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A Study on adaptive stages classification of the members by Tourist Police introduction
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A Study on adaptive stages classification of the members by Tourist Police introduction
Cho, Min-Sang; Jo, Hyun-Bin;
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This study was examined for perception of introduction and adaptation stages focused on the tourist police in Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. Seoul Metropolitan tourist police operates that is installed the first in Korea. Through in-depth interviews, we collected and analyzed data on the purpose of the tourist police, operating direction, the areas of activity, job characteristics, working environment. Awareness about activities of the tourist police members can have a significant impact on tourist police installations in the future. The survey was conducted for tourist police officers 16 people in the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, and analysis of the data was carried out through a qualitative research analysis program NVivo 10.0. Recognition was divided that Start step, Trial-and-error step, Skilled step, Completion step from the work experience of the tourist police and it analyzed the difference between each step. Each stage found difference in the individuals, working periods, also it was confirmed that difference of opinion about the settlement and completeness in the tourist police.
Cooperation;Introduction;Police officers;Settlement;Tourist Police;
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