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CAREER SURVIVAL INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS DWIGHT WILLIAMS
Cleveland State Law Enforcement Training Academy Oath Of Honor
On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my integrity, my character, or the public trust.
I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always uphold the Constitution, the community, and the agency I serve, so help God.
HONOR Means giving one’s word as a bond and guarantee.
BETRAY Is defined as breaking faith and proving false.
BADGE Is a visual symbol of the power of your office.
INTEGRITY Is firm adherence to principles, both in our private and public life.
CHARACTER Means the qualities and standards of behavior that distinguish an individual.
PUBLIC TRUST Is a duty imposed in faith to those we are sworn to serve.
COURAGE Is having the “heart,” the mental, and moral strength to venture, persevere, withstand, and overcome danger, difficulty, and fear.
ACCOUNTABILITY Means that we are answerable and responsible for our actions.
COMMUNITY Is the municipalities, neighborhoods, and citizens we serve.
THE NUMBER ONE THING TO REMEMBER IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
THE BADGE CAN GET YOU THIS
HOWEVER LUST CAN GET YOUR
THE BADGE CAN ALSO GET YOU THIS
GREED CAN GET YOUR
THE BADGE CAN ALSO GET YOU
ALCOHOL CAN GET YOUR
ALL OF THE ABOVE CAN GET YOU
GOING TO JAIL YOU LOSE JOB CAREER INSURANCE FOR YOUR FAMILY INCOME TO SUPPORT YOUR FAMILY RETIREMENT RESPECT FREEDOM FAMILY? FRIENDS
IS IT WORTH THE RISK?
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