They are able to take away our freedom, investigate our private lives, monitor our actions and use the information they find out against us if necessary. These powers must be carefully controlled to avoid abuses by the state and its public services against individual members of the public. During a democracy they must always be checks and balances on power in order to ensure that no one single agency or service has power over the public that cannot be challenged. Commonly speaking the public services operate with the consent and cooperation of the public and are respected and respectful. Despite the fact even in a country like the UK with highly trained and knowledgeable officers, a breach of human rights may still occur.
If the enemy was smart enough they could intercept our radio channels and know exactly every move we are about to make. Hence why if one piece is missing they shut down everything until they find it. Same with weapons you don’t want to give the enemy extra ammunition to use against us. That’s why the military is so strict with accountability. Finally, accountability is important in everyday life no matter what job you have.
Since his forces had stability, Alexander normally acted from three key areas that included economics, religion and the political organization. This saw Alexander the Great from the outset of his campaigns forbid and prevented his troops from looting properties in the region that his forces operated. For instance, when he advanced into Afghanistan, Alexander the Great gave soldiers to the local governor who acted as military police to prevent plundering of properties by the main body of his army. This practice is common in highly disciplined forces such as the United States military force that only do their mission without looting of property. Alexander knew a stable empire had to be built without pillaging.
2.1 Dilemmas that may arise: • Equipment - Clients may refuse to use hoists and stand aids as they have had bad experience in the past with using them which could affect clients hygiene, physical needs and means that staff can’t do their job to a high standard we would take note of what the clients have said and ring the manager to come up with another solution. All equipment must be in date and checked regularly before use. • Training - Training must be up to date and if it isn’t you should not but yourself or clients at risk of danger. All cares should not attempt to do things outside of training or job
General Douglas MacArthur stated, “Yours is the profession of arms, the will to win, the sure knowledge that in war there is no substitute for victory, that if you lose, the Nation will be destroyed, that the very obsession of your public service must be duty, honor, country. First, professionals are who and what they are because they acquire expertise. They produce uniquely expert work, not routine or repetitive work. Doctors, Lawyers and Soldiers all share in this unique responsibility. Effectiveness, rather than pure efficiency, is the key to the work of professionals—the sick want a cure, the accused want exoneration, and the defenseless seek security.
Extended Diploma in Uniformed Public Services – Assignment 1 Unit 13: Command and Control in the Uniformed Public Services Command and control in the Uniformed Public Services is critical to maintain the way things operate. It can be dangerous without command and control, because no one would be prepared or not know how to act when an incident occurs. Commanders have a lot of responsibility keeping their teams performing efficiently and safely, as well as displaying qualities and skills needed to be in a position of giving tasks to their teams. In this assignment, I will be going over rank structure, chain of command, skills and personal qualities for command and control and how someone can utilize command and control. Task 1.1 P1 All of the public services have a rank structure which takes the form of a hierarchical system.
Sometimes this style is also described as autocratic. It is a common leadership style and is used when a leader needs to keep as much power as possible and keep control over the decision making. Subordinates are expected to obey orders without arguing back or in need of an explanation to do what they have been ordered to do. In the public services this leadership maybe used when you have all the information to solve the problem or you are working to a deadline. This is not an effective way to get the best result from a team, but it has some advantages in situations where there is pressure to get the task done, like in the armed forces.
Complicating the obligation to follow the tenant of discrimination is the fact that our enemies do not adhere to the tenant of discrimination. This dilemma creates complicated situations for our soldiers. The US military has been trained to not ambush combatants that are surrendering. Unfortunately, the enemies use this tenant against the soldiers. A problematic technique is the enemies waving the white flag so that they are able to get close enough to the soldiers to ambush coalition forces.
The military should not be thought of as a social program for orphans, jobs for the poor, or people going nowhere in life, but as a group of highly trained professionals dedicated to protect our country. Becoming a solider can change you into a better person than you were before and also change your appearance. Our country should always be prepared to defend itself. If being prepared means reinstating the draft then I think we should this a reasonable proposal. I think the tragic events of September 11 will evoke most people to agree on reinstating the draft.
For example, if a person goes through extreme acts to make sure that they are always on time for work, regardless of the circumstances for the belief. For Deontology does not have an answer as to why a person goes to these extremes. Let alone have the ability to decide on this act as having any virtue at all. Also Deontology can be stymied when two or more duties conflict with one another, and in the case of wartime, this could be disastrous. For example a platoon of soldiers are ordered to clear out an enemy village of any and all hostile forces, but upon arrival the soldiers discover that the greater majority of the village are innocent non-combatants and if they were to do their duty to the letter, the potential harm that they could do to innocent civilians, would be in direct conflict with the Geneva Convention that began in 1864 and this conflict leads us to the final flaw in Deontology that I will be using for this paper, which is that Deontology does not concern itself with the welfare of