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1

what three types of people officers must train and prepare for?

1. "Challenging personalities"
2. "Difficult" people
3. "Special circumstances"

2

Explain "ethos"

is character or presentation

3

Explain "logos"

is reason or logical appeal

4

Explain "pathos"

is emotional appeal

5

What is "police legitimacy"

means that authority, polices, and decision-making are believed to be unbiased and morally justified. The implementation of the policy is respectful and the community can trust the sincerity and benevolence of the officers who provide their services.

6

Who is Sir Robert Peel?

is considered the father of modern policing.

7

What is the 3rd Peel principle?

states that police must secure the willing cooperation of the public.

8

What is the 4th Peel principle?

sates that the degree of cooperation of the public that can be secured diminishes proportionately to the necessity of the use of physical force.

9

What is the 6th Peel principle?

states the police use physical force to the extent necessary to secure observance of the law or restore order only when the exercise of persuasion, advice, and warning is found to be insufficient.

10

What is "hypervigilance"?

is an elevated level of alertness

11

What is the downside of "hypervigiliance"?

Newton's 3rd Law: for every action is an equal and opposite reaction.

12

What was Muhammad Ali's famous tactic called?

"Rope-a-Dope"

13

What should an officer do when confronted with a verbal conflict situation?

"Block and Deflect"

14

When dealing with juveniles what tactics can sometimes cause the juveniles to escalate?

"Adult tactics"

15

Why is it important to de-escalate a police-juvenile interaction?

The impression officers make on juveniles is significant.