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Determinants of role conflict and role ambiguity of operational expert community in policing officers : an evaluative study of the role of OE CPO in the eastern regional unit of the National Police

Loo, Christiaan van (2019) Determinants of role conflict and role ambiguity of operational expert community in policing officers : an evaluative study of the role of OE CPO in the eastern regional unit of the National Police.

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Abstract:Since the National Police was established, several new roles became active within the organization. Previous research does not provide the eastern regional unit with sufficient insicht in the role of Operational Expert Community Policing Officer. In addition to this, previous research suggests substantive amounts of role conflict and role ambiguity among OE CPO's. The goal of this study is threefold. The first goal of this study is to provide the National Police with a descriptive overview of the role of the OE CPO in the eastern regional unit. The second goal is to measure the amount of perceived role ambiguity and role conflict of operational expert community policing officers within the eastern regional unit of the National Police. As stated before, previous research suggest that the ambiguities and conflicts (with other roles) of the role of OE CPO leads to strife within base teams. The third goal is to identify which factors explain possible differences of the amount of perceived role ambiguity and role conflict among OE CPO’s of the eastern regional unit.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:88 social and public administration
Programme:Public Administration MSc (60020)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/78042
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