Conceptions of success: Understandings of successful policing of human trafficking

@inproceedings{Bjelland2018ConceptionsOS,
  title={Conceptions of success: Understandings of successful policing of human trafficking},
  author={Heidi Fischer Bjelland},
  year={2018}
}
Most organizations experience multiple demands that challenge the performance of organizational tasks. While line officers’ duties are specified by their organization’s rules and obligations, they may hold different understandings of success that potentially conflict with the core aims set by management. Using the policing of human trafficking in Norway as a case example, this study aims to explore subjective conceptions of success in police organizations. Analysing data from interviews with… CONTINUE READING
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