An internship in public administration performed at the City of Tucson Police Department Tucson, Arizona, April 17, 1970 - July 24, 1970
AuthorLawrence, Daniel Arthur
AdvisorMulligan, R. A.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis internship with the Tucson Police Department began with the assignment to the Office of Internal Affairs within the Administrative Offices of the Chief of Police. During the internship, the Office of Internal Affairs was moved into the newly created Administrative Division. The first project assigned was the 1969 Personnel Report. This report consisted of a compilation of personnel statistics about the Tucson Police Department. This project was set aside with the assignment of my second project. The second project was a survey of the educational achievements within the Tucson Police Department. This project was given priority over the 1969 Personnel Report and, therefore, is listed first in the diary. This project was a complete evaluation of the Tucson Police educational system and its accomplishments. The third and final project concerned the development of an awards system for the Tucson Police Department. A survey of other cities was conducted, and recommendations were based on the results of that survey. These three projects concluded the internship in the prescribed 400 hours.
Degree ProgramGraduate College