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Imagine you are a police officer for the Evansville Police Department. You have 20 minutes left in you shift and you have plans with friends after work. You hear one of your coworkers being sent to a motor vehicle accident that just occurred close to your location. The coworker sent to the accident is a veteran officer who has a reputation to be lazy. You know you'll work an hour past your shift if you work the accident report. What do you do, and why?
It would be a real misfortune if the department did have an officer that was lazy because his work ethic would directly hinder the safety of the public. I understand that my fundamental duty is to serve mankind and safeguard lives. So, if I was put into that situation I wouldn't even take into account the paperwork that might be ahead of me because I'm running code 3 making sure safety is preserved the best way that I can. I also know that I wouldn't make plans directly after my shift ends because I'm know that there's a pretty good chance that I might have to work overtime. I knew that the moment my pen hit my employment application. Also, I assume the veteran officer probably has done a lot of accident reports. If I am new to the department and departmental policies and procedures, I could probably use a little practice with the accident reports.