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Assistant sheriff discusses prison-realignment challenges - Ventura County Star

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Assistant sheriff discusses prison-realignment challenges Ventura County Star "Realignment is probably the largest sweeping legal change that I've seen to the criminal justice system," Pentis told Ventura County Sheriff's Foundation supporters...
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Amy Carlson's comment, January 27, 2013 3:47 PM
One of the steps to realignment stated in this article mentions the need for greater state funding in order to provide inmates with the proper medical care and preventative care. I find it appalling that inmates just receive medical care free of charge on the tax payer's budget when the rest of us have to pay around $500 for medical insurance. The article mentions that Pentis is worried that "... we as taxpayers could be saddled with this new law without the funds necessary to maintain the environment we need to protect ourselves on the liability side." So they're only worried about state funding for such issues in order to avoid possible liability cases. I understand liability to be a major thing when running a business, corporation, organization, etc. But I think this such issue that Pentis brings up is unfair as I feel that inmates should only receive medical treatment if they can pay for it, just like the rest of society.

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[Leadership] Army Doctrine Reference Publication ADRP 6-22 (FM 6-22) Army Leadership

[Leadership] Army Doctrine Reference Publication ADRP 6-22 (FM 6-22) Army Leadership | Police Problems and Policy | Scoop.it

 Army Leadership Competent, Confident, and Agile

https://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/army/fm6-22.pdf ;

 

Chapter 4 LEADER 

2 Empathy........................ 4-9

 

the Army leader to build high-performing and cohesive organizations able to effectively project and support landpower. It also creates positive organizational climates, allowing for individual and team learning, and empathy for all team members, Soldiers, civilians, and their families.

 

2-15. Three major factors determine a leader’s character: values, empathy, and the Warrior Ethos. Some characteristics are present at the beginning of the leader’s career, while others develop over time through additional education, training, and experience.

 

4-4. Character is essential to successful leadership. It determines who people are and how they act. It helps determine right from wrong and choose what is right. The factors, internal and central to a leader, which make up the leader’s core are—

    Army Values.

    Empathy.

    Warrior Ethos.

 

EMPATHY

 

4-42. Army leaders show a propensity to share experiences with the members of their organization. When planning and deciding, try to envision the impact on Soldiers and other subordinates. The ability to see something from another person’s point of view, to identify with and enter into another person’s feelings and emotions, enables the Army leader to better care for civilians, Soldiers, and their families.

 

4-43. Competent and empathetic leaders take care of Soldiers by giving them the training, equipment, and all the support they need to keep them alive in combat and accomplish the mission. During wartime and difficult operations, empathetic Army leaders share the hardships with their people to gauge if their plans and decisions are realistic. Competent and empathetic leaders also recognize the need to provide Soldiers and civilians with reasonable comforts and rest periods to maintain good morale and mission effectiveness. When a unit or organization suffers injuries or death, empathetic Army leaders can help ease the trauma and suffering in the organization to restore full readiness as quickly as possible.

 

4-44. Modern Army leaders recognize that empathy also includes nourishing a close relationship between the Army and Army families. To build a strong and ready force, Army leaders at all levels promote self sufficient and healthy families. Empathy for families includes allowing Soldiers recovery time from difficult missions, protecting leave periods, permitting critical appointments, as well as supporting events that allow information exchange and family teambuilding.

 

4-45. The requirement for leader empathy extends beyond civilians, Soldiers, and their families. Within the larger operational environment, leader empathy may be helpful when dealing with local populations and prisoners of war. Providing the local population within an area of operations with the necessities of life often turns an initially hostile disposition into one of cooperation.

 

B-35. To improve leader counseling skills, follow these general guidelines:

Display empathy when discussing the problem.

 


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Cop Records Himself Shooting Man For Running Away

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The article illustrates why these shootings are misunderstood.  The officer has a mindset that the suspect is armed and the suspect fleas when the officer feels the gun during a pat-down search.  A short time later, the suspect drops the gun while apparently pulling it from his coat pocket.  The suspect stops and turns toward the officer and bends to retrieve the gun.  The officer perceives a threat and fires at the same time it's revealed that the suspect may still be intending to continue to run from the officer--but the officer has already perceived the threat and has begun shooting.  Several rounds fly even as the man turns and runs a step or two away.  It's still not clear to those who witnessed the shooting that the suspect had pulled the gun and that the gun is cocked.  There are so many contradictions going on before, during and after the shooting.

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The power of deception..

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Maybe we could put judges out with the cops to watch everything they do....

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It will be interesting to see how this develops.  Context is everything--what were they trying to illustrate?  I've been to training with SDPD and found them to be professional; given this, I'm withholding judgement until I hear the context.

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