Taking stock : Toward a richer understanding of police culture

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  title={Taking stock : Toward a richer understanding of police culture},
  author={Eugene A. Paoline},
  year={2003}
}
Police researchers have long speculated on the importance that culture plays in the everyday functioning of officers. Most characterizations of police culture focus on describing the various elements and facets of a single phenomenon among occupational members (e.g., group loyalty, crime fighter image, organizational tension with supervisors, etc.). Little work has been done in synthesizing what we ‘‘know’’ about this occupational culture, as textbook depictions highlight broad generalizations… CONTINUE READING

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