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The article ‘Policing Module’ refers to the ways that can be used to control misconduct and criminal activities perpetrated by the police officials themselves. Policing Module refers to three methods forwarded by Burns to control miscreant activities of Police officials. These are early warning systems, turning and integrity testing. This paper further supports these methods by taking case studies of Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) and the New York Police Department (NYPD), who have implemented these different methods.
Further analysis is conducted of the different results obtained from the implementation of these methods in the HKPF and the NYPD. It delves into the reasons behind unlawful actions committed by police officials and how their training and the current system in place has either failed them or is hindering them from fully performing their duties. The differences between the methods employed by the HKPF and the NYPD in handling corruption scandals of their personnel has also been discussed in this piece of writing.
The work done in Policing Module is exceptionally well articulated and has a well-organized structure. It keeps the flow of information relevant while jumping from paragraph to paragraph. This is visible by looking at how the writer has structured his/her work by firstly explaining what three methods are, how they are being used in the HKPF and NYPD and what results were obtained from the implementation of the said methods. The writer could also have included a sort of ‘control’ subject where these methods have not been used and compare the results of the above two police forces to get a more clear view of the methods employed had any real effect. This work could have been even more enticing to read if it were to include real-life examples from the two said police forces resulting from the unfair implementation of these methods.
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