Just about every law enforcement officer when going through training will at some point have to memorize the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics. The code was adopted by the International Association of Chiefs of Police way back in and serves as a reminder to all the men and women in law enforcement to maintain their personal integrity and that of their agency. When cops behave badly it resonates with the public in ways in which few other professions can relate. The expectation is police officers will conduct themselves in a manner that is above reproach, even when they are off duty. Few jobs can make that requirement of their employees. A viral video was recently distributed that reflected badly on the police officer, his department, and the profession of policing.
Dubai police arrest group over nude balcony shoot
Texas cop demoted for nude online pictures
A campus police officer in whom a college student confided that she feared for her life after a recent breakup shared nude photographs that she had given him with officers not involved in the matter just weeks before she was murdered, her parents contend in a new lawsuit. McCluskey was a college senior when she was killed in October by a man she had dated for just a few weeks. The suit came a year after Ms. The man, Melvin Rowland, shot Ms. McCluskey seven times on Oct.
California Can't Police Its Own Cops Stealing Nude Photos of Women
A group has been arrested in Dubai accused of public debauchery after an outdoor nude photoshoot. Video footage posted online on Saturday shows a group of naked women having their photo taken on a balcony. A Russian was also detained, according to Russian media. Many of the UAE's laws are based on Sharia law, and people have been jailed in the past for public displays of affection and homosexual relationships.
After an automobile crash, a young woman suspected of drunk driving was getting checked out for injuries. He found a photo of her in a bikini. So he allegedly sent the image to his own phone, and then, though already guilty of criminal conduct, he forwarded the image to another California Highway Patrol officer. The colleague upbraided him for violating a citizen's privacy, contacted a commanding officer, and arranged for Harrington's arrest on felony charges.