Item description for The Path of the Warrior: An Ethical Guild to Personal & Professional Development in the Field of Criminal Justice by Larry F. Jetmore, Philippe Rouard, R.N. Judith A. Halstead, George H. Cassar, Richard D. Goff, David Wyatt, Becky Freeman & B. Teissier...
Discover the keys to being a better officer, citizen and individual! Scores of officers nationwide have used this resource to develop an ethically sound warrior mind-set that dictates the way they live their lives in the field, off-duty, and forever. Dr. Jetmore brilliantly melds universal concepts of ethical behavior with real-world scenarios, then challenges you with provocative questions that help you grasp the nuances of right, wrong and the gray areas in between. Learn to live your life confidently, respectfully and fully while meeting the demands of your job!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2005
Publisher Looseleaf Law Publications
ISBN 1932777202 ISBN13 9781932777208
Availability 0 units.
More About Larry F. Jetmore, Philippe Rouard, R.N. Judith A. Halstead, George H. Cassar, Richard D. Goff, David Wyatt, Becky Freeman & B. Teissier
Larry F. Jetmore, Ph. D., a 21 year veteran and former captain and commander of the Hartford, Connecticut, Police Department Investigative Services Bureau, has held a variety of patrol, investigative, management, and training commands throughout his career. He is director of the National Police Testing Service and has administered and created police promotional examinations for departments across the country. Dr. Jetmore received a doctorate in organizational development from the Union Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio; a master's degree in education and a bachelor's degree in business from Eastern Connecticut State University; and an associate degree in criminal justice from Manchester Community College. He teaches courses at several colleges and consults for police and private security agencies throughout New England.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Path of the Warrior: An Ethical Guild to Personal & Professional Development in the Field of Criminal Justice?
The path of the warrior Nov 10, 2006
I picked this up after finishng Dr. Jetmore's Police Seargent Exam Prep Guide. Jetmore is a 20-year law enforcement veteran and former Police Commander. The focus of this book is on ethics as it relates to personal and professional development. This book ancient "codes of honor" and recounts stories of actions that police office took in their daily duties and the related values conflicts, psychological and physical stresses. It is a challenging read, but it raises interesting questions.
Jetmore Hits it on the Head. Mar 17, 2002
I couldn't put this one down. I've been looking for something that addresses the things I've been trying to deal with on the job, and this book nailed it!
It doesn't give you all the answers, just the right encouragement to keep looking.
I would say this one's a must for anyone in law enforcement or any stressful field.
One of the best Sep 5, 2000
I've read several books on the subject of police ethics. Jetmore's is by far the best. A wonderful combination of research and actual stories from the streets, this books captured my interst from te very beginning. Very insightful.
How do you determine the "right" thing to do? Apr 21, 1999
Dr. Jetmore, a law enforcement veteran of 21 years, challenges students and veterans alike to awaken their souls and become "warriors." Using "war stories" and the "ancient philosophy and code of honor used by King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table," Dr. Jetmore provides a concise yet encompassing work of challenges.
This work recounts stories of actions that police officers take in the daily conduct of their duties, only to be questioned later by the public. Such exposure to values conflicts subject officers to both psychological and physical stress.
Dr. Jetmore challenges all who read this work to "take control of their destiny," and seek professional and private development. He even speaks the previously "unspeakable" inner sould reactions to years of affiliation with traumatic events.
I suspect many in law enforcement will disagree with Dr. Jetmore. All the reason those that are tasked with protecting us need to read and review his work.
A challenging book on multiple levels,yet worth the effort. Apr 20, 1998
Larry Jetmore, a retired Hartford, CT Police Commander and current university educator, seeks to reawaken the ethical bearing of working police officers.
In a short book, less than 140 pages, that is liberally sprinkled with both inspirational quotes from philosophers and pertinent "war stories" Jetmore challenges his readers to recapture their "shadow".
"To become a warrior you must turn your back on the consensus of others, open the gate, cross the bridge and begin the inner quest of your heart and spirit."
In a time when ethics and ethics training are "hot topics", Jetmore has contributed a challenging and substantive work that will stand the test of time. It is an actual contribution to the ongoing dialogue within the profession.