Law Enforcement Oath Of Honor Research Paper

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“On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my integrity, my character, or the public trust. I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always uphold the constitution my community and the agency I serve” (What is the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor?). What does this oath mean? This oath is the start to every law enforcement official’s career. This is the oath they must take before serving their communities. This oath is their foundation. The officials must adhere to this oath to provide services that are upholding the principles of equality, solidarity, and human rights to help build and maintain a just society. Law enforcement officials must also use different theories and practices ethically to investigate crimes. Lastly, how this oath outlines how officials must face current issues, and help guide them down the best avenue to solve them. Equality, solidarity, and human rights are examples of social justice because all three of these aspects have been a part of social justice since the beginning of time. Human rights have been in question not only just in our own…show more content…
Second is by fallowing the laws themselves. Fallow the amendments that were listed above. Above all always act ethically in all aspects of duty. Law enforcement officials must go through training. During training officials are taught the necessary skills to safely and effectively perform the job’s duties. Training to enhance skills, and for specific assignments, will continue throughout an officer’s career (Law Enforcement and the United States Constitution, 2013). This training will ensure that official’s know what rights the Constitution guarantees every citizen, and how to perform duties without violating those rights. To ensure that the constitution is not violated theories have been developed to help police still perform their

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