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204. The goal of demonstrating civility during every phase of the hiring process and while new hires are being acculturated.

To create a civil work environment.

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204. A police agency must demonstrate civility during every phase of the hiring process and while new hires are being acculturated in order to....

hire in the spirit of service

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204. Creating a civil work environment further encourages...

excellent service to the community.

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204. Civility does not mean tolerance of...

unethical or criminal conduct demonstrated by police officers.

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205. A civil work environment is characterized by...

positive interactions, optimism the dismissal of cynicism and pessimistic beliefs.

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205. Has spawned a culture of incivility in many organizations.

The emergence of casual or undisciplined work environments.

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205. Defining characteristics of a culture of incivility.

discourtesy, constant unapologetic interruptions, vulgar language, gossip, rude and distracting emails.

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205. Civility matters because it powerfully shapes...

the culture of a police agency, its employees, and the community it serves.

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205. Civility determines how...

people interact, perform, solve problems, and interact within a common work environment.

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205. During a new officers training/probationary period, supervisors, instructors, counselors, and field training officers must teach...

civility by demonstrating civil behavior and mentoring those just starting their police careers.

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205. Showing respect for others,projecting can-do attitude, demonstrating concern and acceptance of others, acknowledging kindness, potential, and actively listening to others' concerns, TRAINERS can...

model civil behavior.

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205. Finally, TRAINERS and MENTORS can model civil behavior by demonstrating....

anger management.

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205. A culture of civility during pre-employment screening, basic police academy, and probationary periods creates...

productive, service focused, and satisfied employees.

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205. Officers who are content with and positive about their careers and their agency, deliver...

excellent service, which in turn produces satisfied citizens.

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205. Who has more emotional energy available to tend to their personal lives as well as their careers?

Police officers in a civil work environment.

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205. In this environment, police officers have more emotional energy available to attend to their personal lives as well as their careers.

Civil work environment.

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205. What effect does an uncivil environment have on police officers?

saps their energy and morale.

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205. Positive byproducts of a civil work environment.

– High morale.
– Open communication.
– Productivity.

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206. Using verbal abuse on trainees or probationary officers, is a behavior that stems from an antiquated belief that the person in charge must...

demonstrate aggressive and dominating behavior.

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206. Individuals that view dominance as a sign of strength often view these as weaknesses.

– Empathy
– Respectfulness.
– Kindness.

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206. Although officers should learn to be assertive, the aggressive and dominating behavior associated with...

obedience-oriented, military-style police training can be dangerous.

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206. Produces arrogant officers who may disregard laws and policies designed to protect citizens as well as the officers themselves.

Militaristic training and attitudes.