Consolidating police agenciespros and cons


Various types of mergers exist, some involving only two of the three organizations.

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Germany and Japan maintained united services throughout the war, after which the allies deemed it undesirable to have police officers working as firefighters and subsequently separated the two.Consolidation works best when based on the community’s character, composition, size, geographic location, and existing programs.Disaster planning; emergency preparedness; public demand; local control, efficiency, and effectiveness; and anticipated public safety issues constitute key considerations.It provides organizational models across the United States and to foreign countries.For example in February 2011 an 11-member delegation from Sweden toured the state, examining these paradigms.Consolidating multiple fire, EMS, police departments, and/or dispatch centers is often driven by fiscal concerns, but it can also result in improved service.

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