Study on Police Inspector (Psychology)

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Personality Traits .................................................................2 Organizational Culture in Police Force ................................ 17 The Communication Problem of Police Inspector ................21 General Working Environment........................................... 24 Working Schedule ............................................................... 25 Stress .................................................................................. 26 Designed Learning Process ................................................. 27 Summary ............................................................................ 34 Group Information ............................................................. 35 Group Photo ..................................................................... .37 Reference .......................................................................... 38

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In this booklet, we are going to analyze the personality trait, working culture and environment and how the Police Inspectors interact with their environment. In addition, as more and more graduates are considering becoming a Police Inspector, we are also aiming to reveal the abilities of being a Police Inspector.

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Personality Traits that a Police Inspector should have: Getting into the position of a police inspector is quite tough and competitive. A perfect candidate for this job is one who is self-disciplined, mentally and physically fit, sincere, dedicated to the job and self-motivated. The person needs to practice immense amount of self-control so that he can pass any difficult situation without compromising on his duties and responsibilities.

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Police Inspectors should be able to

1) Be transparent and not be subversive in how they approach their members

Thinking is involved

2) Clearly explain ideas and the thinking behind them from an organizational perspective. Problem Solving is needed

3) Manage even behind closed doors. Trust within the team members is important. Being Open in how the organization is being run will also demonstrate how Police Inspectors care how the team and its individuals think and feel. Emotions are involved

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Police Inspectors need to cope with

*Efficiencies, *Productivity, *Budget restraints, *Morale, *Manpower shortages

How can Police inspectors cope with these in their workplace?

BY

Motivation!

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How do police inspectors use these FOUR criteria to solve their problems? A personal profile can be constructed to explore how Police Inspectors solve these problems. They mostly require Analytical Thinking. However when they have to make quick decisions, they might have to use Intuitive thinking which is based on their instincts and feelings. They have to think rationally. Usual Analogical They need to come up with mental images and cannot be too conceptual (Symbolic)

They should not follow the Algorithm Type as in different cases, the situations will be different.

They must be the Heuristic Type. They should be able to find many ways to solve their problems.

Thinking
Problem Solving

Personal profile of a Police Inspector

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(Continued) Personal profile of a Police Inspector

Emotions

Motivation

Should have some close friends to provide social support and thus can minimize stress

Should be able to build up selfconfidence by persuading oneself

Should not give up and hence must have positive emotions

As a leader, intrinsic motivation is needed, as there will be internal satisfaction once the case is solved.

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What if you want to become a police inspector

Then, remember these words!
Physically strong Trustworthiness Motivation

Be Honest AND Open

Control Emotions

Lead by Example

Transparent

Think

Solve problems

Eventually leads to a strong and stable workforce!

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