25 Biggest Mistakes Law Enforcement Officers Make and How to Avoid Them

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Tate Publishing, Dec 1, 2007 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 142 pages
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25 Biggest Mistakes Law Enforcement Officers Make and How to Avoid Them is an astounding presentation of how to bolster public perception of law enforcement while capitalizing on correcting traditional law enforcement mistakes that have long-been slave to the centralized negative perception of law enforcement.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
11
Foreword
13
It is all about the power
18
I must show off my power in a threatening sort of way
19
Eliminating a powerful threat
21
Yes speak It is okay
24
Observational speech
25
Filters an altered state of perception
27
Friend or enemy?
82
Community policing or window dressing
84
Lessons with punch
88
We got your number
89
Overall theft
94
Sneaky
95
Great dog gratuity
100
Beef and cheddar
101

I misunderstood
29
I knew she would cry
31
He was gangster
32
What is going on?
33
I thought I understood
35
Control I believe
38
Pull Over Already
40
Us vs Them
44
Brotherly love
45
Traffic Stop or Bust
52
Mean old cop
53
Youre under arrest
55
Do not fear to negotiate
60
Cheerleading
66
Paint ball
67
Spanish Lesson
68
I was robbed
78
I was ready this time
104
The cabana boy
108
What the heck?
112
Happy birthday
116
Im a cop
117
Leads computer
119
I gotta make my quotas tonight
122
Bad day
127
My second wife is leaving me too?
130
My partner sucks
132
I need to get drunk
134
The chain of command now everybody knows
136
Bars
138
Conclusion
139
References
141
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