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Should police corruption articles be required reading for students entering police academy?

  • Police corruption needs to be stopped

    Reading articles on police corruption should be required reading for students entering the police academy. This would help the future police officers know what to do and what not to do. There can be many gray areas when it comes with dealing with the public. It is a tricky subject to master.

  • Yes, police corruption articles should be required reading for new cadets

    Students entering the police academy should be required to read about police corruption. They need to know what to watch out for and what mistakes to try to avoid. Many may not realize what constitutes police corruption and need to understand how quickly they can cross the line between honesty and corruption. It's not always a pretty world and they need to know what to watch out for in their own actions as well as in the actions of their fellow officers.

  • It is so prevalent.

    Yes, police corruption articles should be required reading for students entering police academy, because police corruption is a large problem. Police corruption seems to happen in every department across the country. Law enforcement needs to train new recruits to rise above and make better choices with their careers, rather than learning to be corrupt, too.

  • Yes, they should be.

    I do think that police corruption articles should be required reading for students entering police academy. Most of those students come in with the idea that they are going to change the world for the better, and realizing that the ending of police corruption is a part of it is good.

  • Yes, it should be required reading for students

    People tend to learn by example and learning what not to do is a good way to keep these students out of trouble. It's true that some of these students might take these examples and use them as their own. However, the other students will also know what to watch out for. It is also best to teach these students what has happened in the past so it doesn't repeat itself in the future.

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