The bureaucratic model of organizations pioneered by Max Weber forms a fundamental foundation for most organizations and governments all over the world today, and it is believed to lead to the success and efficiency of institutions, and that it is the most logical and rational type of management. The theory is based on expert leadership and apart from being useful for big organizations, it ensures that strict rules are strictly followed, leaving little room for favoritism (Weber, 2019).
4The model is designed uniquely where it is grounded on the division of labor, the authority’s hierarchy, impersonality, a framework of rules as well as formal selection. However, the most important thing about Max Weber’s bureaucracy model is the seven principles of bureaucracy. The principles are the pillars of the theory, and they include an in-focused mission where the organization has an aim of serving the board or agencies supporting them and their stakeholders only (Weber, 1978). For example, the police are independent and serve their stakeholders. Additionally, organizations can adopt an in-focused model to serve the insiders of the organization as well as the aims and goals of the organization. Equality is another model applied by this theory where police organizations judge all its employees with equality without favoritism and biases based on strict observance of rights, rules and regulations (Weber, 2019). Moreover, the principle of formal regulations and rules is a significant component of this model where the police organizations follow a standard of well-established rules. These rules are to be followed by every stakeholder, employee and executive staff members of the organization without any exceptions, with the main goal being to provide exceptional service to the public. Similarly, in a formal hierarchy structure, recruitment is based on different abilities, and specializations and systematic filing are important models on which police organizations are built. By doing this, the police organizations make sure they have reduced incidences of favoritism and discrimination within their ranks.The Effectiveness of the Recruitment Process of Law Enforcement AgenciesHuman labor is exceptionally vital to the success and eventual longevity of an organization. The law enforcement agencies are primarily bureaucratic, and they make use of people outside the policing to hire and recruit police chiefs and officers. The groups or persons mostly used to ensure that the law enforcement agencies hire the right individuals include the
5civil service panel teams, the personnel departments, police commissioners as well as fire commissioners, who determine members eligible for hire, promotion or recruitment to become members to assessment teams, mayors, city managers and members of the council who determine who is to become chief. Other than picking the right persons to do the job the agencies