Chapter 6 describes the policing issues and challenges that law enforcement agencies must face. Society sees police officers with typical traits of police personalities. Examples of traits would be cynical and authoritative. Usually, police officers are often questioned because of corruption and integrity. For instance, two common corruptions are occupational deviance and abuse of authority.
In my class of Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, I have gotten many weaknesses and strengths, but only a few are worth telling. I will first be starting off with two of my weaknesses. The first weakness I have in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is decision making. I believe this is one of my weaknesses in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps because I sometimes have a hard time choosing what I want to do. Whenever it is my choice to make a decision, I look at the pros in that one situation
Good Afternoon Master Sergeant, Thank you for responding to my inquiry. I was formerly in the Marine Corps, got out, and realized that I missed the service. I have two semesters left at U.N.T. and would like to know more about officer candidacy when I finish. Specifically I am interested in an intelligence M.O.S. and would welcome an opportunity to visit with you. If you have an opening after 4:30 pm sometime between Oct. 18th and Oct. 21st we could schedule an in person meeting, or by phone, anytime after 4:00 pm.
One or more custody officers can be appointed for each designated police station. They can be appointed by the chief officer of police for that area in which the designated police station is situated. It is the custody officer job to determine whether there is sufficient evidence so that he can charge the arrested person with an offence. The custody officer may not be willing to release the arrested person if he believes that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the detention of the arrested person is absolutely necessary. The custody officer also has the power to arrange for the detainee to be searched and certain items can be seized.
I have 3 years and 4 month as a Correctional Sergeant. In that time my experiences as a correctional sergeant has been both as an area supervisor for adult and youth offender programs section, a shift supervisor, back to programs section and then latest assignment segregation supervisor. July 2012 until January 2013 I was assigned to the Program section at High Desert State Prison which included Prison Industries, Mental Health unit, Youth Offender program and Youth Offender Education during the hours of 0500 to 1300. At this position I responsible for completion of the annual evaluations or appraisals of staff, work performance card entries, on-going training of Correctional Officer Trainees, Correctional Officers and Senior Correctional Officers.
What They Do Police Officers on a daily bases typically do the following enforce the law, respond to emergence and nonemergency calls, Patrol assigned areas, conduct traffic stops and issue citations, Search for vehicle records and warrants using computers in the field, collect and secure evidence from crime scenes, observe the activity of suspects, written details reports and fill out forms, prepare cases and testify in court. They do all these on daily days because. They make sure everyone is following the law and everyone is doing the jobs right. Some police officer also, detectives witch they can get into more of a harder type of job. Some officers have harder jobs than others.
Social Injustice Social injustice and economic inequality were very common during the 1960’s. In the short story “The Lesson” by Toni Cade Bambara, it shows these differences between neighborhoods. Bambara does a splendid job by giving the reader explicit details to show the injustices during the 1960’s. “The Lesson is told from a first-person narrative from a girl named Silvia, who lives in Harlem, New York. Silvia describes a typical day as one where she is spending time in the park or at the pool, however, in each of these cases, she describes them as being filled with alcoholics living throughout the neighborhood.
Responsibilities of a Probation Officer Name: Institution Affiliation Responsibilities of a Probation Officer Explain the responsibilities of a probation officer? The probation officers have a wide array of responsibilities that entail: a. Continually evaluating and gathering the backgrounds of the offender, the history of the offense and present behavior to evaluate the re-offending risk. The Probation officers then determine the focus and the intervention level to be able to assess the dynamic risk factor to provide reports in courts and make decisions b. The probation office compiles various reports to help the court in the process of sentencing through evaluating the offender need/risk and community supervision
In the society we currently reside in, the media is plagued with police brutality, hate crime, “eff the police” banners and riots. In my time working close with these officers, I have come to realize that much of this media attention and rumors are exactly that, rumors and attempts to get more views and stir up issues. I can’t say this job path wasn’t interesting. The history of corrections is dark and savage, and our methods have changed greatly from the past, however, we do not forget the past, for it is important in the growth of our future.
Michael Small Kaplan University Police Operations December 27, 2016 Charmaine London Unit 3 Assignment Becoming a law enforcement officer includes much more than finishing an application and meeting. Offices run their candidates through a far-reaching arrangement of tests and exams, each intended to contract the field of candidates to progress just the individuals who are generally qualified. To accomplish this task the offices should be very much staffed with qualified and capable work force who will upset and check any criminal action and help the overall public in the most ideal way imaginable. The organizations have in this manner built up conceivable criteria on which the choice and enrollment of the potential law requirement officers