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    principle of police officers using their discretion. When a police officer uses his or her discretion it allows them to make a decision that is fair and humane, which in turn can improve the way people view the police. If the police were to follow the laws to latter, they would be perceived to be unfair to society and hence rejected (Rivera, 2006). This shows a major strength in the use of discretion by police officers mostly because it helps to build the moral of the officer and also…

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    effective; not only is it important when communicating amongst each other, but also when communicating with criminals, witnesses, suspects, victims, attorneys, and the public. A lot of law enforcement officers communication skills has to do with reporting, It is important that law enforcement officers have the ability to read, write, and understand what is written, as well as orally convey and collect information. An example of informal channels of communication is when a police department has…

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    the Miami River. The two bodies belonging to drug dealers and one to a Columbian officer. They weren’t shot nor beaten. They were just floating as if they drowned and that cause a suspicion to rise. What could have happened to them? This caused both the city and the nation into shocked. It started a lengthy investigation because they had found the bodies dumb in the river behind the Jone boat Yard. When the officer bought out the bodies from the river they had discover all three men had between…

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    overall conditions of the police officers. Officers lack in pay, resources, infrastructure, population and morale amongst other things. The delegation of Peru believes that by increasing the pay of police officers not only will the general morale be uplifted, but, more people might seek interesting in becoming officers themselves. Actions can also be taken to create more extensive training for future officers and to make it so that the position as a police officer is one to be held exclusively,…

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    The way the police officers act is how they are trained, so in that case it starts from the very beginning, from what they actually tell them, and not what they say they teach them in books and articles. For example, there's a book that's called " Police: emergency workers", and it goes into detail what , and how law enforcement is suppose to act around the world, and what they can do to make it a better, safer place for everyone in their care, or even themselves. In all cop cars they all have…

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    Campus Police Officers

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    The recent phenomena in regards to police actions and duty is getting out of hand. Authorities are not performing their job as required. To be precise, police officers continue to abuse their given authority by acting in a brutal manner in order to control detained suspects. Many people have been victimized because of campus police and other high authorities’ senseless attitudes on how to handle the law. What citizens have to realize is that racial profiling does happen to innocent people who…

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    Arthur Train, author of The Prisoner At The Bar, wrote about how the police court whom is the first step to justice. In 1905 the magistrates were the one that held rulings on misdemeanors and petty crimes, whether there rulings were justified or not could be held up to question. Someone who breaks the laws and before being convicted is considered a criminal; after he has been sentenced he is considered a convict; but during the proceedings he is considered to be a “prisoner at the bar”. When…

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    information that they gathered and for the progress they made on the case. Social stigma Social stigma will depend on the relationship between countries. Different ethnicities can have an impact on the public opinion of strangers. Police officers are always susceptible to the public's opinion, so they may demonstrate the same type of prejudice and unfair attitude toward people of different backgrounds. A lot of this happened after…

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    If you were recently pulled over and issued a ticket, or found one on your windshield, it is important to understand what type of ticket you were issued so that you know how to approach and deal with the ticket. Here are the three primary types of traffic tickets given out in the United States. City Ordinance Violation These types of tickets do not show up on your driving record and will not impact your insurance rates. These type of tickets are issued through the city. These types of tickets…

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    feel comfortable in their communities. The purpose of discretion just in case an unclear law, nuisance behavior, ambiguity in states statues, moral standards, or an outdated law can cause an officer to have an alternate answer to a problem. An example is a police officer sees a speeding motorist. The officer has the right to pull over the vehicle and issue a ticket, but what if the person in the car…

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