The narrative study explores and describes the use of storytelling, within a museum to teach individual rights, and how it can help new police recruits gain an understanding of human rights. It is not understood the efficacy of storytelling techniques used in museums ("Policing in a More Perfect Union" training) program positively impacts police recruits ' knowledge and assumptions about human rights. The purpose of this narrative study is to discover the opinions and perceptions of new recruits to the Philadelphia police department regarding the use of storytelling in teaching concepts of justice and fairness in American history. The questions for the narrative study enable us to build an understanding of how the training has changed the recruits
It’s time to #TakeAKnee “We never get rid of hate by meeting hate with hate; we get rid of an enemy, by getting rid of enmity. By its very nature hate destroys and tears down.” Dr. Martin Luther King stated that the purpose of non-violent protest was not to get revenge but to change the heart of the enemy. Over the past couple of years America has begun to acknowledge police brutality as a serious problem. While state-sanctioned violence towards individuals of varying races of color is not new, the documentation through dash-cams and civilian cellphone footage has brought the brutality to light.
3. Ethics & Values a. Ethics and Professionalism Introduction The challenges of living in today’s society seem greater than ever before. We are bombarded with information through the media, exposed to customer dissatisfaction that we want but cannot achieve, expected to change our attitudes to a wide range of events, be supportive friends, be active and healthy and also good students and continue to please our older relatives by demonstrating that we still adhere to the traditional values of our society. At work, as police officers, your lives will be very challenging.
To what extent have police forces developed throughout the Twentieth century? Many changes have occured to police forces throughout the twentieth century. Rapid technology developments have effected the way the police work, providing them with new and increasingly more complex equipment. Wheres the nineteenth century police officer had neither a radio or a walkie-talkie, reling heavily on a whistle to alert collegues to the scene of a crime; two-way radios had been introduced in the 1920s.
Militarization of police is an important modern concern within the criminal justice discipline. Many argue that the formation of special units within the police department has greatly aided in this militarization of police. These special units, including the Bomb Squad and SWAT Team, may contribute to the increased police force across the United States. Proponents of the militarization believe that police should use what they find suitable to protect the community and themselves from danger. However, opponents maintain that the cost to supply units with equipment is extremely high and that by arming police with military weapons breaks police-community relations.
Culture diversity in police is important , in my opinion, as Australia is cultural diverse country. cultural diversity in police would provide people from many different backgrounds with the equal work opportunity to be part Victoria police. It also offers a chance for police members to communicate with wider communities. However, more important than cultural diversity in Victoria police is to have high standard of education and training to tackle diverse problems. Culture diversity in Victoria police provides people with equal work opportunity to be a member of Victoria police, and to not left out just because a person has different cultural background.
One of the biggest concerns in law enforcement is maintaining professional conduct with ethics and integrity. When individuals become a part of law enforcement, ethics, integrity, and professionalism is presented in the academy. Whether that be the police academy or the probation department academy or any other department, these standards are highly embedded in the department and are expected to be enforced. Complying with these standards allows a safe environment for employees, personnel, and the community. Unfortunately, these standards are not always enforced by all government employees which then exposes departments to appear inadequate.
Few jobs do you have to worry if you're going to make it back home to see your family one more time before you go back out again the next morning. Law enforcement officer is one of those careers. It takes courage, honor, hard work, and dedication to become one of these men and women in uniform. In order to become a police officer, I need to improve my PSAT score and improve the habits from self-help book 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey.
When we want to talk about connection between Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and police activity, it is necessary to mention the year 1792 because we consider that time as an existence of police absolutist state. In the dictionary a definition of a police state and absolutism, is: police state is “a country that maintains repressive control over the people by means of police (especially secret police)” and the absolutism “is a principle or practice of a political system in which unrestricted power is vested in a monarch, dictator, etc.” In 1792 Francis II started to rule - the last Holy Roman Emperor who in 1804 became Francis I - the first Emperor of Austria.
I have this fear, wondering how the day would unfold as I took an assignment that could potentially change my life. As I have endured many changes in my life up to this point. As of nine months ago, I returned home from active duty military. Having little or no experience, I have entered a realm of a career that I do not know what is in store for me. I am a brand new police officer, just graduated the police academy on December 17, 2010.