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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/9/11 BY: Jessie Lassabe CJS210 December 3, 2009 Broderick and Wilson’s Operational Styles
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1/9/11 Ø Enforcers Ø Idealists Ø Realists Ø Optimists Broderick’s Police Operational Styles
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1/9/11 Maintain order. Less value on the person rights and due process. Do not like their jobs. Return to the “good old days” Enforcers
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1/9/11 Individual rights are number one. The due process is extremely important. Responsible for keeping peace. Mocks the justice system for it’s problems. Idealists
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1/9/11 Looks after number one. Does not even try to help. Thinks due process is a road block. Wants fellow officers support. Realists
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1/9/11 For the people with the people. Job is not crime oriented. Would you like help? Man I love this job. Optimist
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1/9/11 Maintain Order. Control illegal activities and disorderly conduct. Minor violations not a problem. Threats are a great means of interrogations.
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Unformatted text preview: Watchman Style 1/9/11 Runs by the book Brings in heavy revenue. Higher standards. Usually deploys after a scandal. Legalistic Style 1/9/11 Ultimate goal is to help the community. Not fighting a war here people. Problem solvers. Not as many arrest. Service Style 1/9/11 Broderick versus Wilson Conclusion 1/9/11 An Introduction to Policing, 2005, Wadsworth, a division of Thomson Learning Inc., Online resource, accessed on December 3, 2009, from Axia College Marco Giugni and Dominique Wisler, Political Coalitions, Face-To-Face Interactions, and the Public Sphere: An Examination of the Determinants of Repression with Protest Event Data, 1998, online resource, accessed on December 3, 2009, from http:// www.nd.edu/~dmyers/cbsm/vol1/berlin98a.pdf Reference...
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