Canadian Police Survey Uncovers Concerns over Ethics of Brass
A study that started in 2009 was recently released and showed that over half of the Canadian police officers surveyed were unhappy with their work situation. In particular, they are unhappy with the "higher ups" lack of concern for employees and the lack of team work in decision making. The issues, the officers say, is what contributes to "reduced trust and commitment to the organization". It's understandable that they are upset with way decisions are made, but is it ethical for them to have less committment over it? Their job is to protect and serve; decisions should be made using their opinions, but the public shouldn't have to deal with the consequences when they aren't.
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