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Describe in detail what the ideal traits are of a police officer and why? Offer details as to why these traits are important and how they enhance law enforcement.
As police officers, our first sworn duty and allegiance are to the community and the police or sheriff's department's mission. We must maintain a high degree of loyalty to successfully serve our communities. [ As police officers, you will be called upon to meet many challenges, adversities, and every level of danger. This requires courage. You will be called upon to display this courage with
recognition of the high standards for which you will be held accountable. You must support your fellow officers at all times for the common safety of everyone concerned. While there is a time to be meek, there also is a time to stand and protect yourselves, your fellow officers, and your loved ones. You will be called upon to resolve conflicts of many types; this must be done through impartial enforcement of the law, not through imposition of judgment or punishment. Victims, witnesses, and all others deserve to be treated with dignity and compassion. ]
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