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Police: Organization and Management - Conclusion

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Throughout the twentieth century, police administrators, politicians, reformers, and scholars have sought out the best ways to organize and manage the police. Perhaps the biggest lesson learned is that there is no one best way. Although the American policing system is unique by world standards, it contains fascinating differences in style, structure, management, technology, and personnel. In their quest to improve the organization and management of American police agencies, police administrators continue to experiment with innovations in each of these areas.

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