Management of International Police Cooperation in the National Identity Context
JUDr. Jörg Petermann, Zwickau Police Headquarters, Police Board
Article is especially deepen highlights the theme of effects of organizationally-specific internal or external impacts on strategic and development process concerning these police organizations in the context of citizens´ national identity of particular states. It also highlights its impacts on personal and collectively-shared opinion, public and co-workers attitudes of above mentioned police organizations. It is analysed with the respect to real adaptive harmonization of nationally constructive elements. During the work on partial research new knowledge, which is necessary for the analysis of the process of strategic planning aimed at developing international police management, was acquired. The creation of concrete recommendations for executive management of the respective police organisations is closely related with this.
Key words: deployment/development of international police cooperation strategy, positive social personal identity, national personal identity, international working relationship/joint work/association of police, European police co-operation, Police of the Czech republic, Police of the Free State of Saxony, intercultural competence, international police management, international strategic management, national organizational culture of police.