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Fascination Stage (1-4 year)
Frustration Stage (4-8 year)
Been There done that stage (8-15 year)
Acceptance Stage (15th- beyond)
Per Daggy, how can burnout be prevented?
Change apply for a promotion
According to Daggy, what happens after an officer has used deadly force?
Desk duty while they investigate the shooting
What does Daggy say about officers signing releases for their photos to be released to
Don’t do it
What does Daggy identify as being the officer’s most “common run,” the one that will
“never go away”?
How does Daggy explain “reasonable suspicion” (something he states is not taught
well in the FTO program)?
What does Daggy say regarding the documentation of “problem people”?
What are Daggy’s thoughts on going to court? On the behavior of attorneys in court?
What does Daggy say regarding police requests for/acceptance of free food/food
According to Daggy, what defensive tactics are taught at the academy?
Pressure point Control tactics
How does Daggy characterize the interview process? What should an interviewee do to
better ensure success during the interview? How can one prepare for this process?
Read some books on interviewing, they should be well dressed clean cut, shake hands and spend about 3 minutes answering each question
What are Daggy’s comments as to the relevance of college education to one’s policing
What does Daggy appear to think advantages certain officers during the Academy
experience (e.g., former military)?
Make it through the acedmey bc they went through bootcamp
According to Daggy, why do people choose to become officers?
Because they have either served in the military and want to serve on a more intimate scale or their parents have served.
Who comprises the following categories of people (as discussed by Daggy): sheep,
wolves, and sheep dogs?
What does Daggy mean by suggesting that policing is a “warrior” profession? Does he
believe this mentality to be inborn, nurtured (by the Academy), or both?
According to Daggy, what are the 3 tenets of the police officer’s code of honor (the
ones to which he adheres)? What do these tenets entail?
Obligation-An obligation to yourself, making it home safe and another to the community and your department.
-Justice-Knowing the difference between right and wrong
-Courage- being brave and facing the danger involved w/ the job
What were the key findings of the Minneapolis Domestic Violence Experiment?
What are the steps in the S.A.R.A. model of policing? What are ways in which they can
be carried out? (We worked through this in a class activity.)
According to Herman Goldstein, how are primary police goals different from secondary
police goals? Which of these does he think should be the police focus? What
does Goldstein think is the “end product of policing” (the police role)?
What is the ACLU’s “Police Tape,” and how does it assist in policing the police?
O.W. Wilson’s “Police Arrest Privileges in a Free Society,” written before the seminal
Terry v. Ohio decision, essentially calls for police to have the ability to do what?
What contributions to modern policing in the United States is August Vollmer credited
Use of fingerprints
-Radio communication in patrol cars
-Centralized police records system
-Patrol by bicycle, motorcycle and car
How does a patronage system of employment differ from that of a merit system?
What contributions to modern policing did Sir Robert Peel make?
Getting out in the community dealing w/ the daily issues that concern civilians.
-Centralized headquarters accessible to the public
-Coverage day and night
- Coverage across large designated areas (Beats)
BUSTED: The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters: What 3 things does this
video instruct viewers to remember to say during traffic stops by police? What
types of citizen encounters with the police does this video address? Which Amendments are addressed in this video?
-Sound Disturbance (House Party)
-Talking to you on the street
Be able to apply the crime/problem analysis triangle.
Know that crime clusters in these 3 ways: repeat offenders, repeat victims, repeat
Repeat Offenders- Attacking different ppl at different places.
-Repeat Victims-Repeatedly attacked by different offenders at different places
-Repeat places- (Hot Spots) Involving different offenders and different targets interacting at the same place
As discussed in class and via completion of the corresponding activity on police
department mission statements, how do these paradigms in American policing
differ: political, professional, community, and homeland security?
Political has to do with politics and who is mayor may change what happens in the department.
Professional- Militaristic hierarchy of policing organization, merit system of hire.
Community-Partnership between police and citizens, renewed interest in foot patrols.
Homeland Security- Tighter coupling between federal and local law enforcement.
What did Einstein say regarding peace being maintained by the police and the courts?
Per Daggy, at what level of policing is corruption most common?
Per Daggy, which federal law enforcement agency is closest to municipal or state police?
Per Daggy, which is more likely to occur: officer death by suicide or homicide?
What are Daggy’s thoughts regarding the uniformed police officer’s role in fighting terrorism?
Be familiar with the definition of affirmative action that I provided (via PowerPoint slide) in class.-Affirmative
Affirmative Action-Postive steps takn to increase representation of women and minorities in areas of employment,education, and business where they have been historically excluded
What is meant by a “BFOQ” and does one conceivably permit employment
An employment qualification that employers are allowed to consider in rendering decisions aboout hiring and retaining employees. If such characteristics affect carrying out necessary operations of a particular job. Yes
Are quotas permitted under affirmative action?
Why did the DOJ get involved in the hiring practices of Dayton PD? What
resulted from this intervention?
They said the test was to hard and the passing grade should be lowered to an F
What is meant by a “compelling state interest”?
In class, via an activity, I discussed cases involving officers who felt that
their exercise of the 1st Amendment had been unjustly abridged. In
what ways were these officers asserting their 1st Amendment rights?
Some where off duty just doing a hobby, another was on facebook, one didn’t want to patrol a muslim church cause it was against his religon
In class, we discussed NYC’s Shomrim. In the documentary we watched on the civilian patrol, what 3 types of encounters were showcased?
D.C.’s Gay and Lesbian Liaison Unit (documentary): Why was this unit created?
So that the Gay and lesbian community felt safe and were able to report crimes against them, also to teach other officer on how to interact with the gay and lesbian community
Jerome Skolnick's conceptualization of police officer's working personality: danger, authority, efficiency (how the nexus of the three relates to deception)
Danger-Officers working peronality develops from thies element, officeres constantl yon the lookout for those who might break or are breaking the law; fosters suspicion of all; impedes friendships w/ civilans
-Efficency-The ablity to do or produce w/o wasting resources like time and energy.-Authority- Combined w/ suspicion, can result in officers becoming isolated, civilans percive officers as outsiders
Nicholas Alex's concept of "double marginality"
-The instuctors refered to only males, kind of letting it be known that police work is for men.
-Students and instructors perpetuated the idea that women are not as qualified for police jobs as men bc they arde different in ways
The act of government agents or officials that induces a person to commit a crime he or she wouldn't commit
What were the outcomes in each of these trials for the four implicated LAPD officers?
Use of force: Tennessee v. Garner, Graham v. Connor (Graham factors and reasonableness of force)
What transacted between the NYPD and Sean Bell? Amadou Diallo? Tyisha Miller?
How does the seminal Mapp v. Ohio case qualify as an example of police brutality?
How did the ruling in Terry v. Ohio arguably open the “floodgates for racial harassment and profiling”?
Per Daggy, to what extent do the police affect crime? Put differently, how responsible are the police for “crime problems”?
post 9/11 who joined in defending racial profiling
George W. Bush to John Ashcroft. Jesse Jackson to Al Gore. Virtually Everyone
Which constitutional Amendment governs lawful searches and seizures, including those
within the body?
What are identified pitfalls associated with police officers drawing blood from
suspected drunk drivers?
Under what criminal offense does the prohibition of filming/taping police work typically fall?
What did the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals say about Illinois' felony law prohibiting the audio
recording of police work?
What arguments does red-light camera opponent Jay Beeber offer?
In lieu of these cameras, what does he propose will make roadways safer?
What is “General Schwartzkopf criminology”?
What explanations have been offered for paramilitary unit policing?
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