To be a great community oriented police chief they have to follow some rules. These rules are called the Ten Principles. These principles help the chief to be a successful one. If the chief follow these ten principles he will be a good chief. These ten principles are Leadership, Ombudsman, Policy Maker, Commitment, Style, Change, Power sharing, Educator, motivator and trainer, Role Model and last but not least a Disciplinarian. The chief has to have leadership because he is the head of the department. The chief makes all the rule and regulations. The officers look up to the chief if they need help or if they don’t know something. If a chief doesn’t have leadership how can he lead the officer into doing the right things for people and the communities? With the leadership role the chis must accept the role of ombudsman. The chief is required to work with multiple agencies and community groups that the police have to deal with during the planning the community policing. The police works with many other agencies. So the chief has to be on top of his game to consult with investigation of these other agencies. These agencies might file a complaint or anything and it’s up to the chief to investigate these actions filed against the departments. In order to run a good community oriented police some policy making has to be done. And who better to do it other than the chief. With policies the officers van do what they want. So some rules has to but put together I order to run good police department. The chief has
and Nonsense about Crime and Drugs by Sam Walker
1. When did dramatic crime drop begin? In 2003
2. When did crime rates start to soar? 1963
3. Does the author see the crime rate drop as genuine?yes
4. Do criminologists have answers to crime drop?no
5. Does demography accurately predict rise and fall of crime rate? No
6. Does the rise and fall of crack do better? Yes because it correlates to violence
7. What is “evidence based” crime policy mean? This approach…
in a human group or society" (Kendall 2007: 74). Culture includes a society's norms, sanctions, values, beliefs, symbols, as well as material objects, activities, and technology.
Norms are rules that define which behaviors are appropriate or inappropriate by the standards of a particular society. These rules can take the form of customs or laws. However, laws in the Philippines is not that strong in a way that even those in authorities do the violation and is not caught. If only sanction were given…
these new technologies. Every country has its own laws and regulations. In the UK, people are convicted under the Computer Misuse Act 1990 for illegal activities which are done with the help of technologies, and there are evidences that many people have been sentenced under this law (Turner, M., 2013). Apart from that, there are few regulations, such as RIPA 2000, which gives power to certain authorities in the UK to carry out surveillance or intercept the communications against a person for a specific…
theory and specialized knowledge, is service-oriented, and has a distinct subculture.
2. What is wrong with the position that any given broadly defined occupation is either a profession or it is not?
That approach leads to such conclusions as only doctors and not nurses are members of the medical profession and only officers and not enlisted professionals in the POA. The vast majority of occupations and professions are distributed all along the great middle between the two extremes. The characteristics…
gifts, customer complaints, hiring, and other decisions serve as a guide to conduct and as a shield by which the employee can protect against unethical advances from those outside the firm.
• Third, may professional and industry associations have developed codes of ethics, such as the Affirmative Ethical Principles of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In sum, codes of conduct seem to be a growing expression of the business community's sincere concern about ethics. However…
CONTENTS: CASE STUDIES
CASE STUDY 1
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CASE STUDY I-1
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CASE STUDY I-2
VoIP2.biz, Inc.: Deciding on the Next Steps for a VoIP Supplier
CASE STUDY I-3
The VoIP Adoption at Butler University
CASE STUDY I-4
Supporting Mobile Health Clinics: The Children’s Health Fund of New York City
CASE STUDY I-5…
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