The Relationship Between Law Enforcement And Citizens And The Common Factors Associated

1903 WordsMay 4, 20168 Pages
“In our daily life, we encounter people who are angry, deceitful, intent only on satisfying their own needs. There is so much anger, distrust, greed, and pettiness that we are losing our capacity to work well together” a quote phrased by Margaret J. Wheatley. (Margaret J. Wheatley. Brainyquote.com.Website). For some this particular quote sums up their first encounter with law enforcement. This present research examined the characteristics and results of encounters between law enforcement and citizens and the common factors associated. The study acknowledges 11 questions pertaining; personal encounters, perspective of police officers, were you advised on how to act, and would you join law enforcement. One may believe they can predict the results of this; however surprisingly the results came back slightly different. I found supporting evidence to less women liking police officer than men, which is shocking considering that males have more encounters with the police. Furthermore my findings shows that both male and females and advised on how to interact with the police in the south more than any other region. The following data have given me the proper research needed to make a policy to ensure satisfying results when encountering a police officer using the intergroup perceptions. Problem Statement (problem to be solve) The study examines the frequency with which the persons that were surveyed have had a negative or positive encounter with law enforcement. The leading issue
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