Civilians do not take police officers very seriously. Labels have been put on
policing for years. Deception has been a key factor, trust, racial bias, and police brutality. Books
have been written about police personalities by Jerome Skolnick. Name of the book is justice
without trial (1966). The writer realized there were distinctive, cognitive tendencies in police as
an organizational grouping. Theories found that the core attitude is there before the officer enters
the force. This attitude is from family, social status, and education. This aggressive attitude
transfers from the older officers who’ve been on the force . . .
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