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BALANCING LIFE AND THE MISSION: COMPRESSED SCHEDULING IN LAW ENFORCEMENT

Over the past few decades, many state and municipal law enforcement departments across the country have studied the advantages and disadvantages of implementing a compressed work schedule (CWS) for their uniformed officers and agents. “Lateral thinking,” coined by Edward de Bono (1970) is a set of approaches and techniques designed to find radically new approaches to problems - to come at them from the side rather than... more »

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Border Patrol hire full time processors instead of using agents.

It will take hours and sometimes a whole shift to process illegal aliens. Also, multiple agents may be processing.

This takes away agents in the field. If they were able to stay in the field, it will increase manpower.

DHS hires personnel to man the radio room (LEKA) full time. DHS can use the same strategy by hiring personnel to process. This will allow the government to hire less agents which cost more then... more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Border Patrol hire full time processors instead of using agents.

It will take hours and sometimes a whole shift to process illegal aliens. Also, multiple agents may be processing.

This takes away agents in the field. If they were able to stay in the field, it will increase manpower.

DHS hires personnel to man the radio room (LEKA) full time. DHS can use the same strategy by hiring personnel to process. This will allow the government to hire less agents which cost more then... more »

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