Police officer

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  • Police Officer : Mental Fortitude And Resilience Of Police Officers

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    An police officer have many duties to do.They have to responded 911 calls, investigate breaks in ,making arrest, direct traffic, and give first aid to victims in need. Most of the time, they are generally the first to respond to any emergency. Also, they are commissioned to keep citizens safe 24 hours a day and seven days a week. They not only have to protect the citizens, but they also have to protect themselves because being a police officer is very risky. Also officers incur a higher rate of

  • Military Police Officer : A Career As A Military Police Officer

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    The job of a military police officer, otherwise known as an MP, can be demanding and at times dangerous. The role of an MP is an essential part in completing the military’s mission, which is to defend freedom and democracy and free others from oppression. Military policemen go through extensive training to prepare them for the rigors of military duty. This training also prepares them for a follow-on career in law enforcement once their career in the military is complete. There are many benefits and

  • The Police Officer Bill Of Rights

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    administrators develop safeguards to ensure that internal investigations are conducted fairly and ethically, demonstrating the best interest of both the officer and its employers. This paper discusses the Police Officer Bill of Rights created by a subcommittee created by the Legislative Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the importance of it being implemented and standardized across the United States. The Amendments found in the United States

  • Description Of A Police Officer

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    Introduction I always knew that I wanted to become a police officer, so I decided to interview a Police Captain. I interviewed Police Captain John Carpenter of Riverside Police Department. I found him through Riverside Police Department after looking around at the organizational chart I found online and looking at the titles that were on the chart. The Police Captain is one rank above a Lieutenant, but one below a Deputy Chief. A Police Captain is in charge of a certain precinct, and normally has

  • Dangers Of Being A Police Officer

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    career in law enforcement there is a lot to consider. The job can be stressful and come with a lot of dangerous situation. Being a police officer can be a very rewarding job and can make you have a sense of purpose. Police officers can be put into dangerous situation very quickly, so they have to be able to think quickly on their feet. One may become a police officer for the sense of reward, but it comes with a lot of stress and dangers. Policeman can have a stressful job and sometimes it gets in

  • Hiring Police Officers Essay

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    Hiring Police Officers Hiring police officers to perform private security work has positive aspects and potential pitfalls. Business owners vary in their opinion on hiring police officers. Liability and cost are reasons some prefer to hire private security guards or take other security measures. Other business owners prefer the training, professionalism, deterrence, and authority that come with hiring a police officer. Due to lawsuits involving off-duty police officers, the Courts have had to

  • The Media Of Police Officers

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    our portrayal of police officers has been shaped by media. The media creates shows such as Rookie Blue which shows police officers and their day to day lives. These shows are heavily fantasied. Media portrays the life of an officer as dangerous and fast. Most of the public views an officers job as chasing the bad guy and solving crimes, but in reality it is far more than that. These mythical portrayals of officers create false images of police officers. Majority of police officers do not spend their

  • Police Officers And The Police Force

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    traffic police, and how so? This essay will discuss this question, and argue for or against whether or not traffic police should broaden their roles within the police force. While there are limited references to refer to on aspects of policing and traffic policing, this essay will discuss the different roles and functions related to police officers in general, followed by what the roles and functions of traffic police are. Following this, the essay will continue to discuss traffic officers in regards

  • Duties Of A Police Officer

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    of a police officer are to protect the people around them and their property. They also patrol areas they are assigned, make arrests , respond to 911 calls, also known as emergency situations, testify in court situations, directing traffic, and most recently dealing with riots. As a police officer you leave your family to protect others but in more recent situations they have been taking away loved ones who do not deserve for their lives to be taken so shortly. It seems as if every day police officers

  • Police Officers As Beacon For Justice

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    the media portrayed police officers as beacon for justice. Based on personal experiences, until about the 1990’s every little boy growing up wanted to be the good guy. However in today’s new popular culture, young boys are no longer arguing over who gets to be the good guy. The villain is now seen as a viable option. The difference in views comes from the mass media; police officers are now being represented in a more negative characteristic. Some police portrayals show the police as being just as corrupted