The Right to Get Angry

Unresolved anger is one of the most prevalent problems in law enforcement. It can lead to all sorts of ethical failures by our police, including abuse of force, unlawful arrests, and a myriad of other constitutional and ethical violations. Giving up a right to get angry is power under control and shows genuine meekness – a powerful character quality for any professional police officer to possess.

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