Academic Professionalism in Law Enforcement

Academic Professionalism in Law Enforcement

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Examines the history of police education, methods of policing affected by education, and difficulties of attaining high police education standards, focusing on police practice in the Los Angeles Police Department. Applies a construct validation approach in determining whether college-educated patrol officers in the LAPD possess attitudinal characteristics different from non-college-educated officers. Includes the study questionnaire, variables used, and definitions of key terms. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR... the verbal skills test due to its positive relationship to training course performance and not actual on- the-job performance of the police officer. ... decision cited in a footnote the Civil Service Instructions on aquot;Examining, Testing, Standards, and Employment Practicesaquot; in which ... In 1973, a Texas district court had ruled that it was impermissible to impose educational requirements for any job unless suchanbsp;...

Title:Academic Professionalism in Law Enforcement
Author: Bernadette Jones Palombo
Publisher:Taylor & Francis - 1995

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