The question relates to the last reading in the book – Transforming Environments: Leadership Development (Brough, et al. 2016). Question: The authors cite Winsor (2012), who argues that criminal justice organizations need to be open to multiple-point entry into senior police leadership positions and not rely solely on workers climbing up in ranks. What makes criminal justice organizations resistant to the idea of multiple-point entry? Is frontline experience the most important quality to be a successful leader? Why or why not?
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