Compstat: Accountability But Little Creativity

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The heralded Compstat program to make police commanders more accountable produced “some significant but modest changes” in three police departments studied by criminologists. Compstat succeeded in monitoring and evaluating police middle managers more rigorously, but at the price of stifling creativity, said James Willis of the University of Massachusetts-Boston and Stephen Mastrofski of George Mason
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