Tag Archives: Police Officer Code of Ethics

The Social Contract Theory of John Locke

The Social Contract Theory of John Locke Recently in a conversation regarding the social contract theory I mentioned a paper I wrote for my maters degree.  After reading several versions of others, I thought I would share as well.  While … Continue reading

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Marine Corps Barracks Life

Marine Corps Barracks Life Marine Corps Barracks Life, a “Time for Change.”  Read the “Craig’s List post and enjoy the humor before reading my post about the accuracy and need for adjustments. FROM CRAIG’S LIST: $1000 / 1br – 225ft² … Continue reading

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Alabama Man Arrested for Online Soliciting a Minor

This is the best and most rewarding piece of police work I have ever done. The article is fairly accurate and the interdiction was a fluke that turned into a huge investigative milestone… Alabama man arrested for online soliciting BY … Continue reading

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Probable Cause

The definition of probable cause is found within the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America. According to Cornell School of Law (2011) publication, the Amendment reads as follows: “The right of the people to be … Continue reading

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Consulting Legal Teams in Police Related Strategies

Legal Team Consulting in Police Related Strategies The unique service, consulting defense attorneys, is a hard find because more often than not, officers do not want to delve back into the situations from which they just departed. The services offered … Continue reading

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Arrested for DWI – but its an Officer – Not Good for the 99% of the Great One’s…

A police officer was fired after being charged with DUI while in his patrol vehicle in South Carolina. Officers received a call about a suspicious car at a Chesterfield fast food restaurant early Sunday morning and upon arrival, found the … Continue reading

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Circling Back to the Beginning

I initially started this blog for the purpose of discussing all things police: the impossible positions officers are put in daily, the compromising positions they often put themselves in, and the giant black cloud that a few give to many. … Continue reading

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Retired Police Corporal Chris Grollnek and the Police Code of Ethics

Todays need for officers to rely on a set of ground rules and ethos is vital to retain public trust. With all the negative media in the papers and on line regarding officer misconduct and professional standards, it is nice … Continue reading

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