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"Police in the classroom"

G. Vorhaus

"Police in the classroom"

a study of the schools involvement programme in Hillingdon

by G. Vorhaus

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Published by HLRC in Uxbridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Police services for juveniles -- England -- London.,
  • Public relations -- England -- London -- Police.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG. Vorhaus.
    ContributionsHillingdon Legal Resource Centre.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV8079.25
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv,129leaves :
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19360994M

    I wrote this book for law enforcers who train law enforcers, and I am not interested in being politically correct. If you are not a law enforcer, police instructor, or someone with a real connection to the world of law enforcement, this book may offend you. It is deeply opinionated, painfully honest, and personal. The Rookie Read-About® series brings a broad array of topics to vibrant life with striking, full-color photos. In this book, take a look at a work day in the life of police officers and the job they do, discussing how they keep the community safe. Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book.

    The introduction to policing provided by most police academies begins to convey folklore that shows the impossibility of doing things by the book and the frequent necessity of Bending the rules. Police recruit training has changed substantially over the past thirty years.   You arrange the conditions for learning in the classroom and set long-term goals and short-term objectives for students achievement. Your knowledge of students' potential is central in designing a syllabus with realistic goals that takes into account the students' concern in the learning situation. Creating a Learning Environment.

    Read A Day in the Life of a Police Officer, written by Jan Kottke. Discuss what new information the students learned. Then give the students times to respond to the book. Students may draw and use new words used in the book to show something a police officer does throughout the day. Students will share their writing with the class. Students listen to the teacher read a book about a police officer and his trained dog and make connections to their own personal safety habits. In this safety instructional activity, students create a classroom bulletin board of safety.


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