When it comes to whether or not police departments should require that candidates have a four year degree I think that it would be best that they did make that a requirement for all new officers. Even though requiring a higher level degree would single out candidates and limit the number of people that apply the positives would be better for the department and the city. Officers with a four year education would be better disciplined, more attentive, follow orders more, and represent the department better. Studies have shown that officers in the past that have a four year degree tend to be better disciplined and have less disciplinary actions. Those with a four year degree tend to understand the need for rules and know the need for them in the workplace. Also with a four year degree many have already had to abide by rules that were set for them in the university that they attended. They know that there are consequences for their actions so putting them in a setting where there are rules would be easy for them to work and cope with. With better disciplined officers comes less disciplinary actions that have to be taken upon the officers. Which will mean that less officers will have to be suspended or let go and there will be more officers out working the field and less at home or on suspension; also knowing that the department will not come under scrutiny by the media and public puts the chiefs mind at ease knowing he does not have to worry about his officers messing up. An officer with a four year degree tends to be able to pay attention more than those who have not obtained a four year degree. Primarily due to the fact that they did not have to sit in class for four years and listen to a professor teach and obtain and comprehend the information that was being taught to them. An officer that is more attentive can better adapt to the job and learn his surrounding faster than one who has trouble paying attention. And an officer that pays attention at briefings and when taking reports is bound to make fewer mistakes and with fewer mistakes there is less room for error. When an officer follow orders the first time it makes the chiefs job much easier because he does not have to constantly be on his officers and see if they made mistakes or made sure that they did what was asked of them. Officers without a four year degree tend to disregard orders that were given to them and do their own thing. Those with a four year degree tend to do what is asked of them without questioning of authority and that makes the job much easier on everyone. There is no need to worry if someone didn’t do what was needed of them or having to pick up the slack of another officer because they ignored the orders given to them. Also in 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…
Do you think there police brutality has become a problem in the United States? If your
answer is yes then I was you to imagine a world where the police don't take action in a
questionable time, would you want to live in that world? Personally I don't think police brutality
is such a big deal but I do not believe it is becoming a problem all over the United States. The
police have to make split second decisions, there are always two sides to the stories, and most
incidents happen in not so good areas…
created programs designed to ensure that someone released from prison would have the skill, know-how, and resources to obtain and keep a job to operate in society. However, are ex-felons really given the chance to start over again? Some would say “yes” while others would surely say “no”. There are several resources that tax payers give money to in order for those being released from prison can get and maintain a job. In reality those resources are not make well known to individuals with criminal…
forensic crime team.
A forensic scientist needs to be knowledgeable, reliable, and an expert in his/her field. Most forensic scientists require a minimum of a bachelor’s of science degree (often in biology, forensic scientist, or other relevant degrees), however more school such as a doctorate can only help in the advancement of a forensic scientists career. They also need to have skills beyond educational requirements, such as critical thinking skills/problem solving, organizational skills, and…
to work in the field. The highest working positions low class white women had were laundresses, seamstresses, dressmakers, and nurses. These positions required a lot of training and skills. Women weren’t just house wives. They were men’s property. Yes, even white women were because they were to listen, they were to OBEY men. Women weren’t dependent of themselves yet. Women didn’t have any political role in the 19th century. Back then women’s rights didn’t even exist. Women couldn’t even get an education…
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Were you ever issued Disabled Person or Disabled Veteran License Plates or a Permanent Parking Placard in California?
YES – A doctor’s disability certification is NOT required, unless the placard was canceled by DMV or is no longer on record.
The Disabled Person or Disabled Veteran License Plates or Placard number is:
NO – A doctor’s certification is required. The…
skillful in the Italian vintages myself, and bought largely whenever I
In this passage we see how condescending Poe is as Montresor. He is insulting Fortunato in a
twisted manner. Lastly, Montresor’s response to Fortunato at the end of the story, “Yes, for the
love of God,” (Poe, 1846) is mocking a man’s desperate prayer while on the brink of death. This
indicates the way Poe relishes in mind games and sees himself as superior to others.
Poe also exhibits his arrogance in the narrative of “The Tell…
self-incrimination. After his conviction based on his confession, Miranda's attorney appealed his sentence on the basis that his confession should be excluded because Miranda had not been informed of his rights by the interrogators. The police officers involved offered the defense that because Miranda had a past conviction, he should have been well aware of his rights. The Arizona Supreme Court denied Miranda's appeal, and his conviction was upheld. Miranda's attorney then appealed the case to…
Author: Wang, Donna
Title: Attitudes Towards Older Adults: A Review
Publication: Council On Social Work Education
Peer Reviewed? Yes
What words did you use to find this article? Social Worker
What type of article is this (research, summary, reflection, essay, etc.)? Study
Did this article include an abstract? Yes
Summarize the article (75 to 100 words) This article breaks down about how the elderly are treated and by whom it tells how they are cared for and by whom…