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Law Enforcement Job Description

Summary: This essay is on one career that I would like to pursue in the future. That one career is peace (police) officers. Being a speed demon my self and seeing how cops get to drive fast to catch someone in the wrong or going to go help someone in an emergency, and then seeing that officer help someone that needs help doing almost anything just makes me think that this is the job for me. I enjoy helping those who need the help also.
Police officers must patrol by foot and police cruiser. This can bring reassurance to citizens and business owners. Officers must also keep peace at special details. Officers must maintain a good relationship with citizens to gather intelligence. Law enforcement officers must respond promptly to auto accidents and fires, and other police requests by citizens. Officers must conduct person and property searches. Without a warrant or probable cause they can only conduct plain view searches. They must conduct searches and secure premises. Officers have to apprehend and interrogate suspect. They take responsibility for detained prisoners and suspects. Officers have to make reports and take witness statements. Officers are required to attend court and investigations to give evidence when available. Law enforcement officers enforce road traffic laws and maintain roadway checkpoints. Police officers also have to do the never wanted duty of explaining a death and possible hospital messages to...

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