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Supervision in Law Enforcement


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Motivation/ Hierarchical in nature
More important then others
Motivation/ Interference
Based upon deductive reasoning
Motivation/ Variability
Changeable & limited stability
Motivation
A mental process that produces an attitude resulting in an action leading to a result
Motivation to act
Strength of the need, The belief that a certain action will lead to need
Supervisors must motivate
Individuals & Organizations
Aspects of Motivation/ may involve
Improvement of communication process
Aspects of Motivation/ may involve
Immediate correction of a problem
Aspects of Motivation/ may involve
Environment where individuals can grow
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
The strongest & most fundamental
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Life-sustaining, food, water, shelter
Security needs
Emerge once a person’s physiological needs are met
Security needs
Job security
Security needs
See everything in terms of black and white
Security needs
Rules and regulations dominate
Security needs
Based upon fear and uncertaintly
Social needs
Hunger for socialization and interaction
Social needs
Identity with groups
Social needs
Supervisor will emphasize individual needs
Motivation-Hygiene Theory
Happiness is based upon work activities that reflect growth
Theory X
Prevalent in policing
Theory X
Assumes that individuals are irresponsible
Theory X
External control is needed
Theory Y
Assumes that individuals are responsible
Theory Y
Internal control is needed
Psychological success depends on:
A personal challenging goal is set
Psychological success depends on:
Methods of achieving that goal are set
Psychological success depends on:
The goal is relevant to one’s self-concept
Need to maintain
Distributive fairness
Rewards are based upon
Fair assessment of effort
Sensitivity Theory
Fundamental needs among individuals will be used to determine behavior
Sensitivity Theory
Consists of basic individual and organizational needs
Motivational Techniques
Punishment is only effective when used with other approaches
Motivational Techniques
Positive reinforcement must be immediate and consistent
Motivational Techniques
Positive reinforcement may lead to repetitive behavior
Motivational Techniques
Is subjective among individuals