The Stress That Each Police Officer Is Enduring While On Duty And How It Affects Their Personal Life

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Chapter 11 and focusing on the stress that each police officer is enduring while on duty and how it affects their personal life during and after their police career. There are multiple different tables and figures in Chapter 11. The first Figure is listed on page 380, talks about quid pro quo harassment. That usually occurs in a workplace and involved sexual act. When one individual is forced to engage into sexual contact in fear of losing their job or other consequences. Figure 11.2 on page 381 discusses hostile work environment. Hostile environment can be created by multiple different behavior like sexual advances, unwelcome attitude, and harassment. Often in a hostile situation, employees feel offended and most events continue to reoccur on daily basis. Figure 11.3 explains that Attorney General Reno has made hostile situations in workplace illegal and anyone who is subject to hostile situation at work, should report it. Figure 11.4 showed a response letter from Governor Carlie Chris to a community in Miami. The community felt that the police officers who lives in their community and parked his vehicle in the driveway, doesn’t comply with their homeowner association which states that none of the owner’s commercial vehicles should be parks in the driveway. However governor explained the community that the police officer cars are not commercial vehicles. Figure 11.5 and figure 11.6 stating that police officers have rights for their information, like pictures, address,

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