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Author Peter Moskos took a different approach to writing a book about the police than most authors do. Instead of interviewing different officers form departments and believing all they have to say (because they never talk up stories or stretch the truth), Peter Moskos became a Baltimore cop and worked in the ghetto of the eastern district. In his book Cop in the Hood, he talks about the everyday struggles of being a cop and also talks about his personal view of policing and the academy. In the beginning of the book Peter talks about how useless he and other officers feel the academy is. He says that the sole purpose of the academy is “to protect the department from the legal liability that could result from negligent training” (22).
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Ethical Dilemma for Boston P.D. turns Deadly Abstract In the late 1980’s into the 1990’s Boston Police where under large amounts of pressure by political leaders and the public to crack down on the drug problem in the city. Unfortunately this turn deadly in February of 1988 when a member of Boston P.D. was gunned down where he and other officers had illegal obtained a search warrant. The ethical dilemma they where faced with was should they do everything by the book and not get the job done, or do things a little off the record and get the job done?