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Unformatted text preview: She could make the argument that her department is one of the most successful departments in the state and that taking away good officers could change that instantly. It’s almost as if they were to take away a puzzle piece from a completed puzzle; it’s just not the same and will never be completed. 3. If the chief had to lay off five officers, what criteria should be followed and why? How should she determine who is to be laid off and who is not in a fair manner? I think the criteria to be followed should be to call them in one at a time and have a meeting with each of them, discussing why and what their options are once they leave the department. This is a painful/helpful process for both the officer and the chief but it is a must and needs to be done to follow the city’s demands. I think that to lay off the officers in a fair manner she should do it based on their evaluations in the department rather than picking any five she wants....
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course CJ 102 taught by Professor Bostaph during the Spring '11 term at Boise State.
- Spring '11