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Intro to Policing February 15-19

by: Erin Swanson

Intro to Policing February 15-19 CJ 210

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These notes finish the end of chapter 5 and begin chapter 6.
Intro to Policing
Jason Twede
Class Notes
policing, Criminal Justice, Chapter 5, chapter 6
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Erin Swanson on Thursday February 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CJ 210 at University of North Dakota taught by Jason Twede in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Intro to Policing in Criminal Justice at University of North Dakota.


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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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