La supervisión del superior jeráquico en la Policía Mexicana

Autores

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31060/rbsp.2022.v16.n2.1314

Palavras-chave:

Supervisión, Superior jerárquico, Mando, Mala conducta, Cargo, Incertidumbre

Resumo

Este artículo analiza las posibilidades que tiene el superior jerárquico policial de supervisar y sancionar la mala conducta de sus subordinados a cargo. Se argumenta que la existencia de un entorno de constante cambios de titulares de la cadena de mando favorece tanto la toma de la institución policial por actores legales e ilegales, como la emergencia de un estado de incertidumbre sobre cómo quedará conformada la cadena de mando en cada cambio de jefe policial, lo que favorece en los superiores jerárquicos actitudes y disposiciones de tolerancia hacia la mala conducta de sus subordinados. 

Biografia do Autor

Mauricio López Alvarado, Universidad de Guadalajara

Mauricio López Alvarado es Profesor Investigador del Departamento de Estudios Sociourbanos de la Universidad de Guadalajara. Maestro por el Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social (CIESAS) y Doctor en Ciencias Sociales por la Universidad de Utrecht (Holanda). Ha impartido cursos de Teoría Social, Teoría Política, Ciencia Política, Indigenismo, Democracia, Cultura política y Métodos de investigación. En los últimos años ha llevado a cabo investigaciones relacionadas con temas de Seguridad Pública, Policías, Derechos humanos, Participación ciudadana y Transición democrática.

José Julio Arizaga Rodarte, Policía Municipal de Guadalajara

José Julio Arizaga Rodarte es egresado de la carrera de Historia de la Universidad de Guadalajara y policía municipal de Guadalajara desde 2002. Es autor del libro "Así es como éramos. 140 años de historia de la Policía Municipal de Guadalajara, 1874-2014" y ha participado en varios eventos académicos sobre la historia de la policía de Guadalajara.

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Publicado

2022-03-23

Como Citar

López Alvarado, M., & Arizaga Rodarte, J. J. (2022). La supervisión del superior jeráquico en la Policía Mexicana. Revista Brasileira De Segurança Pública, 16(2), 70–89. https://doi.org/10.31060/rbsp.2022.v16.n2.1314