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Discuss some of the challenges law enforcement agencies that are not unionized, may face.
Police the world over are thinking about the challenges they are likely to face in the 21st century. [ Perhaps 100 years or even 1000 years ago, police or their equivalent engaged in similar exercises to prepare for new problems and to improve their ability to carry out their responsibilities. Police of the late 20th century, however, have advantages their predecessors lacked in attempting to
project the future. They have access to unlimited information, the ability to share ideas and experiences globally, higher levels of education and training, and a better understanding of what policing can contribute towards the quality of life of a nation. But on the debit side is a world far more complex than it was 100 or 1000 years ago. The demands on police are constant, compelling and often competing, so it is not always clear how police skills and resources can best be deployed to achieve the civility, order and security which society requires. If all their modern skills, resources and good intentions are not to be stretched too thinly and rendered ineffectual, police must be able to cut through the tangle of issues to focus on what is important. Study of the future is therefore vital for police managers to identify those key trends that will demand their attention so that they can achieve maximum advantage for minimum expenditure of effort and resources. ]
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