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But instead of lining up, they went to an alley right in the middle of the line and went inside it. There was a stair leading below and opened a steel door casually. The man was greeted with a guard who was dressed in a suit. The wall had a green floral design and they were greeted cordially by the guard in suit whom the man responded by giving him a tip and greeting him “how are you doing”. They seem to know each other and the man seem to be a frequent customer of the area.
The place is dimly lit and looks reddish where they were met by another guard in suit who was eating a burger. The man gave him another tip and they get inside another door. They were met by a man who appears to be a waiter in red suit. They proceeded in the alley where there were scores of men who were dressed like waiters. The man again greeted them cordially and gave pleasantries indicating familiarity of the place. The man opened another door which appears to be a kitchen of a restaurant or club. Again the man seems to be familiar with the people inside who this time were cooks and chef. Until finally, they came in a place which appears to be a club. The man was eagerly met by somebody important in the club and he was called “Anthony, nice to see you while shaking his hand”. The person who received them called the waiters who quickly assembled table for them. Anthony talked to the people around shaking hands with them and exchanging pleasantries. The woman looked amused. He finally sat and the woman was amused that they gave them a suit. The pleasantries continued because another group of men who appears to be important greeted him across the table and raised their glass. The woman who was the date of the man asked “what do you do?” Anthony replied” I am in construction”. Anthony replied “You don’t look like you are in construction”. Their conversation was interrupted by the drum
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Therefore, their conduct should be such that they show justice, respect everyone and deal every case with the same due diligence and efforts. However, it has been repeatedly seen that Metropolitan Police Service is racist. Members of the Metropolitan Police Service have been seen passing racist comments and delaying investigations if the victim belongs to the minority group.
Critique of applying community policing on burglary VIII. Conclusion IX. References Introduction To predict, prevent, control, and manage crimes and other disorder problems, police departments are faced with a number challenges and obstacles while executing their duties.
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The measure of right and wrong is determined by a society, and in the case of the police, professional ethics apply. Police officers belong to special profession where professional ethics are not restricted to their profession only but stretch to affect their individual values and character.
II. Introduction. A. Introduction of the topic of Police Corruption & Violence. B. Introduction of the topic of Correctional Facility Violence. III. Police Corruption & Violence. A. Causes of Police Corruption & Violence. B. Types of Police Corruption & Violence.
Each agency differs from the rest to some extent. NIU Police start at about $24.46 per hour, and receive civil service benefits along with a collective bargaining agreement (http://www.hr.niu.edu/employment/regular_details.cfmid=3000). The DeKalb City Police make about $33,000 per year on average which is 26% less than the national average (http://www.indeed.com/salaryq1=police+officer&l1=DeKalb%2C+IL).
At the heart of such studies, and the police reform movement, lie the tendencies to check the police corruption (Gaines and Miller, 2008). Simply put, corruption is the abuse of public authority for personal gain. The abuse of authority by police, by pursuing, or selectively
experiment that was conducted between the year 1972 and 1973, and it was aimed at assessing the effect of police presence on the magnitude of crime, security, and safety of civilians (Gaines & Kappeler, 2011).Three different beats of police presence were employed; constant