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Chapter 3 Psychology & Law Enforcement: Selection, Training, and Evaluation Talbot Kellogg Community College Who is the Client? The Public Police corruption Police selection Interviews Police Corruption Gratuities Playing Favorites Minor Bribes Being "Above" the law Role Malfeasance Major Bribes Property Crimes Criminal Enterprise Denying Civil Rights Violent Crimes Police Selection Psychological Tests Situational Tests MMPI 2 3 Validity Scales (LFK) Police Training The role of the police psychologist Consultant/ Teacher Curriculum Review and Development FitnessforDuty Evaluations Specialized training Wellness Training Specialized Training Improving ______ & _______ wellness through the ___________ of healthy behaviors and the ________ of behavioral risk factors. Interviewing the Mentally Ill Individual Response to Domestic Violence Marital problems Alcohol/ Drug/ Smoking behaviors Recreational activities Surviving Critical Incidents Stress Management Burnout A jobrelated condition of mental, physical and emotional exhaustion. Specialized Training (cont.) Hostage Negotiations Who does it (Primary Negotiator)? Why? Police Psychologists Role? Training Prior to the HT Consult during the HT negotiations ...
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, Talbot Kellogg Community College, Police corruption Police, Bribes Property Crimes, specialized training, Favorites Minor Bribes