Teaching Case - Assertive Policing, Plummeting Crime: The NYPD Takes on crime in New York City (Epilogue)

Assertive Policing, Plummeting Crime: The NYPD Takes on crime in New York City (Epilogue)

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  • Product Description

    Abstract:
    The dramatic reduction in crime in New York City during the 1990s grabbed the attention of the U.S. and the world, seeming to provide evidence that new policy and management approaches could make an enormous difference for the better. The main case tells the story of key management decisions that the New York Police Department itself credits with the successful attack on the city's crime rate. This epilogue raises the dramatic question of whether the goal of minimizing the misuse of force by police officers is also amenable to the measurement techniques successfully employed to the activity of criminals.

    Learning Objective:
    The epilogue raises the dramatic question of whether the goal of minimizing the misuse of force by police officers is also amenable to the measurement techniques successfully employed to the activity of criminals.

  • Other Details

    Publication Date: July 01, 1999
    HKS Case Number: 1530.1
    Case Author: John Buntin
    Pages (incl. exhibits): 13
    Setting: United States
    Language: English
    _year: Older than 2000
    _pages: 1-15
    _geography: US & Canada
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