Detective King is both very task-oriented and self-motivated. He conducts thorough field and follow-up investigations involving activities that have well-defined expectations and can also "think outside the box" when necessary.
Throughout history laws and regulations have formed for society to abide by to avoid a world full of absolute chaos. Ultimately leading to the creation of police officers who would enforce these laws and regulations. However, this is one of the world’s most dangerous and stressful professions. Mainly because police officers are expected to put their lives on the line every single day to protect and serve society. Even though this is the case, becoming a police officer has always been a goal of mine. Edward Conlon book called, “Blue Blood” provides amazing insight on what it’s like to be a police officer. This is because Edward Conlon was previously a police officer and based this book around his personal experiences while he was on the job. Since this book is based around first-hand experience and written as they were happening it made me enjoy the book even more. Mainly because these events weren 't over exaggerated. However, since the book is based around stories within stories, I sometimes found it difficult to follow. This book presented many examples of issues that the police face daily and showed that sometimes these issues aren’t easy to handle. Three specific issues that Edward Conlon faced as a police officer that relates to my issues in policing class is dealing with the mentally ill, using discretion, and police training.
The first responder on Crime scene is very important and very hard to gain control in aspects of patrol work. Crime scenes can be complex they are different sizes from one small room to a couple hundreds of acres. Anything found at a crime scene can possibly be evidence. A crime scene is the location where a crime happed. You cannot forget that a crime can be mobile and a perpetrator can move a body and make the crime scene move farther than its original starting place. (Fisher, 2012)
Emergency responders, the police, and military rely heavily on practicing in high-stress emergency situations to train their officers. The goal is to get people accustomed to performing their best when it counts the most, practice can make it perfect. Police practice situation that are likely to face them in real conformational situations, the more intense the situation the likelihood of perfection will surface when it
Today, there is a variety of ways law enforcement can respond to an emergency. Some are more efficient whereas others may be a last option. For example, a few ways are: Foot patrol, Bicycle patrol, Motorcycle/ Automobile patrol, and Helicopter patrol. I will be discussing the functions of each, the differences in how they respond to calls, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
On June 7, 2016, officer T.Cramblett #1191 was working cruiser 9182D, Zone 1 DMW, wearing the uniform of the day. Around 11:38 A.M radio aired that a robbery had just occurred at 1910 S. Hulmac Ct. Apt D, and that the suspect was a male black wearing a black shirt, jeans and having a goatee. The victim stated that the male had fled westbound from her apartment towards the 3C market located on Tamarack Blvd. The victim also stated the male was accompanied by a white female. Officer Cramblett was on Tamarack Blvd. when the information was aired and started to circulate the area. Officer Cramblett pulled out of the 3C market and turned northbound onto Tamarck Blvd. where he observed Mr. Warner Cutler and a female white walking southbound
Officer Ketelsleger has a calm demouer which helps him when speaking with citizens and suspects. He remains calm and objective even when subjects are upset and emotional.
Based on tips from witnesses, officers located the suspect, Derrick Bernard Cunningham, hiding in a nearby field with his 12-year-old daughter. Cunningham was taken into custody without incident. A search warrant was executed on Cunningham’s residence, which is in the same complex as the incident. During the search, officers recovered weapons, clothing, and items
The Police supervisor ought to acknowledge an accommodating perspective and be prepared to listen to grievances; then once he has most of the truths and has pondered the consequences of his call, concise helpful move ought to be made. The need or issue ought to be settled as quick and sensibly as achievable. On the off chance that the answer isn't emphatically gotten, the chief ought to study his methodologies to envision in case he same or did something that one-sided the chaps against him. Each one call ought to offer a lesson from that one thing honorable is academic. It gives-the boss and chance to survey character, perspective, dependability, validity, sensibility, and predispositions, and the best approach to handle his men inside what's
Police psychologists’ posses many roles within the police department such as selecting candidates for law enforcement, fitness –for-duty evaluations, and making referrals to treatment programs. Police psychologists’ also provide support during crisis situations (e.g. police suicide, crisis and hostage negotiations (Bartol & Bartol, 2012). This paper will review the police psychologists’ roles in interviewing suspects and fit-for-duty evaluations.
Over the years the US has seen an increase in crime. These crimes vary in severity of impact to not only the US but states, local communities, families, and individuals. At times many of these crimes require police involvement and interventions that at times create hostile and dangerous situations for both emergency personnel, innocent bystanders, and the victim themselves. It is not uncommon to hear of responding officers to emergency situations to engage in high speed chases. This has become a more frequent and yet dangerous occurrence that has provided additional emergency concerns and in some instances fatalities. Although it is important to ensure that laws are being followed and criminal activity is deterred it is also important for
Many things go into making a decision for a police officer on a daily basis. Assessing a threat is an activity that any police officer must do in order to better stay safe within the community and to live long enough to see retirement. There are obvious and easy to pick out things which give red flags to an officer such as weapons, disregard for the safety of yourself or others, and clear intent to harm the officer. Other, less obvious factors, also must come into play. The factor which we are going to look at in this paper is age.
Police workers experience various tasks, interpersonal and physical demands during police operations that the majority of ordinary people never come across at their work or in their families. These requirements and stressors negatively influence a physical and psychological condition that may lead to more serious physical or mental damage or interruption role and physical demands for policemen can develop a condition of constant overload called hyper stress. Typically, the number of queries concerns and emergency calls exceeds the time assigned to a particular police worker. Therefore, not only is the quality of the time given to each separate case and that’s why each case at risk, the mental and physical condition of the police worker is in jeopardy. Regarding investigators, they experience heavy caseloads for which they are expected to follow prescribed case management criteria.
This essay will provide information about an encounter my relative had with the police while driving from work to home on one Saturday morning. Due to confidentiality reason, his name has been removed from this essay. In this essay, I will address to him as Mr A.
“Research on police officers and the duties associated with being a law enforcement officer has demonstrated that high levels of stress, continually subjected to dangerous working conditions, and behavioral changes occur as a result of this occupation (Ellison & Genz, 1983 pg.60).”