Consent is an important factor in determining whether a victim (usually a woman) was raped—so important, in fact, that it used to be the primary factor.
Change is both inevitable and controllable. The most difficult aspect of preparing for your transition is “not knowing – what you don’t know”.
Police training programs often emphasize professionalism. Professional behavior on your part casts a positive light on you, your agency, and your profession. As a result, both you and the citizens you serve are likely to be safer.
Reinventing and translating your public service accomplishments and metrics to reflect your value during the interview process is paramount to getting to the next level in the public to private career transition.
Spreading the workload serves to sustain star performers while cultivating rising stars.
So what does something as simple as washing your hands have to do with a police trainee’s decision making?