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Saving Officers Time in the Long Run: Factors that Contribute to Writing Proficiency in Law Enforcement Reports
preprintposted on 02.01.2020, 18:41 by Richard SegoviaRichard Segovia, David Vacchi
This essay is written from a career police officer's perspective and includes a literature review of police trade journals and scholarly articles related to police reports and written communication. The work also explores Yrjö Engestrom's (1987) activity systems theory and shows how this theory is associated with the practice and modeling of police reports.
Declaration of conflicts of interestThere are no conflicts of interest related to this work.
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Lead author countryUnited States
Lead author job rolePractitioner/Professional
Lead author institutionLiberty University
Ethics statementThis work did not include human participants.
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