For the second part of the essay you will be explaining
the need for discipline in uniformed public services. This must include:
• Definitions of discipline
• The necessity for rules and regulations
• Why orders need to be followed
• Maintenance of order
• Rewards; punishment
• Consequences of a lack of discipline in the public services
• Effect on social order
• Explanation of the consequences on the individual and organisation of a lack of or total absence of self discipline.
You also will be explaining the role of discipline in the uniformed public services. This must include:
• Team spirit
• Sense of duty and honour (to your service, to your colleagues, to the public)
• Serving the public
• Rules/procedures/policies/legislation in the uniformed public services to encourage discipline
• Code of professional standards for the Police
This must be made in reference to the hierarchy and rank structure of each service listed:
• Emergency services including: Police, Fire Service, Ambulance Service
• Armed forces including: The British Army, RAF, and NAVY
• Other Services including: Prison Service, HM Revenue and Customs, Maritime and Coast Guard Agency and Private Security Services (Serco)
You must provide a minimum of 3 roles within the structure of each service ie) a top ranking role, middle ranking role and bottom ranking role
Finally you will need to provide justification of the need for and role of discipline in the uniformed public services:
Finally you must evaluate the impact of discipline upon the uniformed public services.
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