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62 FUTURE TRENDS IN POLICING Personnel 29. Agencies will continue to face budget cuts and force reductions. Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree 0% 11.1% 10.6% 57.1% 21.2% Most respondents (78.3 percent) agree or strongly agree that agencies will continue to face budget cuts and force reductions. 30. Agencies will lower their qualifications for new recruits. Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree 27.5% 49.2% 11.1% 9.5% 2.6% Most agencies (76.7 percent) disagree or strongly disagree with the notion that agencies will lower their qualifications for new recruits. 31. It will be more difficult for agencies to hire and retain high-caliber personnel. Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree 5.8% 28.0% 14.8% 40.2% 11.1% There is no clear trend among agencies with regard to future difficultly for agencies hiring and retaining high-caliber personnel. 51.3 percent agree or strongly agree, while 33.8 percent disagree or strongly disagree. 32. Most recruitment efforts will be moved online through social media and the Internet. Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree 0% 9.6% 14.9% 59.6% 16.0% Most agencies agree or strongly agree (75.6 percent) that most recruitment efforts will be moved online through social media and the Internet. 33. Agencies will increasingly use civilians or citizen volunteers to do jobs currently performed by sworn personnel. Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree 4.8% 20.7% 16.0% 48.4% 10.1% Many respondents (58.5 percent) agree or strongly agree that agencies will increasingly use civilians or citizen volunteers to do jobs currently performed by sworn personnel, but 25.5 percent disagree or strongly disagree.

Appendixes 63 34. Agencies will experiment with traditional command and control organizational structures. Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree 1.1% 10.1% 27.5% 55.6% 5.8% Many agencies (61.4 percent) agree or strongly agree that agencies will experiment with traditional command and control organizational structures, while more than one quarter of respondents (27.5 percent) indicated that they have no opinion. Technology 35. Officers will demand a higher level of sophistication in the agency’s technological capabilities. Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree 0% 0.5% 1.1% 48.1% 50.3% Nearly all respondents (98.4 percent) agree or strongly agree that officers will demand a higher level of sophistication in the agency’s technological capabilities. 36. General technological advances may create unrealistic expectations in the community regarding police agencies’ abilities to prevent and solve crimes. Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree 0% 8.5% 9.0% 49.2% 33.3% Most respondents (82.5 percent) agree or strongly agree that general technological advances may create unrealistic expectations in the community regarding police agencies’ abilities to prevent and solve crimes.

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