Policijos organizacijos kultūros samprata

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Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Policijos organizacijos kultūros samprata
Alternative Title:
Concept of police organization’s culture
In the Journal:
Visuomenės saugumas ir viešoji tvarka [Public security and public order]. 2019, 23, p. 77-87
Keywords:
LT
Kultūra / Culture; Viešoji tvarka ir saugumas / Public order and safety.
Summary / Abstract:

LTPolicijos organizacija, būdama specialių socialinių paslaugų teikėja ir organizatorė, turi specifinį socialinį statusą dėl jai suteiktų ypatingų valstybės įgaliojimų. Mokslinė literatūra policiją dažnai įvardija kaip uždarą socialinį darinį. Svarstytina, ar policijos specifinė organizacijos kultūra at-siranda dėl savito šios profesijos atstovų gyvenimo būdo, ar dėl kitų priežasčių. Šio straipsnio tikslu pasirinkta atskleisti policijos organizacijos kultūros sampratą, analizuojant organizacijos kultūros pag-rindines dimensijas, jų sąveiką, detalizuojant policijos organizacijos kultūros dedamąsias dalis bei iš-ryškinant jų esminius skirtumus. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Kultūros dimensijos; Neoficiali kasdienės tarnybos kultūra; Organizavimo kultūra; Pareigūnų kultūra; Policija; Policijos organizacijos kultūra; Policijos organizacinė kultūra; Socialinis uždarumas; Vadyba; Vadybos kultūra; Cultural dimensions; Management; Management cop culture; Officer culture; Organizational culture; Police; Police organization culture; Social isolation; Street cop culture.

ENAs a provider and organizer of special social services, the police organization has a specific social status due to the special powers of the state. Scientific literature often refers to police as a closed social entity. The question is whether the specific culture of the police organization is due to the peculiar lifestyle of the profession or to other reasons? The aim of this paper is to reveal the concept of police organization culture by analyzing organizational culture dimensions and their interaction, showing the differences between the components of the police organization. The culture of an organization has two sides - visible and invisible. Mental dimension objects - individual beliefs, perceptions, thoughts, feelings are not visible. However, they must be reflected (ob-jectified) in the material and social dimensions and thus become visible, both to members of the culture of that organization and to others.In this way, certain norms and values of individuals are objectified in the public presentation of police organizational goals, strategies of action, philosophy; cultural value systems are reflected in the objects, structure and processes of the organization. The "objectification" of fundamentally intangible mental phenomena is essential for the emergence of organizational culture and its transfer to new members. Culture-specific mindsets, examples of activities / behaviors need to be reflected in specific artefacts and actions. Only then can they become objects of both observation and communication among the members of the organization. Only in this way can they become intersubjec-tive (that is, act / exist between cultural entities) and become transferable between individuals. Through this shift in mental dimension, with the material and social dimension, the culture of the organization emerges. It is only through this three-dimensional interface that culture can be passed on to new mem-bers of the organization as the latter as they grow into the culture of the organization by familiarizing them with the police organization’s values and standards of behavior. Later, this culture-driven mindset is reflected in their actions and decisions. [From the publication]

DOI:
10.13165/PSPO-19-23-06
ISSN:
2029-1701; 2335-2035
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2020-12-17 20:21:10
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