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Recruitment and Retention Challenges for Law Enforcement Agencies: Identifying the Reasons for High Turnover Rates of New Recruits by Scott Alan Keams Master's in Human Resource Management, University of Richmond, Maria T. Poindexter, thesis advisor Abstract The problem addressed in this study is the challenge to police agencies toCited by: 2.

Police Perspectives: Building Trust in a Diverse Nation - No. How to Support Trust Building in Your Agency: COPS-P Police Recruitment and Retention for the New Millennium: COPS-W Police Recruitment and Retention in the Contemporary Urban Environment: COPS-CD Police Training Officer (PTO) CD-ROM: COPS-W Police Training.

Recruitment, Selection & Retention of Law Enforcement Officers Keywords Law enforcement, officers, recruiting, police Disciplines Criminology and Criminal Justice Publisher Looseleaf Law Publisher's Note Reproduction of the first chapter is by the kind permission of Looseleaf Law Publications, Inc.

To read theAuthor: Patrick Oliver. One need only turn on the nightly news to understand that law enforcement across the United States is facing some unprecedented challenges. Those challenges, including the need to rebuild community trust and law enforcement legitimacy, are confronting agencies large and small from coast to coast.

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Police Recruitment and Retention for the New Millennium: The State of KnowledgeCited by: This report contains a collection of readings that examine various staffing issues in policing. These readings address three broad issues: determinants of police staffing levels; the processes of hiring, training, and deploying officers; and retention patterns associated with individual officers and staff positions.

The papers are the result of an Urban Institute research project funded by the. The objective of this monograph is to formulate evidence-based lessons on recruitment, retention, and managing workforce profiles in large police departments.

It extends the present literature on personnel planning by focusing on empirical analysis and by placing recruitment and retention in a larger context of managing the police workforce and. Those goals should include minority and female recruitment, which over 50% of police departments Todd surveyed mostly ignored.

"With more women entering the work force, especially in what used to be predominately male occupations, we must find ways to encourage their interest in the law," she writes. Police Recruitment and Retention in the Contemporary Urban Environment: A National Discussion of Personnel Experiences and Promising Practices from the Front Lines avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions3/5(2).

Police Recruitment and Retention in the Contemporary Urban Environment: A National Discussion of Personnel Experiences and Promising Practices from the Front Lines by Jeremy M. Wilson avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions.Originally published in KLE magazine's Spring issue, this is the first of a four-part series diving into some of today’s biggest recruitment and retention issues that plague law enforcement agencies across the nation, but often go overlooked and unnoticed in an ever-evolving workforce : Abbie Darst.

The combination between recruitment (and selection) and promotion policy measures is a common one (Casey, ; Jain and Agocs, ; Johnston, ; Zhao et al., ), while others focus on the retention of police officers with a diverse profile, for example, by outlining measures that aim to improve the working environment of police officers Cited by: