Public Relations and Professionalism

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Running head: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND PROFESSIONALISM CHECK POINT 1 Public Relations and Professionalism Check Point Tanita D. Wright CJS/250 March 9, 2012 Robert Clark
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PUBLIC RELATIONS AND PROFESSIONALISM CHECK POINT 2 Public Relations and Professionalism Check Point What are some examples from the article concerning the importance of private security industry members having the same level of professionalism as public law enforcement officers? Members of the private security industry need to carry a professional demeanor, just as the public police officers do when conducting their jobs because in all reality, private security officers outnumber the public police officers by the dozen. Another reason that private security should maintain professionalism is that if there are too many complaints against a private security company for misuse of powers it could cause the company to be shut down. As mentioned in the article, some states do require that the private security personnel go through the same basic training that public officers do and they are hired to
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