Over ages man has had to base their peace and tranquillity on assurance of security. To this end, endless efforts have been put to place and immense resources utilised in an effort to enhance security. One of such efforts has been the establishment of law enforcement agencies. They are mandated with the role of ensuring that man is not only safe, but also that safety is not breached and those with contrary perceptions are brought to justice.
The agencies are thus given societal mandate to not only apprehend those with motives to breach the much sort after peace, but to also investigate them and gather incriminating evidence, where the same can be proved of their interior motives and as such meted with justice accordingly. This paper will thus bear an in-depth look of such an agency and what it entails to run one successful.
The agency’s history, as is of any aspect of life a great determinant to its present and future. Its formation to start with has played a huge role to its present status. At its inception stage, it was not supported by the State police of Sherriff’s office. As such many of its management problems which would have been resolved with support from these offices have thus gone unchecked creating inherent problems within the agency. It is evident that at its early stages, the agency would have easily managed to run its affairs, but with increased population and advancement in crime technology, the previously seemingly simple task is magnified if peace and order is to be maintained.
Another problem inherited from their history is its location. The location of Virtual County is a location offering no promise of similar setups springing up in its neighbourhood. As such it has been subjecte...
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...regular training programmes. New recruits should also go through thorough training before being inducted into the force.
There are deep wounds in the current state of affairs of Virtual County Police Department, but none that cannot be healed. There is thus a dire need to incorporate all the issues addressed and many more, but with such a beginning, the incorporation of the observed areas would go a long way in making VCPD a success story.
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