Small is better … usually

Research has shown that smaller agencies are more efficient and effective according to standard measures — such as clearance rates and public satisfaction. This article describes the other side of the coin, particularly the tendency of some small towns to depend on the police to generate revenue.

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2 Responses to “Small is better … usually”

  1. Mark Bond Says:

    Reblogged this on e-Roll Call Magazine.

  2. Gunther Says:

    Funny how police departments seem more better and efficient when the cops use their brains to make money in corrupt ways instead of finding betters ways of solving cold cases of rape, homicides, burglaries, acquiring money to buy better DNA kits to solve rapes, hiring more lab staff to help reduce the backlog of rape, etc.

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