I've heard alot about the code of ethics police have but what are the code of ethics firefighters have?
Are they similar?
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Thread: Question; Code of Ethics
04-21-2007, 11:42 AM #1
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Question; Code of Ethics
05-11-2007, 10:53 AM #2
Police Officers - Firefighters
I don't know for sure about the difference between police and fire ethics, but I am sure every fire department has a written code of ethics....somewhere in a "three-ring folder"...on a dusty shelf.
I do have a question that maybe someone can clarify or answer.
When and why did the title of [police] Patrolmen (or man), change to the present day POLICE OFFICER? The police department [like fire], has always been formatted as a quasi military [type] sturcture/organization. Military OFFICERS, are COMMISSIONED (sworn) personel, and are NOT to be confused in any way with NON-COMMISSIONED personnel.
Using this example, then all FIREFIGHTER'S should be titled as FIRE OFFICERS. Obviously, "words mean things"...[once upon a time anyway], and the title of OFFICER has been misused in refering to Police PATROLMEN...as OFFICERS.
05-15-2007, 04:56 PM #3
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Many words have more than one meaning.
NCO is non-commission officers, so some enlisted personnel are officers.
Lawyers and Judges are officers of the court.
Not everyone who is policeman a man. That is why the change.
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