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Running head: CIVIL LIABILITY AND CORRUPTION Civil Liability and Corruption Felipe Duran Unit # 5 Individual Project American Intercontinental University Dr. Telesco 1
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CIVIL LIABILITY AND CORRUPTION Abstract Many police departments are sued each year because of negligent conduct. There are over 30,000 lawsuits filed each year in the United States. In total, the amount law enforcement agencies spend on these lawsuits are 700 billion. Since these numbers are so high, many police departments want to train officers to not mess up and do these things to get them sued. Many of these lawsuits averagely pay 2 million per lawsuit. Something that also comes into place is corruption. There are officers out there that do something for their own personal gain which also leads to the agency getting sued. 2
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CIVIL LIABILITY AND CORRUPTION Accepting Unlawful Gratuities You should absolutely not take a free meal. The reason you should not take a free meal is because it is unfair to those customers in there that do not get a free meal just because they do not serve the public. It makes a huge difference if you accept it while on duty opposed to off duty. If you are off duty you are considered a civilian and if you happen to come across someone offering you a free meal- by all means take it. If you
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