Seminar: Duties and responsibilities of the criminal justice practitioner Jennifer Boren
Perception is how we see our self and how others see us. According to Chapter 15,
when we have a bad perception of ours elf, it causes us to lose focus and lose the
reality of helping others. Perception refers to one’s ability to mentally picture something.
One example would be if an individual received a job that paid very well. At the end of
their first week that individual has a meeting with the boss and the boss gives the bad
news they decided to eliminate the position that they were brought on for. As they
looked confused and emotions raging one major thought that comes to mind is your
family and the failure of their success will prevent them from providing for their family.
Most often this though process leads to depression if they are not high red on
elsewhere. Perception is important because you have to realize that you will find
Depending on the population being served the perception of criminal justice
practitioners will vary. If an incident occurred and the population felt threaten not safe or
there was cover ups being made to protect certain criminal justice practitioners yes the
perception the population will have towards them is untrustworthy, sneaky, failure to
protect and serve and many more things the population will come up with to slander the
practitioner. With so much corruption the population starts to have false or misleading
perceptions of the criminal justice system.
Politics play a huge role in the criminal justice professionals daily being. The laws
that politicians set in place; law enforcement personnel needs to be aware of and
implement it as it becomes valid. You often hear people say its all “politics”. What does
that mean? Who do you know is how you will be judged? In the town I live in there are
several political people that...
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