A survey of selected officer retention and grade-structure studies
Marshall, Kneale T.
Criste, David Murray
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The paper presents a critique of several selected studies in the areas of officer retention and grade structure. These studies are investigated to determine what methods of approach and analytic techniques were employed in accomplishing the objectives of the study group. An assessment is made of the degree of success r failure realized by each study. In discussing officer grade structure studies, the paper also presents the factors which are necessary to create an 'optimal' grade structure, and reviews the current grade structures and legal constraints which act upon these structures
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