Experiences in a police officers background that is

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Experiences in a Police Officer's Background That Is Capable of Influencing His or Her Discretionary Decisions There are various experiences that most of the police officers face in most of their backgrounds. These skills have the capability of influencing the discretionary decisions made by most of these police officers (Aepli, Olivier, and Everet 167). Most of the law enforcement officers are known to have the ability to carry all their past experiences when they come to the job. Various family values which include things like socialization most so through the family together with multiple forms of attitudes that are capable of influencing most of the decisions made by the police officers are among one of the experiences. If a particular police officer has learned some prejudice conditions against a specific ethnic group, most of the decisions made will be influenced.
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Surname 3 In conclusion, the police discretion should not be limited. Eradicating officer discretion will lead to the occurrence of many arrests that might not be necessary at all.
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Surname 4 Works Cited Aepli, Pierre, Olivier Ribaux, and Everett Summerfield. Decision Making in Policing: Operations and Management . Lausanne, Switzerland: EPFL Press, 2011. Print. Peak, Kenneth J. Introduction to Criminal Justice: Practice and Process . Los Angeles, Calif. [u.a.: SAGE, 2015. Print. Young, Bernice B. Police Discretion in Contemporary America ., 2011. Internet resource.
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