The Police & The People

Episode 20 - Police Ethics & Leadership and We Answer a Question

January 21, 2020 Timothy Jones & Joshua Stokel Episode 20
The Police & The People
Episode 20 - Police Ethics & Leadership and We Answer a Question
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The Police & The People
Episode 20 - Police Ethics & Leadership and We Answer a Question
Jan 21, 2020 Episode 20
Timothy Jones & Joshua Stokel

EPISODE # 20

Today’s Show will cover:

1. Police Ethics & Leadership - Police Officers get frustrated when witnesses to crimes won’t step up and help find the criminals – BUT, many cops do the same thing when other cops cross the line.

2. What is the difference between a “Civil Matter” and a “Criminal Matter”. 

But first:

Please support us on Patreon. Go to: https://www.patreon.com/thepoliceandthepeople

All that we ask is a $5.00 per month. This helps to pay for the podcast so we can continue to put them out for you. 

o   GSPCC – WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO – We want to enhance the careers of law enforcement & corrections officers everywhere. 

o   HOW – competitive hosting agreements, instructors that are experts in their fields, 

o   WHAT WE OFFER ……next class dates, hosting opportunities, leadership consulting

o   Lucas’s business

o   Any true sponsors

Intro Music

Police Ethics

Simple question, but why do ethics matter in police work? – Moral Turpitude (an act or behavior that gravely violates the sentiment or accepted standard of the community)

·      Is it easy to be unethical as a police officer?

·      Why do cops adopt the “no snitch” mentality? 

Question – what is the difference between criminal and civil matters?

·      Have you ever called the police about an issue and you were told it is a “civil” matter?·      Closing

o   If you know someone that is looking to get into the law enforcement profession, make sure you pick up a copy of our “LAW ENFORCEMENT TEST PREPARATION GUIDE”. We have it linked on our website – GS-PCC.COM. Once there, go to the PRODUCTS & RESOURCES tab and scroll down to PREPARATION & STUDY GUIDES and you will see it. OR, you can just do a search for the book on Amazon. 

The law enforcement test preparation guide gives valuable insight on how to prepare for each step of a police testing process. The people who succeed at getting these jobs over their competition are the ones that are prepared. Don’t get left behind. 

o   Make sure you subscribe to this podcast on the following platforms:

§  Itunes

§  iHeartradio

§  Stitcher

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§  Alexa

o   Follow us on Twitter @GSPCC1

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o   Monthly Newsletter – Go to gs-pcc.com and click on the newsletter icon in the upper, right corner of the screen. 

Producer Lucas's music business website: airbit.com/LJproductions 

 

Show Notes

EPISODE # 20

Today’s Show will cover:

1. Police Ethics & Leadership - Police Officers get frustrated when witnesses to crimes won’t step up and help find the criminals – BUT, many cops do the same thing when other cops cross the line.

2. What is the difference between a “Civil Matter” and a “Criminal Matter”. 

But first:

Please support us on Patreon. Go to: https://www.patreon.com/thepoliceandthepeople

All that we ask is a $5.00 per month. This helps to pay for the podcast so we can continue to put them out for you. 

o   GSPCC – WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO – We want to enhance the careers of law enforcement & corrections officers everywhere. 

o   HOW – competitive hosting agreements, instructors that are experts in their fields, 

o   WHAT WE OFFER ……next class dates, hosting opportunities, leadership consulting

o   Lucas’s business

o   Any true sponsors

Intro Music

Police Ethics

Simple question, but why do ethics matter in police work? – Moral Turpitude (an act or behavior that gravely violates the sentiment or accepted standard of the community)

·      Is it easy to be unethical as a police officer?

·      Why do cops adopt the “no snitch” mentality? 

Question – what is the difference between criminal and civil matters?

·      Have you ever called the police about an issue and you were told it is a “civil” matter?·      Closing

o   If you know someone that is looking to get into the law enforcement profession, make sure you pick up a copy of our “LAW ENFORCEMENT TEST PREPARATION GUIDE”. We have it linked on our website – GS-PCC.COM. Once there, go to the PRODUCTS & RESOURCES tab and scroll down to PREPARATION & STUDY GUIDES and you will see it. OR, you can just do a search for the book on Amazon. 

The law enforcement test preparation guide gives valuable insight on how to prepare for each step of a police testing process. The people who succeed at getting these jobs over their competition are the ones that are prepared. Don’t get left behind. 

o   Make sure you subscribe to this podcast on the following platforms:

§  Itunes

§  iHeartradio

§  Stitcher

§  Spotify

§  Google Play

§  Alexa

o   Follow us on Twitter @GSPCC1

o   Follow & Like us on Facebook – Facebook.com/GSPCC1

o   Follow us on Instagram - instagram.com/gspcc/

o   Monthly Newsletter – Go to gs-pcc.com and click on the newsletter icon in the upper, right corner of the screen. 

Producer Lucas's music business website: airbit.com/LJproductions