The Influence of Transactional Leadership of Police Commissioned Officers and Quality of Work Life on Organizational Commitment among Police Non-Commissioned Officers

Authors : Gretchen Mae A. Membredo

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 5 - May

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The aim of the study is to determine the influence of transactional leadership and quality of work life on organizational commitment among police non-commissioned officers. This study used quantitative research design utilizing descriptive-correlational technique. Adapted survey questionnaires were administered randomly to 260 non-commissioned police officers of Cotabato City Police Office, Police Regional Office, Bangsamoro Autonomous Region, Philippines. Findings show very high levels of transactional leadership, quality of work life, and organizational commitment. It also revealed that there were significant relationships between transactional leadership and organizational commitment and between quality of work life and organizational commitment. However, only quality of work life significantly influenced organizational commitment. With this result, it is recommended that Cotabato City Police Office, PRO BAR, may sustain a very high level of organizational commitment in achieving the goals of the PNP by enhancing transactional leadership practices in terms of laissez faire leadership among commissioned police officers and quality of work life specifically on relation and cooperation among non-commissioned officers by initiating trainings and other intervention schemes.

Keywords : criminal justice, transactional leadership, quality of work life, organizational commitment, commissioned and non-commissioned police officers, Bangsamoro Autonomous Region, Philippines.


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