James R. Brunet "Drug Testing in Law Enforcement Agencies: Social Control in the Public Sector"
LFB Scholarly Publishing | English | 2004-10-29 | ISBN: 1593320671 | 190 pages | PDF | 1 MB
Drug testing has become an increasingly important part of the public sector workplace. For law enforcement officers, courts have granted government employers wide discretion in choosing a drug testing strategy. Brunet seeks to understand what leads one law enforcement agency to adopt a more rigorous testing program while another abstains from testing workers altogether. An emerging literature on drug testing as a mechanism of social control provides the theoretical base. An analysis of a sample of law enforcement agencies finds evidence that social distance within police organizations, the social status of officers, and the influence of third parties play significant roles in shaping a department’s drug testing policy.
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