Session 346: PP87 -> Police Organizational Change and Theory and the Implementation of Community Policing
Time: 3:30PM to 4:50 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Crystal
Session Chair: Stephen D. Mastrofski, George Mason University
Policing Gangs in an Era of Community Policing: Structural and Strategic Impediments to Change
by: Vincent J. Webb, Arizona State University - West
Charles M. Katz, Arizona State University - West (Corresponding)
Context, Structure, and the Implementation of Community Policing
by: Jeremy M. Wilson, University of Toledo (Corresponding)
Measuring the Dosage of Community Policing at the Agency Level
by: Edward R. Maguire, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Stephen D. Mastrofski, George Mason University
David W. Holleran, East Tennessee State University
Reengineering the Police: A Process for Organizational Transformation in Law Enforcement
by: Kent H. Shafer, Columbus Division of Police (Corresponding)
The Foundations for Future Towers of Babel: The Current State of Police Organizational Theory
by: William R. King, The Bowling Green State University (Corresponding)

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