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Premium Attitudes of police managers to different leadership roles in their jobs: An empirical study in Norway
Gottschalk Petter,
Glomseth Rune
Publication year2012
Publication title
journal of leadership studies
Resource typeJournals
PublisherWiley Subscription Services
Abstract The background for this study is the increased complexity in policing that has become more knowledge‐based and more professional in the past decade. The aim of this article is to present empirical results from a study of attitudes of police managers to different leadership roles in their jobs in two police districts in Norway. A questionnaire was developed and administered among police managers in two police districts in Norway. Participants in leadership programs were selected for this survey research. The Follo police district and Hedmark police district had a total of 130 participants in these programs, with 60 managers from Follo and 70 managers from Hedmark. The research was carried out in March and April 2010. The personnel leader role was found to be most important, followed by the resource allocator role. Responding police managers reported that they felt least competent in the liaison role.
Subject(s)business , criminology , economics , empirical research , epistemology , management , philosophy , political science , psychology , public relations
SCImago Journal Rank0.219

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