The life of an officer is never easy. Being part of a law enforcement means putting your life at risk at anytime . in order to protect the lives of others. Officer Johnson however, believes that by putting the security of others above his its worth it. “saving someone’s life from dangerous its my biggest accomplishment” Deputy Johnson stated. he was born and raised in Tampa. He knows the area very well and uses this knowledge as a advantaged when chasing a someone and to keep himself and his fellow officers away from any type of dangerous . Deputy Johnson been with the Hillsborough county police for 5 years now. His interest in law enforcement all started when he was a safety patrol in his elementary school. He sayd he enjoyed helping his school resources keep the school safe. He would then later, move on and graduated from high school, went to community college and study crimal justice there. Deputy Johnson said the main reason he became involved with law enforcement was because he like to protect the people and help them with anything he can do. hes favorite patrol beat are around school because, he dosent want anything to happen here like it happen to those kids in Connecticut and his favorite hang out spot during lunch with other officer is at any Spanish restaurant. He loves Spanish food. Deputy Johnson would not recommend anybody in becoming involved with law enforcement if they are scared to get shot, or not brave enough to do what law enforcement are required to
LIFE OF A CORRECTIONAL OFFICER
CRJ: 303 Corrections
17 March 2013
The life of a correctional officer is something that is easily over looked. Not understanding or knowing the intricate details that go into what it actually takes to coexist with incarcerated inmates is one of the reasons that the general public is able to go about their daily lives, not thinking or wondering how those inmates are controlled. Correctional officers have one of the hardest jobs on the planet, having to work…
Being a police officer is one of if not the most dangerous professions that you could ever have. You never really know what kind of trouble that you will have to face on your patrol or shift for the day or night. Your day could start out with a pursuit of a man who just robbed a home and end saving some young child’s life. As I was looking through ALL OF THE VERY UNFOURTOUNATE CIRCUMSTANCES WHERE THE OFFICERS HAD LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE LINE OF DUTY IT GOES TO SHOW HOW YOU ALWAYS HAVE TO BE ON THE…
I have learned a lot in my Criminal Justice 101 class for the semester. I have
learned there are a lot of pros to becoming an officer of the law. But like any other job
there are a lot of cons that come with becoming an officer of the law. Which some can
say one out ways the other and will force them to make a tough decision whether to
follow through with becoming an officer of the law.
To become an officer of the law there are a lot of pros that come with getting the
job. One of the best pros to having the job is you get to serve and protect the peace…
Consider the jobs of ‘call center employee, police officer, nurse, IT specialist or airline pilot. Which would be the most stressful for you (i.e. what kinds of stressors are there and why are they stressful?).
Stress is the response of our daily life interaction which possibly may create negative effect in our mental and physical health. This occurs due to stretching our full ability or potential to do something, it may come in different forms starting from back pain to mental…
Name of department, title and how long a sworn peace officer.
Officer One: Officer one is a Retired Major in the Warwick Police Department. Officer in Charge of Operations. I was been a sworn officer since 1986.
Officer Two - Officer two is a Patrolman, and Field Training Officer at Woonsocket Department. I have been a sworn peace officer for eight years.
Question Two - What are the reasons that police patrol communities?
Officer One - Officer one: To create a partnership with the community to provide…
Life of a Correctional Officer
Instructor Name: Yolanda Tilley
August 31, 2012
CORRECTIONAL OFFICER 2
Life of a Correctional Officer
Correctional Officers are very important people and they perform very important duties. An correctional officer job can become very demanding and on top of that it can be very stressful. Just like police officer. Correctional Officers takes a change each day they are at work and they never know…
Bashir: A young 14 year old male, oldest out of his 4 brothers. His father was taken by illness and the mother left with his 4 brothers to seek a better life.
Mohsen: Mohsen is a 16 year old boy Bashir met on the boat in Western Australia who has been stuck there for awhile.
Story: The story begins in Afghanistan with young Bashir straight after his mother left so he's all alone. He fights for survival living in a shack…
The full circle of a police officer
The situations a police officer deals with on a daily basis makes them more cynical and paranoid. These situations happen to many officers and officer Tim Schwab gave information on what his life used to consist of based on calls and how it changed his views on people and the way he lives his life. Tim said, “My occupation makes you more cynical and more aware of what’s going on in the world; and you see the world in a different light than most citizens…
functions from the Hierarchy, Supervisor to the patrol Officers of each Police Department around the world use to model their chain of commands.
Base on (Morgan, Scott. "Everyday Life." - Global Post. Demand Media, n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2014.) Officers: uniformed patrol and line officers are the main face of any police department. These are the officers who stop motorists, respond to domestic disturbances or walk beats in an assigned area. Officers rank lowest in the chain of command. Their authority…
Officers are often liked or hated in our society today, either its because one has had a bad run in with them and received a ticket or had them saved their life from danger. Officers are the enforcers of law in everyday life, but do people understand the ideal conduct expected of an officer and the realities that really happens? In George Orwell’s “A Hanging” and “Shooting an Elephant,” both a short story talk about the thoughts of an officer about to perform a task and is fighting his…