Police officer personality? A study of the Wilson-Patterson Attitude Inventory, with an opportunity sample of policeofficers in training. by Lewis J. Potter

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There is a constant power struggle between the good and bad guys. Police believe that societal order depends on the good guys winning — at any cost.

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