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Police officer height and selected aspects of performance
White, Thomas W.
Bibliography: p. 
|Statement||by Thomas W. White and Peter B. Bloch.|
|Contributions||Bloch, Peter B., 1940- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV8143 .W48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||75034732|
Attitudes of Supervisors toward Short Police Officers Show all authors. David Lester. David Lester. White, T., Bloch, P. Police officer height and selected aspects of performance. Washington, D. C.: Police Foundation, Google Scholar: Access Options. Height and Life Satisfaction: Evidence from Russia Crossref. According to Oskaloosa Police Officer Blaine Shutts, the dangers are many. “What makes the job challenging is the different people we have to deal with on any given basis. Sometimes you are dealing with people that are on drugs, have mental problems, and might also be carrying weapons that are dangerous to other officers,” Shutts said.
The call came into at a.m. that someone was breaking into her apartment. James McCray, 21, had arrived dressed in dark clothes and a red and black stocking cap, according to police . even if all functions of a police officer did require such force, a physical aptitude test is a more appropriate means of assessing candidate suitability, rather than relying on height (or age); and up to , Greek law imposed different height requirements for men and women seeking entry to the Police.
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Law Enforcement Height and Performance Officer Requirements Author: White, T. Series: From the Archive. Recent Publications. Baltimore Community Input to the Baltimore Police Department Community Policing Plan J. Police officers take on a variety of roles, and performance measures should capture this complexity.
This report describes key considerations in designing police performance measures and includes a detailed review of international best practices. taken this aspect of performance evaluation to an extreme.
J ob dimensions are too basic, simple, and few in number to comprehensively develop and assess an officer’ s capacity to per form his. officers while experiencing the addition of Generation X and Y police officers. “There are differences between the old (traditional) police officer and the new, based on the experiences of the individuals of the baby-boomer generation and those of Generation X and Y” (McCafferty,p.
79). As an example, compare the following discussions. The present research investigates the productivity and performance of a large sample of police officers, beginning in the police academy and through their first 10 years of policing.
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The fact remains that police work affects an officer's personal life, especially the family, and his personal life affects job performance. Any separation of the two is unreal.
job consequences of job-related stress commonly reported by police officers are: • Cynicism and suspiciousness. • Emotional detachment from vari-ous aspects of daily life. • Reduced efficiency. • Absenteeism and early retirement. • Excessive aggressiveness (which may trigger an increase in citizen complaints).
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Lagestad et al  compared police officers' physical fitness test results at academy graduation with the results from the same type of test taken.
Police Foundation. The Washington Post op-ed, "I’m a you don’t want to get hurt, don’t challenge me," captures an attitude toward policing that is common among U.S. law Sunil Dutta, a.
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Packed with study advice and test-taking tips, you Reviews:. Officers receive 8 hours of wellness orientation before entering the field training officer program. When they complete their month probation, officers receive a book on handling the emotional aspects of law enforcement.
Wellness network presentations occur regularly during quarterly sergeant’s workshops and at roll calls throughout the year. McGreevy, T.J. "A Field Study of the Relationship between the Formal Education Levels of Police Officers in St.
Louis, Missouri, and Their Patrol Duty Performance Records." Master's Thesis School of Public Administration and Public Safety, Michigan State University. Although the level of dissatisfaction with police officer performance appraisal systems in many agencies is substantial (Hughes, ; Lilley, ), a recent nationwide survey of six hundred police organizations indicated that overall satisfaction was significantly higher among agencies with greater levels of community policing implementation (Lilley & Hinduja, a).