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Major Elements of Police Training
A critical review of the requirements for training police on use of effective deadly force.
# 105316 | 5,062 words | 16 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This paper presents a thorough analysis of how police training on deadly force affects the incidences and use of deadly force. The paper asserts that the literature clearly demonstrates that the current police system does have serious problems with police use of deadly force but research also suggests that the right training mechanism for use of deadly force can lead to better outcomes for society. The paper then presents a comprehensive analysis of how police training on deadly force affect the incidences and use of deadly force. The paper also identifies the internal and external factors that affect the effectiveness of police training on deadly force.

Principles of an effective training strategy
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From the Paper:

"There is the common misconception that any training program aimed at conflict resolution and negotiation is simple about combating terrorism or social disorder. As can be clearly seen from the eight principles outlined, the training program for the police on deadly force has to surpass combating terrorism and social disorder, but has to have an overarching aim of promoting full-fledged peace initiatives and combating all aspects of any activity that poses a threat to society's safety."

Sample of Sources Used:

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  • Erickson, R. (2001). Legitimate use of military force against state sponsored international terrorism. United States of America official documents: Air University Series. 9/11 Publications.

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