The Protection Officer Training Manual
Elsevier, 26. sep. 2003 - 315 sider
This revised edition retains the exceptional organization and coverage of the previous editions and is designed for the training and certification needs of first-line security officers and supervisors throughout the private and public security industry.
* Completely updated with coverage of all core security principles
* Course text for the Certified Protection Officer (CPO) Program
* Includes all new sections on information security, terrorism awareness, and first response during crises
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Side 23 - Peelian reform were as follows:1 ' 1. The police must be stable, efficient, and organized along military lines. 2. The police must be under government control. 3. The absence of crime will best prove the efficiency of police. 4. The distribution of crime news is essential. 5. The deployment of police strength both by time and area is essential. 6. No quality is more indispensable to a policeman than a perfect command of temper; a quiet, determined manner has more effect than violent action.
Side 23 - He must remember that there is no qualification more indispensable to a Police Officer than a perfect command of temper, never suffering himself to be moved in the slightest degree, by any language or threats that may be used; if he do his duty in a quiet and determined manner, such conduct will probably induce well-disposed by-standers to assist him should he require it.
Side 23 - The distribution of crime news is essential. 5. The deployment of police strength both by time and area is essential. 6. No quality is more indispensable to a policeman than a perfect command of temper; a quiet, determined manner has more effect than violent action. 7. Good appearance commands respect. 8. The securing and training of proper persons is at the root of efficiency.