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Table Of Contents

Purpose
Methodology
About the Author
Chapter 2
Perceived Perceptions of Police by Immigrants
Participants
Angie
Susana and Pedro
Lola
Fernando and Elena
Roberto
Awareness of 287(g)
Experiences With and Perceived Effects of 287(g)
Personal and Public Safety
Perceived Police Behavior
Unreported Crimes
Chapter 3
Reflection 2—Chernoh, a.k.a. Da Doctor
Reflection 1—Officer Christopher R. Johnson
Reflection 2—Officer Christopher R. Johnson
Reflection 1—Officer Rich, aka Froggy
Reflection 1—Officer Mike Lomonaco
Reflection 1—Officer Sarah Sclafani
Reflection 1—Officer Raymond L. Sherwood III
Reflection 2—Officer Raymond L. Sherwood III
Reflection 1—Officer Jason V. Brown
Reflection 2:—Officer Jason V. Brown
Reflection 1—Captain Robert McHale
Reflection 2—Captain Robert McHale
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Impact: A Compilation of Positive Police Encounters

Impact: A Compilation of Positive Police Encounters

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This book attempts to portray the positive side of policing. There are a myriad of negative perceptions of police stories out in our social media today. Majority of our encounters with a police officer is presented in a negative manner. This book collects and presents the voices of several brave police officers, both men and women of various ages and length of service with various departments. They wholeheartedly shared their most influential stories of positive encounters. Their stories were told in their voices and some of the individuals they positively affected were included. In my years of professional research, this is one of the most influencing and impacting endeavor I have ever embarked upon, the reality of their voices were definitely represented and clearly depicted throughout this book.
This book attempts to portray the positive side of policing. There are a myriad of negative perceptions of police stories out in our social media today. Majority of our encounters with a police officer is presented in a negative manner. This book collects and presents the voices of several brave police officers, both men and women of various ages and length of service with various departments. They wholeheartedly shared their most influential stories of positive encounters. Their stories were told in their voices and some of the individuals they positively affected were included. In my years of professional research, this is one of the most influencing and impacting endeavor I have ever embarked upon, the reality of their voices were definitely represented and clearly depicted throughout this book.

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