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    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 that are implemented to protect lawful and unlawful citizens. Americans have the mentality that the “ world revolve” around them. America’s basic principles are hard work and dedication to achieve the goals that you set out to do in life. Defense attorneys…

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    DO YOU WANT TO BEA POLICEMAN? If you are interested in doing something worthwhile for your community, then you can take up a career in the police industry. Police officers are employed by the state and agencies which deal with local law enforcement. A job in the police department simply entails • Reducing crime • Enforcing traffic safety • Investigation • Working in jails • Testifying in courts in cases they are involved You have to be ready to accept responsibility, work as a team, meet…

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    Police Officer Narrative

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    I learned a lot about police during my ride along. I learned a few things about a police officer daily duties and the benefits about the job. I also realize that being a police officer is not exciting or required a lot of paper works like I thought. There is way more aspect to be a police officer than car chase or firing a gun as television portray it. A television episode about policing is not an accurate portrayal of an officer everyday work. On Sunday, April 16, 2017, I completed the…

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    Becoming A Police Officer

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    been 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…

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    Corruption of Police Officers Police officers and detectives are here to protect the lives of the citizens as well as their property. A police officer’s occupation is to enforce the laws and to be sure the lives of the citizens are not threatened. According to Wikipedia Police officers have the power to arrest and attain people for a certain amount of time. Some officers are trained to perform special duties such as counter terrorism, surveillance, child protection, VIP protection, and…

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    the positive direction, negative direction, or even to a complete turnaround. Becoming a police officer is just a stepping stone to a higher calling: Chicago SWAT. Requirements to become a police officer include physical, mental, and in some cases educational requirements. Physical requirements are usually just being fit and having good muscle stamina and endurance. Mentally, departments are looking for stable and an orthodox way of thinking. Educationally, most don’t require anything more…

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    Police officers are often portrayed as the protectors of the people, however, recent media attention has portrayed them as violent and abusive of their power in non-violent situations. Whether it be in a small town or a big city school district these incidents of violence have been the center of recent media attention. However, there have been recent incidents of police brutality within school districts, elementary and high school levels, which furthers the poor conversation of Student Resource…

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    A police officer is an official of the law whose highest duty is to protect and serve the citizens of the United States of America. There are many different areas of work within the Criminal Justice field, but one of the most challenging, and essential jobs, are those performed by police officers. According to www.criminaljusticeusa.com, a police officer, or law enforcement officer, has duties that include but are not limited to: patrolling, emergency response, making arrests, issuing citations,…

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    Keeping the public safe is the top priority of any Police Department. Arresting people who break laws is another thing Police Officers often have to do. Another task of an on duty Police Officer is to file paperwork on criminals, so Police Officers must stay organized (“Task List 1”). I personally feel that I can do these things. I believe that I have the capability and patients to follow through with these. Yes there will be obstacles and adversity, but I’m pretty sure that I am a strong willed…

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    There is major corruption occurring in the police departments. Although all officers are not corrupt; they are often found guilty of violations of their code of conduct. The violations they are normally found guilty of are bribery, theft, perjury, extortion, and selective enforcement. In 2010, it was reported that 4,861 incidents of misconduct were tracked. Also, there were 247 fatalities that occurred in 2010 that was related to the tracked reports Bribery is the criminal offense of giving,…

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