UDK 351.74:005.32:331.101.32
Biblid: 1451-3188, 15 (2016)
Vol. 16, No 55, str. 326-347

Izvorni naučni rad
Primljeno: 01 Jan 1970
Prihvaćeno: 01 Jan 1970


Klisarić Milan (Министарство унутрашњих послова), mklisar60@gmail.com
Skakavac Zdravko (Факултет за правне и пословне студије, Нови Сад)

The subject of this work is the satisfaction of police leaders, as well as internal stakeholders in the process of countering crime, various aspects of the work or the functions they perform. The aim of the paper is to investigate the level of satisfaction of police leaders in the Republic of Serbia, various aspects of the work, to identify the differences in the level of satisfaction at different management levels and different groups in relation to the years of work experience, and that on the basis of statistical data and the results of certain other carry out research relevant conclusions and recommendations. In a sample of 120 respondents was analyzed the level of satisfaction with various aspects of the work, namely: the use of the ability, authority, strategy and practice unit, independence, respect for the personality, confidence in staff and evaluation work. Survey results show that satisfaction generally does not grow linearly from the lower to the higher levels of management and of the younger of working age to older managers. The paper is an attempt to give an explanation for such a deviation, the benefit of the results and other research. The main reason for such differences is the traditional type of police organization of the Republic of Serbia and political determinism. Also, at the end of the paper are recommendations for the improving working environment for police executives and managers that shall be analyzed as particularly important stakeholders in the process of countering crime.

Ključne reči: analysis of attitudes, police leadership, job satisfaction, stakeholder, quality