This selection process is still very much in effect as far as the recruiting

This selection process is still very much in effect

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of this profession as well as the mental capacity to take on the stress that comes along with it. This selection process is still very much in effect as far as the recruiting and hiring process goes.
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Formal rules and regulations are put into effect to create a sense of a workflow and procedures process for the job. All law enforcement must follow the rules and regulations to not only stay compliant with the law but also to protect the citizens they are defending in such manner. The last rule that Weber put into place is impersonality. This rule reflects greatly within all these rules. This rule is put into place to ensure everyone is being treated and are treating everyone to the same effect. This of course is also placed into effect during the hiring and recruitment process. All law enforcement should be impartial and provide no personal opinion to such instances ( Bureaucratic Management | Principles of Management , 2008). References Bureaucratic Management | Principles of Management . (2008). Lumenlearning.Com. - bureaucratic-management/ Deflem, M. (2000). Bureaucratization and Social Control: Historical Foundations of International Police Cooperation. Law & Society Review , 34 (3), 739. NCJRS Abstract - National Criminal Justice Reference Service . (n.d.). . Retrieved October 31, 2020, from ? ID=97541
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Q4: How do law enforcement agencies recruit and hire the most qualified candidates? Be sure to address the applicable federal laws that impact the hiring process, effective recruiting methods for building a diverse law enforcement agency, and the hiring process itself.
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