Police Questions and Answers
What would be the advantages and disadvantages of living in a society that abolished police discretion and used a full enforcement policy?
If a police officer orders an unarmed person running away from a burglary to stop and he keeps running and gets shot and killed did the officer commit a crime?
What is an example of a victimology profile. Is the example representative of a High, Moderate or Low Risk based upon your assessment and the Victimology Profile?
Scenario: While working as a police officer, you respond to a robbery in progress involving two armed suspects at a liquor store. Upon arrival, you and your partner interview three witnesses to the crime. While conducting your investigation, another unit informs you they have a possible suspect detained several blocks from the incident. What steps should be taken to identify the suspects in this case, including those necessary to preclude the possibility of false identification, and what interview techniques would be used to interview the witnesses to obtain an accurate statement of the facts.
What are some examples of calls or situations to which police responses are expected, but there is not a crime that has been committed?
What steps would one take in an armed robbery in progress, including the basic interview techniques?
What are some safety concerns that police officers should be aware of when responding to medical calls?
What are the primary differences between public police and private security with regard to objectives?
When do you think police officers should issue warning tickets rather than citations for people who are speeding?
In a situation where an officer is forced to make a split second decision, for example, when in pursuit of a suspect, what are the possible ramifications of that decision for the officer?
Which book are the police referring to when they use the terms subsection 3b?when like polices says...it states that in subsection b paragraph 3... i don't get it when they say that and what book does the get that from.what book is it in?
How would the role differ from a supervisory standpoint of crime scene management from that of a first responder?
Each student should prepare an individual course paper examining the topic of police culture. What is police culture? What creates this culture? How does it impact the duties of law enforcement personnel regardless of whether they work in policing or corrections? Is this same culture present within the courts, the third component of the criminal justice system? In what ways is police culture a benefit and weakness to organizational effectiveness? Does the current police culture need to be changed? Why or why not? If so, how can this culture be changed?
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