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Searching for causes :: PS68-1/2004E
entitlement and alienation as precursors of unethical police behaviour /
This report describes the links between two attitudes—a sense of entitlement and a feeling of alienation from the public—and unethical police behaviour. Its overall conclusion is that the nature of policing can cause police officers to lose contact with the values that drew them to that career, and that policing management has a responsibility—and the power—to intervene when this happens.
|Department/Agency||Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada. Canadian Police College.|
|Title||Searching for causes :|
|Subtitle||entitlement and alienation as precursors of unethical police behaviour /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Number of Pages||i, 27p. :|
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