Should police discretion be limited, If so, how? Please read full instructions

​Assignment III
September 15, 2020
MGMT 200 Management Questions
September 15, 2020

Should police discretion be limited, If so, how? Please read full instructions

QUESTION: Should police discretion be limited? If so, how?

NO PLAGIARISM! Include references

INSTRUCTIONS:

Structure a 250+ word response to the principle question. The response must be substantive and based on the text reading or an outside source – not Google. If you use outside sources it must be paraphrased and not copy and paste. It is also critical to identify the specific source consistent with APA formatting standards.

***YOU MUST DO RESEARCH, I WANT ORIGINAL WORK, NOT COPY AND PASTED FROM THE INTERNET. I ALSO NEED SOMEONE WHO SPEAKS FLUENT ENGLISH (NO OFFENSE, IF YOU DON’T, THIS IS NOT AN ASSIGNMENT FOR YOU).

Grading will be based on content, structure, organization, grammar and spelling.


Key Points: Should identify some of the factors that impact police discretion and describe if/how they should be limited.

Objective: Describe police discretion and its advantages and disadvantages.

It goes without saying that discretion is an integral element of effective law enforcement and arguments about limiting discretion have two distinctive sides. In terms of administrators, they realize the importance of discretion but at the same time fear it. Of course, those same administrators used discretion extensively earlier in their career, but that was them.
If there is too much discretion there is greater risk of abuse. What that could relate to is liability and potential law suits. It is the role of administrators and managers to enforce the law and to protect their community from any torts that discretion could expose them to. If the use of discretion is limited the ability of the system to function in an orderly manner is significantly impacted for a variety of reasons. It has also been suggested that limiting discretion could have a positive impact on controlling corruption.


QUESTION: Should police discretion be limited? If so, how?

 

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