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Reframing Organizations-- Artistry, Choice, and Leadership
Lee G. Bolman and Terrence E. Deal  More Info

The Leadership Paradox: Balancing Logic and Artistry in Schools
Terrence E. Deal  More Info

Corporate Celebration Play, Purpose, and Profit at Work
Terrence E Deal  More Info

Escape from Cluelessness: A Guide for the Organizationally Challenged
Lee G. Bolman  More Info

Modern Approaches to Understanding and Managing Organizations (Jossey Bass Social and Behavioral Science Series)
Lee G. Bolman  More Info

Managing the Hidden Organization: Strategies for Empowering Your Behind-the-Scenes Employee
Terrence E Deal  More Info

When Opposites Dance: Balancing the Manager and Leader Within
Roy G. Williams  More Info

Reframing the Path to School Leadership
Corwin Press  More Info

Making Sense of Social Networks in Schools
Terrence E. Deal  More Info

Reviving the Soul of Teaching: Balancing Metrics and Magic
Terrence E. Deal  More Info

Terrence Edwin Deal spent two years as a police officer for the La Verne Police Department (California)  he earned a BA in 1961 from La Verne College, an MA in Educational Administration in 1966, and a doctorate from Stanford in 1970.  He is the author of  34 books. Among his titles are: Shaping School Culture: The Heart of Leadership; The New Corporate Cultures: Revitalizing the Workplace After Downsizing, Mergers, and Reengineering; Reframing the Path to School Leadership; Leading with Soul: An Uncommon Journey of Spirit; Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership; and, The Leadership Paradox: Balancing Logic and Artistry in Schools.

 

According to the description of Leading with Soul: An Uncommon Journey of Spirit; Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership, “At a time when managers everywhere are seeking strong but sensible ways to reorient their companies for the coming millennium, a new edition of Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership, by Lee Bolman and Terrence Deal, reintroduces the bestselling authors' clear and insightful approach to "big picture" management. Updated examples add to those previously drawn from business, education, health care, and the public sector to help today's leaders prepare more creatively for tomorrow's needs.”

About the La Verne Police Department

La Verne is a small city in Los Angeles County, encompassing 9.2 square miles with a population of 33,816. It is approximately 30 miles east of Los Angeles, tucked against the Angeles National Forest to the north and neighbors San Dimas, Pomona and Claremont. The 210 Freeway crosses the city, making easy access.  The La Verne Police Department consists of 49 Sworn Officers, 25 Non-Sworn Personnel, a Reserve force of up to 25 Reserve Officers, and a Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol program consisting of 30 members.

 

The Patrol Division of the La Verne Police Department is the largest detail in the department. Currently 30 sworn police officers are assigned to patrol the City streets. Officers are assigned to work twelve-hour shifts. Officers work on a three-week cycle of three days a week for two weeks and four days for one week, therefore the officers’ work a total of 120 hours in the three-week cycle. There are four patrol shifts, each comprised of a Lieutenant, a Sergeant and a minimum of four officers.

 

The Investigation Bureau of the La Verne Police Department consists of detectives and support staff who conduct follow-up investigation on criminal cases. Detectives follow up on leads, interview witnesses, victims, suspects, and prepare cases for presentation to the District Attorney’s Office.

 

The Detective Bureau of the La Verne Police Department handles a wide variety of investigations ranging from burglaries and credit card fraud to elder abuse, kidnapping, and homicide. The Detectives spend many hours solving crimes and prosecuting offenders. The Detectives also make themselves available around the clock in order to provide expertise and take over major investigations.

 

The Investigation Bureau is divided up into four categories that focus on different types of crimes. The categories are Crime against Persons, Crime against Property, Sex Crimes and Narcotics. Having Investigators assigned to specific units enables them to gain valuable expertise in their assigned area.

 

The Investigation Bureau consists of five Investigators, one Police Clerk and one Evidence Technician. A Lieutenant and a Sergeant supervise the Bureau.

 

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