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Hirofumi Ichise: A Japanese Thinker Police Leader

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This chapter examines the contributions of Hirofumi Ichise, a senior police leader from Japan who brought many new changes and reforms to the police organization. In order to assess his contributions and to understand how he is considered a “thinker police leader,” a short description of the police system in Japan is given below. Additionally, many of the challenges confronting the Japanese society are also illustrated in order to suggest to the reader the challenges confronting the police department. Together, these provide the foundations to examine and analyze the role played by Hirofumi in ushering reforms into the police organization.

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Yoshida, N. (2023). Hirofumi Ichise: A Japanese Thinker Police Leader. In: Verma, A., Das, D.K. (eds) Police Leaders as Thinkers. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-19700-0_10

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