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Conclusion Week 1

Conclusion Week 1 - How to become a police officer
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Congratulations on completing Week 1 of this short-course about how to become a police officer. Hopefully at the end of Week 1, you’ve got an understanding of why policing maybe a career that you should consider, and some of the things that you may want to think about before becoming a police officer and whether it would suit you. We’ve also looked a little bit about the history and particularly the philosophy of policing in terms of some of the cornerstones of policing; the Peelian principles, and more particularly around policing by consent.
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Then we ended off with looking at diversity inclusion, giving you some understanding and appreciation of why diversity is so key to policing in terms of having a representative police service to effectively police the diverse communities that exist within our society. I hope you can stay with us for Week 2 when we’ll take a closer look at some of the rank structures and also some of the specialist unit that exist within policing. I hope you enjoyed it and I look forward to continue to working with you.
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