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The paradox of police organization structure is that while the high-risk environment demands strict bureaucratic control, the devolution of authority and response to environmental changes necessary for street-level decision-making is counter to the rational bureaucracy. This article posits that...
This limited examination of policy diffusion mechanisms provides some support for learning as a mechanism for diffusing patrol rifles across police agencies. Policy diffusion is generally defined as a government making policy choices based on the policies existing in other governments. A...
Orthodox public administration separated politics from administration, leaving little room for campaigns. Subsequent work challenged orthodoxy’s premium on efficiency at the expense of democratic values. The constitutional school and interdisciplinary studies of transparency, administrative law,...
Public participation affords public officials the opportunity to tap into diverse citizen knowledge that may help solve complex social problems. In order to best understand how to design effective participation, it is necessary to consider the perspectives of both public administrators and...
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