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According to Gulick and Urwick, the best way to divide labor is by purpose, process, persons...




Question;Name of textbook: Police Administration, Authors: Gary W. Cordner & Katheryn E. ScarboroughQuestion 1 of 20According to Gulick and Urwick, the best way to divide labor is by purpose, process, persons or things, and:A. financial considerations.B. the preparedness cycle.C. interoperability.D. place.Question 2 of 20__________ originated the term and concept of "functional supervision."A. Max WeberB. Gulick and UrwickC. Frederick W. TaylorD. Ken BlanchardQuestion 3 of 20Participative management is an example of which of the following approaches to organizational improvement?A. Human development approachB. Structural design approachC. Strategic management approachD. Police organizational approachQuestion 4 of 20In Gulick's seven activities of management, abbreviated POSDCORB, what does the "P" stand for?A. ProposingB. PlanningC. PushingD. PullingQuestion 5 of 20Bottom-up governance power is seen as:A. limited.B. dictatorial.C. nonessential.D. flexible.Question 6 of 20Geller suggests that applying the learning organization model to policing would be difficult because:A. police officers have difficulty learning concepts.B. there is skepticism about research.C. there is lack of cooperation from police administrators.D. learning is unimportant.Question 7 of 20Which of the following individuals examined the applicability of the learning organization to police agencies implementing community-oriented policing?A. Chris ArgyrisB. Peter SengeC. Leanne AlaridD. Pam CollinsQuestion 8 of 20The __________ age dominates much of today's workplace.A. wisdomB. formingC. industrialD. knowledgeQuestion 9 of 20An agile organization's primary component is:A. rules.B. span of control.C. written policies.D. speed.Question 10 of 20Interorganizational collaboration is important to avoid:A. conflict.B. interference.C. waste.D. All of the aboveQuestion 11 of 20__________ inform us that there will be fewer people available for police work.A. DemographicsB. Political scientistsC. Police chiefsD. HistoriansQuestion 12 of 20Actual collaboration involves the sharing of which of the following?A. ResourcesB. ExpertiseC. AuthorityD. All of the aboveQuestion 13 of 20The number and __________ of civilian police employees has increased and will result in major divisions of a police agency being commanded by civilian employees.A. powerB. abilityC. diversityD. salaryQuestion 14 of 20Police abuse of authority could potentially be reduced by:A. greater supervision.B. increased accountability.C. systematic data collection.D. All of the aboveQuestion 15 of 20__________ percent of African Americans believe they have been profiled by the police.A. TwentyB. FortyC. SixtyD. EightyQuestion 16 of 20Which system is NOT a part of the central role of police in homeland security?A. Security systemB. Criminal justice systemC. Operability systemD. Safety systemQuestion 17 of 20Which of the following is a finding by the bipartisan congressional committee that investigated the problems that occurred during and after Hurricane Katrina?A. Many conditions led to lawlessness and violenceB. The lack of a government public communications strategy delayed relief.C. Military assistance was critical for restoring law and order.D. All of the aboveQuestion 18 of 20__________ includes prevention, protection, response, and recovery.A. Technology cycleB. Preparedness cycleC. Training cycleD. Community engagement cycleQuestion 19 of 20__________ are entities that serve multi-agency policing needs by providing information to patrol officers, detectives, management, and other personnel on specific criminals, crime groups, and criminal activities.A. Fusion centersB. Reaction centersC. Protection centersD. Information centersQuestion 20 of 20Whick is NOT a principle of the Compstat system?A. Accurate and timely intelligenceB. Effective tacticsC. Rapid deployment of personnel and resourcesD. None of the above


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