The Centurion Principle – The Dynamic of Authority

The Centurion Principle - The Dynamic of Authority
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Virtually all instances of police misconduct are the result of ego-driven officers operating “out from under authority.” Officers have been delegated all of the lawful authority necessary to accomplish the police mission, yet they give it up on a routine basis and resort to ego-power. Learning to faithfully represent authorities and remain under their protection is key to:

  • avoiding negative consequences of poor decisions
  • building essential trust-based relationships in the community
  • developing the resiliency necessary to survive the four "deadly arenas':
    the streets, the courts, the media, and the profession. 
Additional Resources
9 months ago
The Centurion Principle: An Interview with Ray Nash
Being a law enforcement officer and working in the justice profession is a calling: A calling to […]
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