The NYPD Takes on Crime in New York City (C)
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This abridgement is based on the case "Assertive Policing, Plummeting Crime: The NYPD Takes on Crime in New York City" (1530.0). The abridgement of the case divides the story of the change in the New York Police Department into three, roughly chronological parts--the diagnosis of the crime and organizational problems, the development of a new system of practices and incentives and a description of the variety of impacts which the new "assertive policing" regime appeared to have. The three parts (1557.3, 1558.3, 1559.3) and Epilogue (1557.1) can be used individually or together. They should not be used along with the full case and sequel (1530.0, 1530.1) but should, instead, be considered a substitute approach.
This case, in addition to the questions it raises, provides a powerful telling of one of the most successful public sector management initiatives of recent times.
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