Measurement and Evaluation of Efficiency. Criteria for Police Units
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Police organization It is widely recognized that the exercise of the activity of management, as of all human activities, is not a purpose in itself, but rather a means to increase economic and social efficiency. To achieve a higher efficiency, the management has a major contribution, due to its deep involvement in the development of micro or macrosocial activities, through the decisions adopted and the actions needed for their application. Measuring and evaluating the organizational efficiency /effectiveness may be a task of high degree difficulty when it comes to translating them into practice. During their implementation, in front of the evaluator, appear a number of problems on whose settlement will depends the finality of the process itself. At the level of police organizations it is obvious that efficiency is a priority, getting performances on all levels, expressed with the help of indicators and indices. This study aims to highlight the difficulties of establishing criteria for efficiency in the police units and suggests performance indicators valid for police officers in accordance with the need for performance in public institutions at EU level.
- 2012 fascicula1 nr2