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Discretion and Hiding Truth

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Prosper Home care
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  1. Introduction
  2. Chain of command in a police department
  3. Giving credit
  4. Conclusion

When dealing with a situation to where you have to dispute a sort of misunderstanding, you have to be very confident in the resolution. I would have to sit and think about the chain of command within the department. I would go and try to find the missing information. Emotionally I would most likely be annoyed and not confidence of my work. If I entered the residence and found the bag of marijuana, then I should be the one to receive the recognition.

I would not challenge my sergeant because at any given time, my sergeant could come up with anyway to have me lose my job. What I would do is ask my sergeant who filed the report and other serious questions. I would do this because it would help me gather evidence towards what really happened to the material that I produced. The sergeant would know that making false statements is just as against the law as if it were someone in the community. At the end of the day, this is a part of police corruption. I would gather evidence from the officers whom were at the scene and take it to someone of higher authority

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