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    But the point of the matter is each LT has both sworn and non sworn and it doesn't matter if a person is sworn or non sworn, you should still have no more than 7 people under a supervisor.

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    That is certainly the established way of looking at it. I contend that a non sworn manager can easily "manage" 15 underlings without issue. We only do what we do because that is the way we have always done it.

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    That is certainly the established way of looking at it. I contend that a non sworn manager can easily "manage" 15 underlings without issue. We only do what we do because that is the way we have always done it.
    Any management class would disagree with your assessment of a 15:1 ratio being acceptable. 7:1 ratio at lower levels like ours is the norm and includes supervising both sworn and non sworn, and the public sector as well

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    Any management class would disagree with your assessment of a 15:1 ratio being acceptable. 7:1 ratio at lower levels like ours is the norm and includes supervising both sworn and non sworn, and the public sector as well
    I'm sure you are correct. All I know is when I go to Sonny's there are 15 employees and one manager. The salad bar is always fresh and the pork always delicious. We create our own barriers to effectiveness and law enforcement administration is fat with stupidity. We have six levels of supervision just inside. Any management book will tell you that is unnecessarily redundant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I'm sure you are correct. All I know is when I go to Sonny's there are 15 employees and one manager. The salad bar is always fresh and the pork always delicious. We create our own barriers to effectiveness and law enforcement administration is fat with stupidity. We have six levels of supervision just inside. Any management book will tell you that is unnecessarily redundant.
    You are comparing apples to oranges moron.

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    You are comparing apples to oranges moron.

    You are right again. I was comparing a well managed and efficient operation designed to serve the public a quality product with a bloated, out-dated and top heavy bureaucratic mess. Truly apples to oranges, Captain Obvious.

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    I wonder if the captains and majors will have to interview for their jobs on July 1, 2017? maybe they should be asked to list their biggest accomplishments since coming here.

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