These can help to create a better relationship between the police and the local community because if this happens then people will be more confident in the police’s capabilities and people in their communities feeling safer and people will then become a helping hand for the police when it is needed. Negative effects on the police A negative effect of ID cards could be that people who know that they will get in trouble if
This could be because there is not enough officers either on at the same time or not enough officers in the department all together. I believe this could be an easy fix for all involved. Captain Strong can either allow both more overtime by officers that are of duty or allow officers to patrol the streets with another officer instead of by them self. This approach will not only increase morale for all patrol officers but it will also help reduce the workload by all patrol officers involved. The concerns of the patrol officers are the motivational strategies that are more than likely going to b effective.
Volunteering in Public Services Assignment 1 of 2 Why Volunteering is important (P1) (a) The importance of volunteering this provides extra help for the services; which makes the society a better place as they have more people to work so the police service can tackle crime easier as there are people willing and committed to do so. Also by volunteering you can contribute your own ideas so you can say your views on things. This could help the services, also assisting with fundraising in some public services the Importance of Volunteers in the Public Service Provide expertise, Can save the service time by giving up their own personal for important major tasks. Provide extra help. Contribute new ideas.
In the public services, these types of leaderships will be used within different circumstances, authoritarian is best in urgent situations but laissez-faire is better for those who are experts and know exactly what they are doing and don't depend on a leader, they are similar because they both focus on the task in hand but one is directed every step by a demanding leader, sometimes, authoritarian could be bad style to use as it could make the other team members feel under pressure and lack motivation but leading in a laissez-faire manner will make the members feel more important because they have freedom to work the way they feel best. If there was to be a car accident, authoritarian would be a better approach because whether it was ambulance, police or fire, they will need to get the victims to hospital and road cleared as quickly as possible but it'd take longer if the team didn't know what their roles were and what they were
Could be considered the conservative approach to the crime prevention module. Supporters prefer the “assembly line” (Worral p.14) method to expedite alleged criminals through the means of plea bargains to not clog up the courtrooms, which can be tied with quantity over quality. For example, meeting citation quotas or setting up DUI check points, which in essence is for the benefit of public safety; but can also be seeing as a way to increase revenue. One issue at the current moment would be the need for cameras on the uniforms of officers policing the street. The Due Process model would say that it is needed to make sure that officers properly follow procedures while questioning or detaining suspect on the street, in the case that something gets out of hand, a jury can see what actually happened.
Ethnicity and the Police By CJA344 The police department is leaving a bad impression in many minority communities, because of the corruption and brutality that comes from the police patrolling the areas. The police should leave a positive impression with the communities that they serve, this way the police will be able to ask the community for help when needed. There are a few people in the community that speak highly of the police because they have good experiences with the police and have positive opinions of the police and are more freely to cooperate with the police department. Lack of community support to the police force can lead to more crimes in the communities, as a result of the community the police can be less likely to work up to their full potential. “When crime rate goes up there is a further dip in the public perception of the police resulting in a greater antagonism towards the police on the part of the public “(1985).
Differential associations do however provide an excellent basis and starting point to work from when doing individualistic case studies and work even better as an aid for police, detectives, and other government officials in their search to pinpoint future crimes with suspicion to a specific individual. Criminal acts occur for a wide variety of reasons, most of them spontaneous and unplanned and if social learning theory is to be applied, that would assume a discernible type of sociological algorithm, which cancels out the inartistic nature of everyday crime. In the case of gang crime though, it is clear the social learning theory is applicable, but perhaps not to individualistic, spontaneous crime. Social learning theory and differential association have proven to be empirically supported and are further emerging as one of the most efficient ways of determining new and better ways to approach contemporary crime over generations. More widely used by criminologists every day, social learning theories can be used to bring forth proven methods of rehabilitation and correctional treatments now that criminology myths and misrepresentative data is beginning to be disproven.
One of the advantages of patrolling is that it gives potential criminals the fear of being caught in the act and citizens the peace of knowing that they are being protected against crime. Organizing these patrols starts with answering calls, assigning police presence to any given area, and looking into any suspicious activities. The patrolmen and patrolwomen that are responsible for the patrolling are, without a doubt, the police department’s most important resource. Each officer or group of officers is responsible for a particular well-defined area. While patrolling on foot doesn’t necessarily reduce crime, it does give the community the feeling of being safe and secure.
As a life style police they are able to thell their employees where they cannot go outside of work. Life style police regulate life. Sometimes they require rules that employees ok with and some that they are not. I feel that this type of life style police has a positive affect on a persons' life because it only requests the best from a person. An employer can tell a person how to dress, speak, and where to go definitely qualifies them to be consider a life style
People who are different may tend initially to not get along very well. However, if they are required to work well together, this tends to help them improve their communication and people skills. Thus, they learn to adapt better to other people in the workplace and achieve their targets. * 4. More tolerance.