The Path of the Warrior: An Ethical Guide to Personal & Professional Development in the Field of Criminal Justice

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Looseleaf Law Publications, 2005 - Social Science - 134 pages
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Discover the keys to being a better officer, citizen and individual Scores of officers nationwide have used this resource to develop an ethically sound warrior mind-set that dictates the way they live their lives in the field, off-duty, and forever. Dr. Jetmore brilliantly melds universal concepts of ethical behavior with real-world scenarios, then challenges you with provocative questions that help you grasp the nuances of right, wrong and the gray areas in between. Learn to live your life confidently, respectfully and fully while meeting the demands of your job
 

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Larry F. Jetmore, Ph. D., a 21 year veteran and former captain and commander of the Hartford, Connecticut, Police Department Investigative Services Bureau, has held a variety of patrol, investigative, management, and training commands throughout his career. He is director of the National Police Testing Service and has administered and created police promotional examinations for departments across the country. Dr. Jetmore received a doctorate in organizational development from the Union Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio; a master's degree in education and a bachelor's degree in business from Eastern Connecticut State University; and an associate degree in criminal justice from Manchester Community College. He teaches courses at several colleges and consults for police and private security agencies throughout New England.

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