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Best paper, PAQ 2022
Congratulations to Barbara Patrick and Aaron C. Rollins on the selection of their paper, "Delivering Culturally Competent and Equitable Police Services Via Social Media: Assessing Two Way Dialogue between Police Agencies and Vulnerable Citizens" as the best paper published by PAQ in 2022. We are pleased to make this scholarship freely available here.
call for papers: nonprofit management for social change
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Cultural Competency: Administrative Accountability and Responsibility
PAQ, Vol. 43 No. 1,
The organizational practice of cultural competency is not new. Public sector organizations hold a responsibility in promoting cultural competency and incorporating practices that serve diverse communities. The following research lays out various aspects of cultural competence accountability. Using the framework of Romzek and Dubnick (1987) cultural competency is explored through four systems of accountability. These systems: bureaucratic, legal, professional and political, allow for different perspectives to view organizations and areas for which they can systematically review their cultural competence practices.
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