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Culture of the British police with reference to quality of service

Graham Sidney Peek

Culture of the British police with reference to quality of service

by Graham Sidney Peek

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Published by Bournemouth University in Poole .
Written in English


Edition Notes

M.Phil - Bournemouth University, Poole, 1996.

StatementGraham Sidney Peek.
ContributionsBournemouth University.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16793323M

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Culture of the British police with reference to quality of service by Graham Sidney Peek Download PDF EPUB FB2

The findings of a longitudinal, qualitative investigation of the culture of British Police and the perceived meanings of 'quality' and 'quality of service' are explored.

Themes emerging from the analysis of in-depth interviews with newly promoted inspectors and sergeants suggest Cited by: The Culture of the British Police: Views of Police Officers.

JULIA A. KIELY and GRAHAME S. PEEK. The findings of a longitudinal, qualitative investigation of the culture of British Police and the perceived meanings of ‘quality’ and ‘quality of service’ are by: The findings of a longitudinal, qualitative investigation of the culture of British Police and the perceived meanings of 'quality' and 'quality of service' are explored.

There is one occupational culture inside the police force, that what we called “Cop Culture”. According to Reiner (), police occupational cultures can be defined as a kind of share values, beliefs, norms, working practices, and informal rules, police officers will use these cultures to justify their works in their world.

Books shelved as british-police-procedural: Cover Her Face by P.D. James, The Sound of Broken Glass by Deborah Crombie, No Mark Upon Her by Deborah Cromb. ‘Canteen culture’, as mentioned by Waddington (), is understood to be the norms and values held by police officers whilst off-duty, whereas ‘police culture’ is the norms and values which are expressed during the course of their occupational lives (Waddington cited by Crank ) Newburn () also makes this a key point by explaining that there is a common tendency to assume that.

Police culture has been widely criticized as a source of resistance to change and reform, and is often misunderstood. This book seeks to capture the heart of police culture-including its tragedies and celebrations-and to understand its powerful themes of morality, solidarity, and common sense, by systematically integrating a broad literature on police culture into middle-range theory, and.

The police are charged with keeping people safe; cutting crime and anti-social behaviour. I am confident that they will do all within their power to meet that responsibility, and preserve the frontline of the police service for local communities. This document sets out our plans for police File Size: KB.

Police Subculture. At the root of all that is good and bad in law enforcement, there is a strong subculture that permeates most agencies. While a common theme in academic discourse is that police culture is negative, entrenched in cynicism, masochism, loyalty above all else, and an “us versus them” mentality, Author: Steve McCartney, Rick Parent, McCartney, Steve.

The values identified for the civil service are: • A deep rooted public service ethos of independence, integrity, impartiality, equality, fairness and respect • A culture of accountability, efficiency and value for money • The highest standards of professionalism, leadership and value for money.

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As a concept, culture connotes both precepts and boundaries that are broadly held by its entire membership. Therefore, adherence to a police culture is an ‘all or nothing’ proposition. Police occupational culture is comprised of several constituent parts and each is.

perspective. Indeed, the book‘s Conclusion argues for much more comparative work in police cultural studies. Background to Current Police Culture Research Before considering in more detail the chapters in this volume, let us look briefly at some of the work that continues to exert a powerful influence on police culture research.

Law enforcement in the United Kingdom is organised separately in each of the legal systems of the United Kingdom: England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. [nb 1] Most law enforcement is carried out by police officers serving in regional police services (known as territorial police forces) within one of those jurisdictions.

British police officers stay unarmed to uphold Queen’s Peace. The term of ‘policing by consent’ can be confusing because police officers operate as members of the legitimate authority, custodians of the state. The police officer may ask the suspect to remain calm.

Heslop () has described the 'McDonaldization' of the British Police Service and there are concerns among prison officers of a similar process of the stripping away of autonomy and increases in Author: Richard Heslop. A History of the British Police book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Having expelled the Norse invaders from his kingdom, Alfre /5(6). This paper reviews the concept of police culture and its utility for analyzing the impact of police reform. Abstract: The persistence of police culture has been considered a serious obstacle to police reform, but the concept itself has been poorly defined and is of little analytic value.

CHAPTER 2 ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE Chapter 1 explored the background to and the motivation for this study, with specific reference to organisational culture and organisational commitment as the main constructs.

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I n Ferguson, Missouri, 50 of the 53 police officers are white in a city that is two-thirds African American.

In Connecticut’s state capital, Hartford, 66% of the police department is white but.SERVICE QUALITY AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: ANTECEDENTS OF CUSTOMER’S RE-PATRONAGE INTENTIONS YAP SHEAU FEN a KEW MEI LIAN KDU College ABSTRACT This study was designed to examine the relationship between service quality, customer satisfaction and customer’s re-patronage intentions in the context of the restaurant industry.