Unformatted text preview: Study Guide 2 CRJU 311 TERMS: patrol function detective function control beats proactive beats Split Force Patrol accreditation discretion officer initiated activities scarecrow effect Kansas City Gun Experiment contingency management police subculture policing working personality formal socialization informal socialization preventive patrol call for service administrative duties general patrol Kansas City Patrol Experiment response time first responders Directed Patrol Specialized Patrols Differential Response management subculture management tasks random patrol norm customs line functions values confidential informant Ohio v Terry Rovario V United States socialization Posse Commitatus Act 1878 Rituals reasonable force deadly force The Phoenix Study Police brutality Police corruption Firearms use Use of force Absolute ethics Tennessee v. Garner Ethics Fleeing Felon Doctrine Control continuum Force continuum The Lautenberg Amendment Subjectivism Verbal brutality Brutality symbolization Police subculture Racial profiling Slippery slope Police ethics Situational ethics Cultural relativism Relative ethics Deadly force Code of silence Literal brutality Ethical relativism Conventionalism Diversity thesis Dependency thesis Brutality scope Patrick v. Murphy Discussion Questions: 1. Compare and contrast absolute, relative and situational ethics and how they are applied to both subject and conventional interpretations of police conduct. A complete answer would apply dangers addressed through the Slippery slope perspective to all three ethical perspectives. 2. Define and illustrate the concept of a "police brutality scope." A complete answer would include a definition, application, comparison and contrast of literal, verbal and symbolic brutality. 3. Explain what factors affect the exercise and scope of police discretion. 4. Define the term “police subculture” and how its affects differ between line patrolmen and police executives. A complete answer would include a review of the socialization process and agents in police subcultures. 5. Define, compare and contrast dependency and diversity thesis. ...
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- Spring '11
- police subculture, Split Force Patrol, City Patrol Experiment, police brutality scope.