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    Introduction Law enforcement is an aspect of every society that started many centuries ago since it was a requirement for a society to have people and agencies that will ensure that people obey the laws. This was also the case in the United States of America whereby law enforcement in the early history of the United States was simply developed using the Common Law System that was used in the Ancient England. This was a system that primarily relied on its citizens to work as volunteers as well…

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    a wide spread problem in law enforcement that has occurred throughout history and disappointingly enough, still occurs today. Can police corruption be stopped? In the article, Police Ethics: Organizational Implications, authored by Terrance A. Johnson and Raymond W. Cox III, dated 2004, they asked two questions about police corruption. First, are police ethics held to the same standard as other public-sector employees? And second, is there a problem in law enforcement that needs attention?…

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    the public. The law enforcement personnel tasks require maintaining peace, protecting life and property, crime and terrorist activity prevention, detecting and apprehending law violators, and law enforcement. Law enforcement officer’s role concept bases presumed behavioral types compounded with expectations and impressions that have an end result. There are eight influences in law enforcement such as democracy, occupational culture, ethics, training and socialization, technology, laws, and…

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    Risk Characteristics A high number of victims that encounter law enforcement agencies are from devious backgrounds. Law Enforcement most understand and have very clear that dealing with a kid in any situation is a risk factor when it comes to human trafficking, this also goes to female adults already trapped in commercial sex, voluntarily or not. Much attention should be given to those females that are reported missing as discovered in a Central Florida County Sherriff’s Office recently. A…

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    The ethics of the law enforcement community dictates a portion of the social scene in the community of which it serves. The officer’s efforts and attitudes can make a community feel safe and secure or terrified on multiple levels. All law enforcement must have a strong moral leader. With an educated and moral leader, all of that person’s staff will mimic their commanding officer. There are many ways and options that need to be factored into what makes a good and honest commanding officer. This…

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    Hello, I’m Levi Musson. I am currently a junior studying law and society with a minor in forensics as well as OLS. I decided that I wanted to go into the field of law and society because I wanted to go into law enforcement. When I think about law enforcement I feel that there are a lot of rewards that can come from working in this field. I feel that I will be able to make a positive impact on some of the youth and hopefully steer them in the right direction as they grow to adulthood. I have a…

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    One of the examples of ethical guidelines that implemented for the Law Enforcement Officer in my state is Ethics Training. They undergo in the Ethics Training to be informed regarding the right and appropriate values that they need to increase awareness about possible political issues. Moreover, it tends to provide a tough decision in addressing the issues that will arise. The Law Enforcement plays a vital role for the Police Officers. They should be understood what it truly means. The Police…

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    Introduction Any law is a standard determined by the governing power for the benefit and good operations of its society. Any abuse of that law is bound to create social unrest and resistance, exactly the opposite of the effect that the law is intended to achieve. Hence, maintaining confidence in the exercise of a law as part of law enforcement in an increasingly blurred environment between law enforcement, security and intelligence relies on appropriate controls. The exercise of any intrusive…

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    Working in law enforcement can be dangerous for people in Pennsylvania, and throughout the U.S. All too often, officers and agents suffer work-related injuries, or are killed in the line of duty. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that police and sheriff’s department officers sustained more than 27,000 occupational injuries in 2014 alone. While many of the dangers they face come with the job, a recent study found that law enforcement officers’ shifts may also contribute to their…

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    I believe we have all seen major changes within law enforcement over the past several years. However, one area that I haven’t seen much change in is the reasons people join the law enforcement profession. I would guess that over 90% of law enforcement officers would say they entered into the profession to help people; I know that was my reason. Unfortunately, over the past few years, law enforcement officers have become an early and often target of negativity. There have been several high…

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