To law enforcement
The responsibility of police officers is to lawfully deliver essential services to all citizens without bias, as well as to uphold the core values of the Canadian Constitution and the police service while protecting the fundamental rights and freedoms of all.
Morals and Ethics
The moral values and ethical practice of any police organization are the cultural cornerstones that guide all behaviours and actions each and every day. They represent what the organization stands for and how it will uphold the trust, confidence and reputation. What can take generations to build can be destroyed in hours.
Integrity and Support
The continuous calibration of core values by each member is a product of loyalty and integrity. Emergency services represent the highest level of civil service. As such, the focus and subject of loyalty is cast upon those citizens we serve. Failing to do so along with lack of accountability and transparency will have catastrophic consequences.
This article does not mention the social pressure experienced by the police, the absurd orders they are forced to apply, the conflict
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