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  • Correctional Officer And Probation Officer

    The application process of working as a Police Officer, Correctional Officer and Probation Officer are different due to the fact that each plays an important role in the criminal justice branch. I will be discussing each of the positions and the hiring process of Los Angeles, and Riverside in California. The hiring process for a Police Officer in City Los Angeles as listed on the LAPD website is as follows: The youngest age, you can be to receive an interview is 20 1/2 years old. The applicant needs to have a high school diploma or a G.E.D, they must also have a two or four year college degree. The candidate needs to be a United States citizen. If the candidate is not a citizen, they must apply for citizenship in this country. Throughout…

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  • Police Officer: A Short Story

    I was in shock, total and complete shock. 30 minutes ago, my biggest concern was whether I need to buy milk for the Oreos i had at home, and now I 'm being arrested and charged with three felonies. But the universe was looking out for me. As they are waiting for the paddy wagon, their supervisor pulls up and orders them to let me go. All three officers immediately take offense with her order, and they start listing all the charges they are going to press and how I pretty much deserve to go to…

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  • Police Officers

    Officers In the United States of America “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you. Do you understand the rights I have just read to you? With these rights in mind, do you wish to speak to me?” If you aren’t careful your Miranda Rights will be read to you in a manner in which you will be subjected to an arrest. Americans violate laws…

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  • Night Officer Archibald: A Short Story

    Tonight I rode with Officer Archibald and it was a little different than usual because they made this rule that the night officers had to stay on the campus they were assigned instead of floating between all of them. So we were on Busch and Livingston most of the night and it was funny because Officer Archibald was telling me how he just got back onto nights and was on day for a year. It was funny because I was going to do a day shift that Tuesday. So, I asked him what I should expect from the…

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  • Public Relations Officer: A Case Study

    As our Public Relations officer, Angie Chacko, was involved in every aspect of our chapter including the Honors in Action topic. She was not involved in the research process of the project, but she did help deliver the information to our members and people outside of the chapter. When our chapter set our four step action plan to raise awareness of our HIA topic, Angie took the initiative to spread the word. Even before our brochures containing our research were made, Angie kept a communication…

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  • Noncommissioned Officer Observation

    mission at hand. As an officer, the relation I hold with my noncommissioned officer counterpart will influence the successfulness of our training and operations. First impressions are of the utmost importance, and that first counseling session will set the stage between myself and my platoon sergeant as our first potential formal sit-down. Understanding the importance of the relationship between a platoon leader and their platoon sergeant, I have reservations about my ability to conduct an…

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  • Hesitation In Police Officer

    The dictionary meaning of Hesitation is “a delay due to uncertainty of mind or fear.” Hesitation and police officers are directly related. In this line of work hesitation could mean life or death. Some people are arguing about should the officers hesitate or should not hesitate. The police officers can save innocent life if he/she hesitate. On the other hand, the police officers may loses his/her own life. The police officers should hesitate on both situations. Situation can be good or bad. When…

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  • Police Officer Effects

    The image of a police officer is shown to be very strong morally and mentally but in reality, policing actually has significant effects on the officer’s personal life. Effects on police officers have not been focused on until recently with all the studies, but all of these effects have later described have been involved and have been a part of daily stresses since the beginning of policing. The work life of a police officer effects officers like having to deal with stressful situations, effects…

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  • Becoming A Police Officer

    fascinated with becoming a police officer. Doing justice the right way and making sure that people obey government laws the right way is the kind of job I would like to pursue. This job is becoming a police officer. In this essay I am going to write about three main aspects of becoming a police officer: the job description and responsibilities, and the education required to accelerate in this career. Police officer is a warranted employee of a police force. Police officers are generally…

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  • Canine Officer Essay

    An overview of the particular career field as a Canine Officer Canine Officers are otherwise known, as “K9 Cops” Made up of a very highly trained canine dog and a law enforcement officer. These K9’s have been bred specifically for their intelligence and their great sense of smell, which will help them pursue runway fugitives, discover a missing person, there sense of smell is so incredible that a canine, with the help of its handler, can pick out narcotics and weapons from cars, homes, planes,…

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