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Developing a Partnership between a University and a Police Department : < the University at Buffalo School of Management and the Buffalo Police Department Partnership Project

By Hunt, Raymond G.

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Title: Developing a Partnership between a University and a Police Department : < the University at Buffalo School of Management and the Buffalo Police Department Partnership Project  
Author: Hunt, Raymond G.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Economic & political studies
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Excerpt: The partnership was committed to a few general guidelines for its purpose of developing strategies for community policing: 0 the research agenda (what the researchers would be doing) would be driven primarily by the practitioners in the form of a steering committee 0 feedback systems should be developed in order to determine what works and what doesn't 0 organizational change should be led from the middle At the researchers' request, Commissioner Kerlikowske invited a group of the department's managers to form a steering cormnittee that would direct the project's activities. The researchers had not pre-determined what the department should do, in specific, to move toward the community policing model. Instead, they had purposely left the strategies unspecified so that the steering committee could design them to fit the particular needs and capacities of their own organization. The researchers defined their own role as service providers to assist the steering committee to develop those strategies. As one member of the steering committee said, “the committee was what we made of it, and the University regularly reminded us that we steered the project.”' ...

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