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Perversity and Lawrence’s Prussian Officer

- Perversity and Lawrence’s Prussian Officer        Ferdinand de Saussure developed his "theory of the sign" as part of a more general course on linguistics he taught in the nineteenth century.  The "sign" represents the arbitrary relationship between the signifier (a word, or even a sound), and the signified (the meaning we give to the word or sound in our minds).  For example, the word "can" signifies a cylindrical container to me, but could mean something entirely different to someone who does not understand English.  The relationship of the word "can" to a can is completely subjective.  It's nothing but a trigger for my pre-existing notion of a can....   [tags: Prussian]

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Power Relationships in Hughes's "Father and Son" and Lawrence's "The Prussian Officer"

- Power Relationships in Hughes's "Father and Son" and Lawrence's "The Prussian Officer" There are many similarities in plot and theme in Langston Hughes’ "Father and Son" and D. H. Lawrence’s "The Prussian Officer." While each story is told in a very different style, the general tone is similar in each. The focal point in each story is a relationship between one man in power, and another man who is a subordinate. The dominant man has generally benevolent feelings towards his subordinate, information which is related to the reader through an omniscient narrator....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Comparing Rocking-Horse Winner, Prussian Officer, and Second Best

- Differences in Rocking-Horse Winner, Prussian Officer, and Second Best Works by the same author often show the repeated use of certain words, images, or plots. In five short stories by the author, D.H. Lawrence, differences between social classes are the basis for conflict and provide the foundation for taboo relationships. These five stories are "The Rocking-Horse Winner," "The Prussian Officer," "Second Best," "The White Stocking," and "The Daughters of the Vicar." The inclusion of the motif of class differences in these particular works often leads to acts of violence or tragedy as the outcome....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Analysis of Guy de Maupassant's Two Friends

- We all have a place that we like to go to relax. For some, it is a quiet place and a good book to read. Others may enjoy spending quality time with friends and family. Guy de Maupassant enjoyed being near water. Maupassant “was a passionate lover of the sea and of rivers” (“Guy de Maupassant”). In his short story “Two Friends”, distant friends run into each other and decide to relive a peaceful activity they once shared: fishing. Maupassant’s love of the water influenced the content of this story....   [tags: franco-prussian, franco-german war]

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Executive Officer : Executive Officers Of Companies

- CEO compensations are awards and incentives given to the chief executive officers of companies. These awards could either be in the form of cash or in non-monetary forms. For instance, some executives are awarded huge numbers of shares in a company or are allowed to purchase the shares on their own but at subsidized prices. The sum of reimbursement on compensation to any chief executive officer is decided on by the board of directors to that particular company (Sam Ashe-Edmunds, 2014). The last few decades have seen dramatic and outrageous rises in executive compensations....   [tags: Chief executive officer, Executive officer]

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The Executive Officer Of A Communication Company

- Darren Entwistle, originating in Montreal, Quebec; the executive chairman, who used to be the president and the chief executive officer of a communication company - TELUS, is a successful and eminent Canadian businessman. He’s the person who turned a small telephone service company into a $25-billion national Mobile communication company and also helped it becomes one of the major Mobile communication companies, which is valued at $4.3 billion right now. “Joe is an exceptionally proven and highly capable leader” Entwistle said in a statement....   [tags: Chief executive officer, President]

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Franco Prussian War C & E ( 1870-1871 )

- Franco-Prussian War C&E (1870-1871) “Napoleon I had smashed through the German states with ease during the Napoleonic wars. Now a generation later, the roles would be reversed. Even though the war was a short duration, it dramatically changed European history.” The year of 1870 marked as the start of a war that changed the outlook of history as we know it today. This time period from 1870-1871 was known as the Franco-Prussian War, and there were many leading causes and events that took place for a bizarre and wild finish to what would be the beginning of an era for World War I....   [tags: Prussia, German Empire, Otto von Bismarck]

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The Duty Of A Police Officer

- ... This unresolved issue raised so many questions in New York Times. “We don’t want to say that his life was taken because he was born with his dark skin. But there is no other explanation” his father told the paper. (Lawerence, 2) The New York police department countered this issue by telling reporters that “There’s far less force used by the police now than in the past.. The Rodney King stuff you used to hear about a lot…. Some recent cases makes the public think the problem is more wide ranged than it really is.” In regards to this comment a Times news report answered back “a batch of cases from this year alone, 1996, suggests police misconduct is wide ranging” and also it was observed t...   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Police officer]

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Community Education Officer and Inclusion

- In order to understand the principles of inclusion and organisational structures which are in place within different professional contexts, it is important to expand on personal understanding of a variety of reflective learning models, as well as increasing awareness of inclusion and the diverse range of values which are contained within different ideologies of inclusive practices. Reflection on personal understanding of professional contexts and the variety of personal attributes which are required in order to develop and deliver to service users is equally important....   [tags: education, learning, Community Education Officer ]

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Being A Police Officer Is Not Easy

- ... Neither Major Bowles nor officer Fields saw that as being a fault in the system, because they each said that they have a wonderful support system of fellow officers to confide in if something is wrong. Though they do not find the standards for psychological testing to be a problem, unsurprisingly, when the question came up of what they believed to be one of the biggest problems in their field they said drugs. They both agreed that almost every crime is related to or can be traced back to drugs in some way....   [tags: Police, Constable, Police officer, Law enforcement]

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Police Brutality : A Police Officer

- Police Brutality Have a police officer ever abused a family member of yours. Police brutality affects communities by lost of trust in police officers. Victims and witnesses of crimes are much less likely to report crimes. Which brings problems to our communities. In this research paper, readers will understand when a police officer who uses force when it is not called for, or who uses excessive force to perform his or her job, have crossed the line into police brutality. Police brutality remains one of the most serious and divisive human rights violations in the United State....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Police officer, Abuse]

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Role Of The Non Commissioned Officer

- ... I hit my first re-enlistment at the 2nd ID and chose USAFSK as my assignment of choice. My platoon also decided that I had grown enough to be boarded for Sergeant, so that was my reward for a wonderful tactical year. I arrived back at Camp Humphreys with a wife and a child, and immediately put in for command sponsorship. J.J. Johnson was now occupying the fictional position of assistant platoon sergeant. He basically ran the day to day affairs of the platoon while the actual platoon sergeant ran the Voice Operations Branch shop, under his second hat of Shop NCOIC....   [tags: Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, Non-commissioned officer]

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Work Environment And Duties : Chief Executive Officer

- ... Others land the job by having numerous years of experience with various organizations. More often than not some land the job with no college education as they work their way up with the organization (The Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015, n.p.). There are countless ways to land the job as a CEO due to the various educational backgrounds and the demands of the criteria of the organization and what they want their CEO to possess as far as skill sets. Degrees and education often do not have the most significant impact as far as being appointed as the CEO of an organization....   [tags: Chief executive officer, Executive officer]

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A Career as a Police Officer

- It would be fulfilling to be a police officer because police officers help people in the community and keep it safe. They also enforce the law. They are the reason why people can live their lives in peace. If there is anyone in the community that citizens can trust it would be the police officers. Police officers have to accomplish many things in their workday. (Career Cruising.com) They have to write detailed reports and fill out forms.(Career Cruising.com) They are responsible for making sure that people obey the law and are kept safe at all times.(Career Cruising.com) They also observe the activities of suspects.(Career Cruising.com) Cops have to gather facts and collect evidence from...   [tags: safety issues, police officers]

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The Use Of Excessive Force Used By A Police Officer

- Police Brutality is the wanton use of excessive force used by a police officer. Often the attacks are physical but they could be verbal as well. Police brutality can also be used in interrogation as it they use psychological intimidation to pressure individuals. Police brutality has always been an issue, but has recently become much worse. This is most likely due to the uprising in social media and video-enabled cellular devices. Aside from the fact that police brutality is wrong in itself, there is a much greater issue at hand....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Police officer]

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Being A Police Officer Is Tedious And Dangerous Work

- ... It is their job to take care of the problem no matter how insane it sounds. An officer also must learn to adapt to any given situation whether it be a group of people arguing or following a suspicious car lurking in the corner. Imagine getting screamed at every direction, dozens of people all around and all alone waiting until back up arrives. The pressure is constantly on police officers because they are expected to be perfect. This is one reason they are so easily criticize because police officers aren’t supposed to do mistakes according to society....   [tags: Police, Constable, Police officer, Deadly force]

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Frederick II, the Great of Prussia

- Frederick II, the Great, overcame the resource limitations within Prussia by mastering three aspects of the western way of war: the ability to finance war, possessing a highly disciplined military, and an aggressive mindset toward achieving quick decisive victory, which established Prussia as a major European power. Frederick II accomplished this feat while being surrounded by powerful neighbors that possessed larger populations, armies, and financial excess. His initial assessment on the state of his Prussian inheritance from his personal writings follows: …cast your eyes over the map, and you will see that the greatest part of my territories is dispersed…cannot mutually assist each other…...   [tags: notorious leaders of the past]

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Prussian Military Reforms

- Innovation and Evolution: Prussian Military Reforms of the 19th Century The concept of war as a static and unchanging occurrence is an outdated and dangerous miscalculation. More accurately, war is a fluidic, evolving and shifting phenomenon constantly reinventing itself, rendering stagnant, inflexible principles potentially disastrous. Consequently, as students of war and future players in this transforming theatre, the study of eras of significant development is an extremely relevant pursuit....   [tags: European History]

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Career as a Military Officer

- Career as a Military Officer I. Text research Definition: A military officer, a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, is responsible for the protection of U.S. citizens. This is a broad responsibility however and each officer has a distinct role that (s) he plays in the maintenance of national defense. As a member of the military, an officer signs a contract and must serve a number of years before retirement is possible. There are five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. The Army is the senior service and fight mostly on land....   [tags: Military Officer U,S, Armed Forces Army Essays]

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The Franco-Prussian War

- The Franco-Prussian war was waged between France and Prussia with a coalition of German States from July 15, 1870 to February 1, 1871. Prussian leadership of the German states had been confirmed after Prussia’s defeat of Austria in the Seven Weeks’ War in 1866. This threatened France’s position as the dominant power in Europe. The candidacy of Prince Leopold, for the Spanish throne, was one of the immediate causes of the Franco-Prussian war. It was Otto von Bismarck, the Prussian chancellor, and Spain’s de facto leader, Juan Prim who persuaded a very reluctant Leopold to accept the Spanish throne in June 1870....   [tags: Otto Van Bismarck, international tensions]

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From Warrant Officer to Police Officer

- After completing the GEMS essay it was determined that I am an Upward Mobile Analyst; a technical expert. I agree with the conclusion that was made based on my responses to the survey. As a Warrant Officer in the Army National Guard I am expected to be a technical expert in my field, radar systems. I am also expected to be an expert in my career field as a police officer. I am expected to know the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and how to judiciously enforce them. I strive to learn and retain everything I can in order to be the most proficient soldier and police officer....   [tags: Vocational Traits]

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Law Enforcement Officers And Police Officers

- ... Law enforcement officers will ultimately encounter ethical dilemmas and depending on the choice they make, society could change for the better or for the worst. In the police workforce, there are four different categories of ethical dilemmas that the police departments face; Loyalty, Discretion, Duty and Honesty (Gaines and Miller 2012). The first of the four categories, Loyalty, is the ethical dilemma officers face when seeing other fellow officers commit offences during their course of action....   [tags: Police, Police officer, Constable, Ethics]

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The Franco-Prussian War

- The Franco-Prussian War During the first half of the nineteenth century, Germany was made up of more than 30 small states, the largest and most dominant of which was Prussia. Prussia had decided that all of the states should all be united to create a bigger and better country, Germany. By the end of 1870 it had forced all of the German states to accept its authority and create the German Empire with the King of Prussia at its head (the Hohenzollen's). Everything was going to plan as Chancellor Prince Otto Von Bismarck (person who was behind the unification of Germany) had anticipated apart from the four large states in southern Germany who remained independent...   [tags: Papers]

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The Relationship Between Police Officers And Society

- ... The public 's and the media 's need for instant news can lead to a negative representation of police. Officer Luis Raimundi, thirteen year veteran of the Hartford Police Department, when asked about the media 's position during an ongoing investigation states that “The media is only provided a limited amount of information during an investigation to preserve evidence.” This transitions into the fact that what the media reports and releases to the public during the earliest stages of an investigation may not always present a true representation of the actual crime committed or the scene, not limited to false descriptions of the positions of the people involved including suspects, victims,...   [tags: Police, Police officer, Constable]

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Cameras And Their Officers Uniforms

- ... The number one concern that worries both officers and the public is the lack of privacy that goes hand by hand with officers being able to record anything they like while on duty. To an officer, having a camera on their person recording their every move and every word can not only be very uncomfortable and distracting but an invention of their privacy. They would no longer be able to speak their mind or scratch their armpit or something so simple as to sneeze without feeling like the camera on their uniform is preventing them from doing so and feeling comfortable and safe while doing it....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Police officer]

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Body Cameras By Police Officers

- ... Butler, a lawyer with the Maryland Crime Victim Resource Center argues that the public should not be given the access to video footage obtained by police body cams during incidents such as domestic violence or sexually abused victims. In a report from the Force Science Institute, titled, “10 limitations of body cams you need to know for your protection” published by police one. According to Dr. Bill Lewinski, executive director of the Force Science Institute said using information from a footage of a camera to condemn an officer for his action can be dangerous because it’s not providing all the information needed....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Police officer]

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The Importance of the Chief Information Officer

- The Chief Information Officer is also known by the title Information Technology Director. According to the US Department of Labor, “Chief Information Officers are responsible for the overall technological direction of their organizations.” (bls.gov). Contained within their various functions the Chief Information Officer has the ability to conduct the hiring of Information Technology professionals and other support personnel that can ably assist in accomplishing information technology related projects....   [tags: Corporate Organization]

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The Video Begins With An Officer

- ... In spite of the officer’s simple question, Sandra’s rudeness escalates. The officer then asks her to remove from the vehicle. I personally do not think the two rude remarks from Sandra gives him justice to have her get out of the car. He could have just written her a warning or intensified the warning to a ticket for her rudeness and moved on. I do not believe she was hostile enough to be asked to get out of the car, but she could have gestured or acted suspicious which could have led the officer to ask her to get out....   [tags: Question, Sentence, Interrogative word]

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The Career Of A Correctional Officer

- ... The DCAS, which is to be passed by one who wishes to be a correctional officer, is similar to the ASVAB, which is to be passed by one who wishes to be a part of the armed forces. A passing score on the DCAS is a 70; however, if one wants to be increase their likelihood of getting hired, they should aim for a 90 or better. In addition to being ideal on paper, a correctional officer has to posses strong leader, social, behavioral, and personality traits. Without these traits, a correctional officer will not be able to do his/her job adequately....   [tags: Prison, Penology, New York, New York City]

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A Life Of A Correctional Officer

- ... Between the different criminal justice facilities, the mission and goals between them are vastly different, although there is very little contrast in the roles that correctional officers play in these facilities. Correctional officers are solely in charge of the direct and constant supervision of prisoners and administering the security procedures and protocols within a facility. These officers also need to be extremely well informed in the technical and interactive realm of the prison system as daily interactions with the inmate population requires them to have strict adherence to policies and a sharp attention to detail....   [tags: Prison, Criminal justice, Corrections, Penology]

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The Role Of A Correctional Officer

- Correctional officers and gender have been an issue throughout prisons and jails since the start of having female correctional officers after the civil rights act of 1964. The role of a correctional officer was kept to the same gender prior to the civil rights act and was frowned upon if challenged. Female officers worked at female correctional facilities and male officers worked at male correctional facilities, after the civil rights act of 1964 the challenge was set forth to change correctional facilities gender ‘profiling” for the rest of time....   [tags: Gender, Female, Male, Sex]

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Police Officers And The Criminal Justice System

- ... In fact, police officers now also perform the immigration duties once exclusive to INS agents, meaning that INS agents are now essentially police officers. Before you can become a police officer, you must first meet the minimum qualifications. Police officers usually work a 40-hour week, but paid overtime work is common. Shift work is often necessary because police protection must be provided around the clock. Police officers need to meet physical agility, strength, fitness and vision requirements....   [tags: Police, Police officer, Constable, Crime]

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A Report On The Police Officer

- ... When there is a potential search situation, the Residence Life staff must obtain approval from the Assistant Vice President of Housing, Food Services, and Residence Life. Approval is only granted after the reason for the search, the person(s) who is to search the room, and the object(s) being sought are clarified. Searches are usually conducted in the presence of the students living in the room, and only in unusual cases would the room be searched in their absence”. I would like to point out that the incident occurred between the hours of 11 PM and 12 AM....   [tags: Police, Constable]

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The Ethical Dilemma Of A Patrol Officer

- ... The intimidation of ticketing the mayor could hinder someone’s unbiased opinion on what is right and wrong. Using the Golden Mean as the mediator for this case, I believe that arresting the mayor would be an excessive punishment, but on the flip side letting him go would be a deficient response to the problem. His influence in the community could not waver the Golden Rule’s ability to mediate a sufficient punishment. This ethical system helps support the decision to ticket the reckless driver....   [tags: Ethics, Morality, Duty, Deontological ethics]

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A Report On A Community Patrol Officer

- ... Just prior to Phoenix Police arriving, some members of the group left. As Phoenix Police arrived on scene, several of the partygoers ran into the apartment. One male was outside by the staircase and was first contacted by police. I could clearly hear him tell the officer that he was not living there but has been staying there. He went inside and closed the door. A few minutes later another male came outside and talked to police. He told the officer that it was not his apartment but belonged to another person who was not there....   [tags: Stewart Copeland, English-language films]

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A Career as a Parole Officer

- Parole Officer I am writing on being a parole officer. I am giving information on them. My mom was on probation so I have had my experiences with probation and how positively it could affect one’s life. They focus on keeping people that were in jail under control, when they get out. They need and use the same equipment as a police officer. They have some different equipment then police officers. They make lots of money. There are also different types of parole officers. A person needs at least a bachelor’s degree to become a parole officer....   [tags: degree, criminals, probation]

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Is Georgia A Security Officer?

- ... Just like with any other security agency, they want to know that they can trust their officers. A candidate with a felony conviction on their record are seen as not being qualified. Because most security officers work their entire shifts with no supervision, the company that they work for needs to know that they can be trusted to do their jobs appropriately and not have to worry about their integrity. Unfortunately, a felony conviction comes across as being a red flag on the candidate’s integrity....   [tags: Police, Security, Security guard, Felony]

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Detailed Overview of an HR Officer

-   Contents Executive Summary: 4 Introduction: 5 Methodology and Limitation 5 1. Determining own Responsibility and Performance 5 1.1 Responsibilities and performance objectives: 5 1.2 Effectiveness in meeting objectives: 6 1.3 Recommendations for improvement: 6 1.4 How motivational techniques can be used to improve quality of performance: 7 Employee Assistance: 7 Interesting Work: 7 Fair treatments: 7 Open & frequent communications: 7 Competent supervision: 7 Career security: 7 Performance feedbacks: 7 Medical & health: 8 2 interpersonal& transferable skills 8 2.1 Development of interpersonal& transferable skills 8 2.2 Communication in various styles and level: 9 Oral communication with oper...   [tags: Work Objectives, Team Dynamics]

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Police Officers And A Poor Justice System

- ... Furthermore, active duty police officers must be subject to another background check; if they have displayed any biased action or racism towards any particular group of citizens then the officer will be fired from his position. The hiring process must require a psychology assessment. This psych evaluation should determine prospective employees’ personality and behaviors. Essential the test will be utilized to determine how well he or she can and will handle pressure, and if they are suitable for the job they desire....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Police officer]

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Police Officers Should Be Restricted On Duty

- ... The way that this is done is being in control of "your tone of voice, body language, and facial expressions everything that was just listed can make all the difference"(Klein,22). That’s exactly what Darren Wilson did he set his authority, but everything just went down hill from their in the end Darren Wilson shot and killed an unarmed black male named Michael Brown. With this all being said the police department needs to spend more money on the training of these police officer. If anything these officers need to spend more time in the academy and the academy needs to spend more time teaching about the physical responsibilities that this job brings a huge emotional responsibility....   [tags: Police, Police officer, Police brutality]

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The Importance Of Being A Police Officer

- Being a police officer you are put in many stressful situations. Each day seems to have its own unique set of problems to deal with. No two radio calls that I have been dispatched have been the same. There is always some type of variation. When you get put in different calls you have to learn to make decisions quickly. You get seconds to make a decision and your bosses get as long as they want to evaluate the decision. This is why it is important to think quickly and think correctly. One moment of lapse in judgment can cause you to lose your job or even worse someone can get hurt....   [tags: Suicide, Death, Mental disorder, Schizophrenia]

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The Sworn Title Of Police Officer

- ... This creates a dilemma for police in how they balance between maintaining public safety and order to aggressively fighting crime (Howell et al., 2004). Howell et al. (2004) concluded that findings from previous research indicated that the pass practices of police towards African Americans influence their negative feeling towards them. However, findings also show the reactions of whites when “the "normal" social order is reversed. For example, in a majority black context, whites, who are accustomed to holding the dominant position in society, show a tendency to penalize the police, a social institution that they typically embrace” Howell et al....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, African American]

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The Death Of A Police Officer

- Introduction: Imagine walking home from work late at night, down the same usual path as every other night, in the same work clothes as always, but this time, pulled behind the bushes by a man who decided he wanted to sexually assault the women on this path tonight. Now picture the feeling that would occur if the police officer filing the report began victim-blaming, saying “women should not dress like sluts if they do not want to be raped.” Men on a daily basis are sexually assaulting women, but whenever a woman tries to bring it to the attention of the police, the case is casually dismissed and seen as though it should be let go, because the woman was obviously asking for it....   [tags: Rape, Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior]

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Responsibilities Of A Jail Officer

- ... 305). Disciplinary actions vary in every correctional facility, and policies and procedures regarding the allegations of employee misconduct is investigated differently as well. In the Houston Police Department, the department’s disciplinary system shall be governed in accordance with all applicable state and federal laws, and shall be guided by the Houston Police Department corrective action manual (Houston Police Department General Orders, 2012). A correctional officer’s demeanor and professionalism will create an impact on how jail inmates perceive him or her....   [tags: Prison, Rape, Police, Criminal justice]

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Empowerment of the American Noncommissioned Officer

- Empowerment of the American Noncommissioned Officer The United States Army history covers a period of over two centuries. Throughout the course of those years, the ever-increasing empowerment of the Noncommissioned Officers (NCO) has progressively taken on a more demanding role. These Soldiers are the most professional, educated and disciplined NCOs throughout the world. They have obtained an increasing empowerment through factors of education, technology, and modern tactics used from an all-volunteer Army....   [tags: army, United States, NCO, education, tactics]

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Discrimination Against A Police Officer

- ... In Westchester County there are eight percent of black officers and fifth-teen percent as the population. As for the Hispanics population there are ten percent as Hispanic officers and twenty two percent of the people in Westchester County are Hispanic. The rest of the percentage are White people or others. This makes the population of whites and others of eighty- two percent populated in the police departments in the county. Westchester County police commissioner George Longworth states “The challenge for hiring minorities involve infrequent civil service exams for law enforcement, lower retirement rates due to fewer employment opportunities for officers looking to start a second career...   [tags: Police, Constable, Law enforcement agency]

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The Death Of A Police Officer

- ... Only one fourth of all hostages display Stockholm syndrome after a period of captivity. Victims of kidnapping, domestic abuse and hostage situations are all examples of traumatic situations where Stockholm syndrome may occur. Researchers agree that the exact reason some people develop Stockholm syndrome while others do not is too complex to pinpoint. They have however named three central characteristics that make Stockholm syndrome more likely to occur. The victim is isolated from others, the length of time in captivity is long or perceived to be long by the victim, and the captor shows the victim some form of kindness during the captivity (TV Tropes)....   [tags: Abuse, Bullying, Patty Hearst, Victim]

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The For The Chief Nursing Officer

- ... 364). The microsystem encompasses a central team of health care providers, a healthcare team that provides care for a well-defined population; framework for information technology; the setting where care is provided; comprising of equipment; and the practices connected through the care that is provided (Roussel et al., 2016, p. 365). Utilizing the analysis of the Five P’s identified by Roussel et al. (2016) is one strategy that provides the CNO with an extensive review of the clinical aspects of a microsystem, which comprises of the “purpose, the patients (population), the processes, the patterns, and the providers” (p....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Medicine]

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Interview to a Police Officer

- Born and raised on the Big Island of Hawaii, Captain Sameul Jelsma of Pahoa Police Station has served as a police officer for more than two decades. He is the commander of the station and he oversees the lower Puna district. Before he joined the Hawaii Police Department, he served in the US military. When he was in the army, he decided to come back and serve his own community. He was initially enlisted as a patrol officer but his commitment and hard work rewarded him with promotions as the result of which he became a captain....   [tags: law enfocement, personal analysis]

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Evolution of the Police Officer

- Police officers serve and protect the people in their community. The earliest police force was established around the 1750’s. Although the first police force in the modern sense came to be over 250 years ago, the purpose they had is the same as today. As with the rest of the world advancing and progressing, the police force has advanced in many ways which have made them a more efficient and capable unit, in order to more fully accomplish their purpose of serving their community. In the next few paragraphs you will learn how training, equipment, work environment and techniques have changed and evolved in the police force....   [tags: Law Enforcement ]

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The Company 's Ethics Officer

- ... If Britt decides to go to the ethics officer, everyone in the group would lose the chance of earning the bonus money. In my opinion, Britt should not go to the company’s ethics officer, because big firms do not hire employees for having high morality. Big firm’s wants employees who are ambitious enough to make important decisions that will profit the company but not necessarily the right way. 2. Britt, as the most junior member of the team, has less of an ethical duty than more senior members of the team because senior members have more knowledge about the firm’s ethical procedures....   [tags: Ethics, Business ethics, Morality, Philosophy]

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Criminal Justice System Police Officers

- Within the criminal justice system police officers carry a significant role. Their daily duties include a variety of challenging tasks such as paperwork, highway patrol, interviews, and emergency response. These officers typically work full time (day and nights shifts) long hours, and overtime. Police officers have a significant amount of responsibility to the community. They are expected to maintain law and order by preventing crime, protecting the community, and decrease the fear of crime. The difficult tasks, long hours and pressure police officers undergo make their jobs very taxing on their psychological and psychical conditions for them and their families....   [tags: Police, Constable, Psychology, Police officer]

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Evaluation of Police Officer Candidates

- Workforce selection practices have become more prominent over the years, particularly with law enforcement recruitments. This enhanced use of process selection allows for more advanced methods of assessing police officers. One reason for this extreme emphasis on selection systems is the elimination of unqualified police recruit applicants, thus ensuring that monetary resources are not wasted on the ill-equipped (Cochrane., Tett., & Vandecreek, 2003). Several factors impact the potential success or failure of police recruits, including tertiary studies; efficient communication skills; previous moral and ethical behaviour and psychological adequacy of recruits....   [tags: Selection of Law Enforcement Candidates]

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Antwone As A Petty Officer

- ... At this stage, it seemed that Antwone did not complete the developmental tasks of self-control which would hinder the successful move to the next stage. For toddlers, self-control is the ability to comply with a request, modify behavior according to the situation, initiate or postpone action, and behave in a socially acceptable way without having to be guided or directed by someone else. One of Antwone’s presenting problems is physical aggression and his attitude towards fighting. This would indicate a limited functioning in his right cerebral cortex which is responsible for social-emotional reasoning....   [tags: Attachment theory, Foster care, Family, Emotion]

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The Death Of Police Officer

- ... Ballistic is the study and the effects of firearms. The bullet can provide information of the type of gun that was used at the scene because technology makes things easier. Nowadays we investigate through data if the bullet has any connection with other crimes. This information helps as a guidance towards the identity of the shooter. If the bullets are missing the type of impact they made in the person 's body can help investigators to know what kind of weapon suspect used. At this point, ballistic detail are also commonly inputted into an extensive database that can be accessed by law enforcements agencies all across the country....   [tags: Crime, Police, National DNA database]

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Interview With Chief Nursing Officer

- An interview was conducted with the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at an acute care facility. This discussion revolved around the following: her style of management, style of communication, decision-making skills, technical skills and delegating skills. Before sharing specific responses to each of these, the CNO wanted to clarify that because she was new to the organization and following someone who had been in this position for over 20 years, during the first year and transition phase, there were certain situations in which she was consciously adjusting her leadership style to fit the culture of the organization....   [tags: Interview Essays]

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I Am A Police Officer

- ... I don’t think that decision would go over very well today. Analysis This text followed this simulation in section 2.4(47) through the rest of Chapter 2. The first paragraph outlines very clearly the top 3 issues. Table 2.3(48) clearly states the 3 most important issues and how they were resolved. Also, the simulation in mentioned In Chapter 2 Section 2.6(54), Ratifying the Constitution. Simulation 2 Title You Are A Federal Judge Results My results for this simulation turned out pretty well....   [tags: United States Constitution, U.S. state]

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The Abuse Of Power By Police Officers

- ... For example, there are people out there that don 't feel safe relying on the police department: "A black Greensboro man who nearly lost his job as a result of asking an officer why he was being ordered out of his car during a nightmarish encounter said: 'Every time I see a police officer, I get a cold chill. Even if I needed one, I wouldn 't call one '" ("Political Lies About Police Brutality"). Such case shows how incredibly emotionally abused a person can be, and how our governmental system failed such victims....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Police officer, Abuse]

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Police Officers Are Abusing Their Power

- ... Due to the officers who have no respect for the uniform and badge they wear, citizens have a hard time trusting the police. The abuse of power has been going on for years, for example the Screws V. United States case. In this case Screws, sheriff of Baker County, was said to have forced Robert Hall, an African American male, from his home and arrested him. Once they arrived at the courthouse, Screws along with Jones and Kelly, allegedly beat Hall with their fists and a solid bar while he was handcuffed for 30 min and within an hour of arriving at the hospital, Hall was pronounced dead....   [tags: Police, Police officer, Police brutality, Law]

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Police Officers Should Wear Body Cameras

- ... Furthermore, policies and procedures can be implemented along with the usage of cameras to ensure that civilians’ privacy is not being invaded. For example, police officers can wear a tag that displays a sign that there is live recording of events taking place or officers must be required to disclose to civilians that there statements and actions are being recorded at the present moment. Another concern of privacy is one that concerns the police officers themselves. Officers may feel oppressed or stressed with a camera constantly recording....   [tags: Police, Constable, Police officer, Camera]

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Bizmarck's Responsibility for Prussian Domination of Germany by 1866

- Bizmarck's Responsibility for Prussian Domination of Germany by 1866 In 1866 Prussia defeated Austria, which enabled Bizmarck to dissolve the German Confederation and exclude Austria from German affairs for good. However there is a great historical debate over how much of a role Bizmarck actually played in the eventual Prussian domination of a united Germany. There is no doubt that he played an important part but other factors must be considered for instance how important the years previous to 1862 when Bizmarck came to power were....   [tags: Papers]

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Officer Fatigue

- Officer fatigue Officer fatigue can be a quite serious problem for police departments. Excess fatigue will generally reduce alertness, decrease performance and worsen mood. These symptoms can reduce officer's performance and safety with potentially life-threatening effects. Patrol officers are expected to remain alert and able to resolve complex, emotional, and potentially dangerous situations. They are expected to be able to multi-task, as well as stay alert during periods of inaction. These activities can be quite difficult for a fatigued officer to complete (Vila 1996)....   [tags: Police Departments, Moonlighting ]

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Ethics Officer

- Ethics Officer However, eliminating unethical behavior does not just stop in the education. Corporations must be governed throughout all their business transactions. The proposal is that all corporations that are publically traded and have shareholders must employ an ethics officer. The ethics officer will be immune from firings that are unjustified. They will not be part of an employment at-will doctrine (Cross & Miller, 2012). It is proposed that the ethics officer also be part of the corporation’s board of directors, and they have the ability to trump all decisions that are unethical....   [tags: Ethics ]

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Bismarck Napoleon III and the Outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War

- Bismarck Napoleon III and the Outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War Bismarck, Napoleon III, and the Outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War The unification of Germany threw all of Europe off its axis. With the formation of this new power there were now five major powers instead of four. This would work to unsettle age-old alliances and confuse the entire European continent for more than twenty years. Not least among the nations swept of their proverbial feet was France. France was a rival with the German alliance long before it merged into one state, but the new stability of a unified Germany made it a much more powerful entity....   [tags: Papers]

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Police Officer Discretion

- Discretion of a police officer is the subject I would like to tackle. In this paper I will discuss the issues I have with the discretion, the problems with these discretions I have, and how some officers may use discretion to their advantage. By the conclusion of the paper the reader will be educated on the subject of discretion and the issues facing it. Discretion is defined by Pollock (2010) as, “having the authority to choose between two or more courses of behavior. Law enforcement professionals have a great deal of discretion regarding when to enforce the law, how to enforce it, how to handle disputes, when to use force, and so on....   [tags: Law Enforcement]

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Police Officer´s Responsibilities

- When you think of police what does it mean to you. The responsibility of a police officer is to protect the public and to serve the community. Also, they detect and to prevent crime, police officers strive to maintain the law. New police officers work with the general duty as patrol divisions, that provides a range of experiences and assignments. The General duty of policing involves patrolling in assigned areas to enforce laws, protect public safety, and arrest criminal suspects either by car, foot, bicycle, or in some cases, horse....   [tags: community, law, safety]

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Career: Police Officer

- CONTENTS PAGE Introduction: 1.1 Definition and description……………………………………………..pg 2 1.2 Qualifications…………………………………………………………….pg 2 Discussion 2.1 History……………………………………………………………………pg 2 2.2 Qualifications……………………………………………………………..pg 3 2.3 Duties………………………………………………………………………pg 3 2.4 Prospects………………………………………………………………….pg 4 2.5 Salary and Wages ……………………………………………………..pg 4 2.6 Unusual facts and information……………………………………….pg 4 Conclusion………………………………………………………………….pg 5 Recommendations……………………………………………………… pg 5 Bibliography ……………………………………………………………….pg 6 Pictures and diagrams…………………………………………………pg 7/8 Introduction: 1.1 Definition and description A police officer is a person...   [tags: Enforce Law, Make Arrests, Investigate Crime]

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What does it Take to be a Police Officer?

- ... There they had statistics of the number of officers that died in the United States each year and how they died. I didn’t know so many officers died every year. Reminded me of how dangerous being a police officer can be. More officers die on duty in the state of California than any other state. Other websites gave me a lot of insight on things like the pay scale, minimum requirements, the danger, what I should expect to do as a police officer and how demanding both physically and mentally the job can be....   [tags: career in law enforcement]

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Foreign Affairs Officer

- What I Already Know Traveling all over the world to discover the allure, refinement, and life of a new culture sounds phenomenal, does it not. Because I do not want to be like Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby and travel all over the world from war or with my illicit money, therefore I have to get a legal and moral job that will permit me to do this. One day on the Internet I stumbled across the potential career of a foreign affairs officer. I concluded that I would have to look into this profession because it sounded quite interesting....   [tags: great recession, career, education]

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Correction Officer Burnout

- At any given time, a single corrections officer, can expect to be outnumbered by upwards of 400 inmates (Conover, 2011). It can be chilling to work in the midst of hundreds of inmates, some of which initiate attacks and inappropriate relationships. However, other issues have impacted the psychological health and physical safety of the staff. Detrimental factors have included heavy workloads, the prisons physical structure, and a lack of support from both peers and superiors. Each workplace issue has been in addition to role problems, specifically role ambiguity and role conflict (Schaufeli & Peeters, 2011)....   [tags: Law Enforcement ]

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The Process of Becoming a Marine Corps Officer

- The Marine Corps has been protecting America’s freedom and acting as a symbol of strength since 1775. The United States Marine Corps is a force for greatness, bound to the words liberty and justice, sworn to protect every American soul. Marines have battled on land, in air, and at sea for their country and many brave men and women have lost their lives in the line of fire. These brave soldiers are lead by intelligent officers who are strong leaders, quick decision makers, and possess great mental toughness....   [tags: ellite military forces]

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An Effective Officer For Music Honor Society

- ... I have seen people express music in two ways over the course of my music education. The first way is by practicing music privately, or hidden from the public eye. The other is by sharing music publically with others and embracing the act of collaborative music. A goal of a Music Honor Society officer is to connect with those who are hiding their talents of music and bring them out by showing them how great music can be. 2. What other organizations/clubs are you planning to go out for next year as an officer....   [tags: High school, Remainder, Students, Tenth grade]

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Why The Reasonable Man / Police Officer

- ... In the next paragraph I will explain the theories used in the “reasonable man/police officer test”. How It Makes Sense Two types of theories are looked at when using this test: deontology and teleology. The ethical perspective of deontology is used to determine what a “reasonable man/police officer” should/ would do based on his/her obligations and duties. In terms of teleology, an explanation or reasoning is determined in regards to the decisions and actions made by a reasonable man/police officer....   [tags: Criminal law, Crime]

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Officer Clay Collins And The Civil War

- ... In his first five years he said that he was very nervous because he was always worried about messing up or more making a serious mistake that would cost him. The base salary a Charles County officer makes is $52,000 a year. Normal patrol officers work a minimum of 10 hours a day while other officers who work in special units like SWAT, Detective, or marine unit usually works 8hours or more. Each day they report to their barracks and go through a briefing of new policies, equipment checks, car checks, and also report briefing on situations that have occurred earlier in the day....   [tags: Police, Constable, Crime, Sheriff]

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Unmanageable Divisions: The Result of Bismarckian Politics in Turn of the Century Germany

- ... An obvious difference of opinion that arose early during this period was on the issue of the separation of church and state; Catholics as well as Protestants opposed this obvious and blatant attack on their interests, while German liberals firmly sided with Bismarck on the issue. This separation of church and state also consequentially caused an even greater schism between the large, predominantly Catholic, Polish minority residing in Eastern Prussia, whose nationality was already suppressed by the required use of the German language in public spheres....   [tags: prussian military, turbulence, laws]

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The Use Of Excessive Force By A Police Officer

- ... Speaking of race, racial profiling has always been been the biggest issue for it especially in the U.S. especially in the Civil Rights Period. Most races, especially African-Americans has always a target of victims to the police because of how they look and how we are stereotyped and by prejudiced as well as for other minorities who are poor, unemployed, and disabled and how it leads to destruction. An example in 1992, in California, a man named Rodney king was pulled over by two cops because he was driving under the influence....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Rodney King]

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My Dream Is A Law Enforcement Officer

- ... My goal is to lose 30 pounds, and workout in order to gain muscles by summer 2016. The thirs factor neede in order to reach my goal is passing the police entrance exam. The police entrance exam is required by the Laredo Law enforcement agency. The exam consiste in different subjects with cases, basic law knowledge and criminal justice, sociaology and psychology basic terminology. In addition, the exam contains the actual criminal justice system, that consist in questions related in the processing criminals....   [tags: Police, Law enforcement agency, Law]

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The Role of the Chief Knowledge Officer at Xerox

- A new vocation has developed within corporations that drastically impacts the way companies manage their information and internal knowledge. This position has many titles, but most commonly is referred to as the CKO, the chief knowledge officer. The responsibilities of this position primarily focus on managing unstructured information and internal knowledge. Xerox refers to this raw data as assets, or more formally, “intellectual capital,” “knowledge assets,” or “intangible assets.” Because knowledge management is considered a tactical occupation, Xerox considers the CKO a part of the upper management team....   [tags: Business Management]

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I Am A Law Enforcement Officer

- ... Since that day I realized that my sole purpose in this world was to become a State Trooper, but in order for me to become one I had to fulfill some requirements. According to the Department of Public Safety, in order for a person to become a State Trooper he or she must be at least 21 after completing the academy and must at least have 60 earned college hours or two years of military experience (Education Requirements for Trooper). So, I decided to go to college and acquired a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology....   [tags: Police, Law enforcement agency, Law]

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The Terminal Stage of the Unification of Germany

- ... The terminal stage of the unification of Germany was forced through the Franco-Prussian War, a war in which a coalition of German states led by Prussia defeated France. The war marked the end of French Hegemony in continental Europe and resulted in the establishment of a unified Germany. The rise of another powerful nation disturbed the established balance of power, which sparked the Great War. With the technological advancements form the previous centuries, the nations began to enhance their army and military power in order to glorify their nations; hence creating the Von Schlieffen Plan, German naval law, and Trans-Siberian Express....   [tags: franco-prussian war, unification]

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