During the _____ communications process, a limited number of people share thoughts, identify and solve problems, and develop new ideas through synergism.
Many experts on policing believe that the single greatest obstacle to achieving accountability for police behavior is:
A subculture is:
An ethical culture can be established and maintained in a police organization through:
Police officer bills of rights:
The consequences of police misconduct and unethical behavior include:
Effective verbal and non-verbal communication in police work is:
Unethical police behavior can be prevented if police agencies:
A common characteristic of professions and professionalism includes:
Select the correct statement.
Unethical (unprofessional) police behavior:
How can police misconduct be prevented? Corrected?
What purpose does a police officer bill of rights serve?
A police officer is interrogating a criminal suspect. During the interrogation the police officer falsely states that an accomplice to the crime under investigation has already confessed. Is the officer’s lack of truthfulness unethical? Explain your response.
Officers Smith and Jones are discussing recent events and Officer Jones shares details of a falsified police report Jones filed in an arrest Jones made a day earlier. How should Officer Smith respond?