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Organizational Change in a Police Organization

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As the police chief evaluate the demands placed on a organization. Need to reevaluate the goals and structure. So consider the philosophy, methodology, and functioning within a department.

1. Describe the first two changes will you make. How will these changes impact a organization overall? How will these changes impact the sections and individuals directly involved?
2. Assume that you must make changes to a organization and that you must utilize the resources of other organizations. Detail both the changes within and the relationship between agencies. How does this impact the philosophy and structure discussed?
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As the police chief evaluate the demands placed on a organization. Need to reevaluate the goals and structure. So consider the philosophy, methodology, and functioning within a department.

When considering an organizational change, the vision, organizational culture, and management of the organization must be considered. Therefore, if the policing philosophy isn't community policing in the 21st century, the philosophy should be changed, which will required a visionary leader that is capable of creating a new mission that will emphasize management within the organization that is placated upon community ...

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The solution uses 402 words to describe the changes that can be made to the goals and structure of a police apartment to better enact their philosophies.

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