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    in this line of work. I work four 10 hour shifts a week, so four days out of the week I am doing some type of writing. There are several different types of writing in law enforcement: report writing is a big one, writing a search warrant, writing an arrest report, the list could go on and on. Report writing in Law Enforcement is probably the most obvious type of writing. Every shift, in my city at least, there is always a civilian needing a report. These reports range from theft reports,…

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    Bribery In Law Enforcement

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    often a debatable question as to why some people go into careers in law enforcement. Is it because they want to protect and enforce laws in their community, or is it so they can reap all the benefits that come with the job? One would hope that it is for the right reasons other than gaining power over others just because of what the job entitles you to do. Being an enforcer of the law entails one to have morals and respect for the law. If people in a local community offers discounted meals, free…

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    Today our law enforcement is perceived as racists, pigs, and greedy. As a cop walking around trying to do your job to protect people, how would you react knowing this is what people who you protect think of you? Would it be difficult to do your job? There is over 1.1 million police officers who have sworn in, in 2008 according to www.bjs.gov. That means there are over 1.1 million of police officers in the United States who protect and serve us. In this paper you will learn how the public…

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    Law enforcement use: Currently, law enforcement has the power to use a great amount of discretion when dealing with incentivized criminal informants. In the majority of cases involving law enforcement discretion it is for example an individual being caught selling a small amount of drugs but law enforcement offers to let them go without any charges if they give up the name and location of the bigger dealer. The idea behind this is understandable, but it leads to wrongful convictions. The…

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    A law enforcement officer is held to a higher standard than those they serve. Not because they are better but because they wear a badge and a uniform that represents honor, integrity, and service to the people they have sworn to protect. They are not only a representation of themselves but also of the police department they are employed by. It is vital that all law enforcement officers demonstrate professionalism, proper ethics, and integrity at all times. To ensure that police departments…

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    Trujillo-Pagán February 4, 2016 Morals, Ethics and Violence in Law Enforcement Law enforcement is a small subject of the many categories that fall under criminal justice. Law Enforcement is the “prevention, detection, and investigation of crime and the apprehension and detention of individuals suspected of law violation” (Law Enforcement). This means that jobs like police officers, parole officers, judges, US Marshals, and even attorneys are law enforcement. Although there are different…

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    Ethics Inside Law Enforcement Agencies There has been conflict with agencies and communities when it comes to ethics of their officers. Utilitarianism and deontology have shown to impact the law enforcement tremendously. When it comes to the decision-making process, Conway and Gawronski have conducted several studies to determine inclinations of morals in human beings (Conway & Gawronski, 2013). Psychology is an important part of the ethics thinking of individuals. Not everyone is made to think…

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    focus of police officers and departments were totally different than that of today’s enforcement. Police are better educated, trained, and equipped to deal with today’s society. Crime Control As we focusing on crime control first, it is less protective of individual rights. Crime control is in favor of the idea that individual rights must be put aside for the purpose of maintaining public safety. For law enforcement, it is based on the assumption of absolute reliability of police fact-finding…

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    It is my great honor and pleasure to welcome you to the Copeland Insurance Group Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner. My years of experience as a prosecutor, felony judge, and Chief Justice, left me with magnified gratitude and respect for our officers who put their lives on the line every day for our peace and security. So to all of our officers in the audience tonight, thank you from the bottom of my heart. For all of us, thank you to the officers in attendance tonight for their…

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    Law enforcement also has the duty to stop illegal behavior. There have been several instances in across the U.S. where the police fail to punish minors for drinking under the age. When the police show up at a party where teens are getting drunk they have been known to respond to the situation by taking the alcohol and making their parents pick them up. Nothing goes on the person who provides the alcohol or the minor’s record; both groups are simply given a warning. The drinking law is a commonly…

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