Intro to Policing February 15-19
Intro to Policing February 15-19 CJ 210
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Date Created: 02/18/16
February 1519 Chapter 5 (Continued): Police Work Force Selecting from the Recruitment Pool: - Selection tests o Oral interviews o Medical exams - Background investigation o Criminal history o Previous employment o Speak with neighbors o Social media Equal employment opportunity: - Civil rights act of 1964 (federal) and equal employment opportunity act (extended to state) (race, sex, ethnicity, etc.) - Bona Fide Occupational Qualifications: any requirement that is reasonably necessary to the normal operation of the business in question Affirmative Action: - Where an employer takes positive steps to remedy past discrimination - Reverse discrimination (?) Training: - Police academy - Field training o Probationary period - Issues with training o Training on routine issues instead of rare issues? Chapter 6: (on the Job): Reality Shock: - Encountering citizens o Hostility and complaints from citizens o See humanity at its worse - Seeing the criminal justice system from the inside o Their cases get plea bargained - Dealing with departmental politics Police Subculture: - Group solidarity o In modern policing, this is not so much the case - Code of silence (“Blue Curtain”) o You do not “Rat Out” another officer - Danger/Safety Changing the Look of Police: - Women - Minorities - LGBT
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