Police agencies as learning organizations

This bulletin from the Australian Institute of Police Management assesses the status of police research in the country and the quality of collaboration between police and researchers. Findings indicate a more positive situation than what was called a “dialogue of the deaf” a few years ago. It asks, however, whether police organizations are “hoping to rubber stamp a decision with ‘proof’ or do they really want the insight that research can bring — good and bad — to change practice as needed,” arguing for “a culture of learning across policing.”

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