There are several attitudes and behaviors that, when exhibited by police officers, can cause problems and have a negative impact on community relations. This library solution provides an overview of some of the more common police problems that can lead to poor police-community relations.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 10:14 am ad1c9bdddf
Overview of Potential Problems with Police Officer Attitudes or Conduct that can Negatively Impact Police-Community Relations:
Certain behaviors and attitudes exhibited by some police officers can damage police-community relations. Likewise, when these same behaviors or attitudes are displayed by members of the public toward the police, problems can arise if officers take such conduct personally. Some of these potential problems include: A cynical attitude, intolerance and prejudice, stereotyping, an attitude of superiority, anger and provocation, the officer as an authority symbol, and being manipulated into proving one's self.
Over time police officers can develop a cynical attitude as a result of ...
This library solution provides an overview of several police problems (such as behaviors and attitudes) that can lead to poor police-community relations.
I need assistance on a research problem. I am practicing my dissertation process and want to be clear about my knowledge of each component of the process. The purpose of this activity is I have to design a survey instrument. I want to select an existing public domain survey from the list that corresponds to the topic of interest and use it to design my own survey instrument. The public domain surveys are:
Panel Study of Income Dynamics
National Longitudinal Surveys
Wisconsin Longitudinal Surveys
Health and Retirement Study
National Longitudinal Studies of Adolescent Health
United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service Data Sets.
The Commonwealth Fund: All Surveys
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In designing the survey instrument these five areas should be included:
1.One research question and appropriate hypothesis.
2. Identify the independent and dependent variables.
3.Provide operational definitions for your independent, dependent, and any extraneous or control variables.
4. Identify the questions that address the operational definitions for the variables.
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