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A Critical Review on Introduction of Local Police System in the Participatory Government: Focusing on Survey Results

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2006, 16(4), pp.189-209
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

Song Keon-Sup 1 Taejong Lee 2 LeeSeungChul 3

1대구대학교
2경주대학교
3중앙대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study is to analyze the introduction of Local Police System to increase efficiency of the police system through the improvement of centralized police system in Korea, and to be democratic police as servants or the police serving for citizen and community. In study, investigate having the controversies and ideas on introduction of the Local Police System from the viewpoint of before or after the Participatory Government. The reasons for introduction of Local Police System in the police as an alternative measure of the Korean police system are as follows: First, it is in need that the police should change the way of thinking into being customer-centered and citizen participation should be increased. Second, it is in need that the protection of private information and security should be strengthened. Third, it is in need that Local Police System should be activated by keeping harmonious relationship between the police and local police system. Fourth, it is in need that efficiency of the police's affairs should be increased. In the end, the Local Police System decided to introduction in 2004 through the Participatory Government. Therefore, In case of enforcing Local Police System in what is call "the Participatory Government" through survey method try to find introduction orientation what kinds of plan are durable Local Police System for local residents.

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