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Early Warning Systems: Responding to the Problem Police Officer

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This paper presents a systematic study of early warning systems designed to identify officers who may be having problems on the job and to provide those officers with the appropriate counseling or training. The findings are based on a survey of 832 local law enforcement agencies and site visits to three departments with established early warning systems.
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Technical Format: PDF
Date Added to MERLOT: July 07, 2006
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 09, 2010
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Send email to samwalker@mail.unomaha.edu
Submitter: Cathy Swift

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Avatar for Marcel Beausoleil
5 years ago

Marcel Beausoleil (Faculty)

While this document is now dated, it does provide a good foundation for an understanding of early warning systems and how they work as well as why needed. This is a nice synopsis of the original research done by Dr. Walker. I have used this in classes in conjunction with other material. I would recommend that someone using this be sure to look at Dr. Walker's updated research for further information.
Time spent reviewing site: Have read this document several times.
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