The protection of peace is the main goal of all police officers. But, the job isn’t the same as other jobs.
Police officers will provide assistance regardless of race, sexual orientation, or other social class when they have been trained to provide the principles of fair and impartial police work. What this means is everyone deserves access to and enjoy the services of police, which is more or less the right of everyone.
Fair and impartial training is basically awareness-based training on implicit bias. Recognizing that implicit bias is more the result of unconscious conditioning fair and impartial training focuses in bringing police officers to speed with the basics of implicit bias, and the manner in which they manifest when police personnel goes about their deities. The officers are evaluated on how they respond to situations which are the result of implicit bias. This includes an effective method of communicating, as well as de-escalation techniques as well as crisis intervention.
Then we’ll see how honest and fair training supports the interests of the general public and makes sure that core principles are upheld by the police department.