As the United Arab Emirates Officers, the public’s expects a lot from us, but some of the expectations go unmet. I am, therefore, going to list what the public expects of us and the causes that prevent us from meeting some of these public’s expectations. It is my duty as a United Arab Emirates officer to ensure that all the expectations of the publics are met so as to boost their confidence in us, hence creating a good rapport between the police officers and the citizens.
The public expects a lot from the police officers, such as being everywhere all the time, but is that possible in fact. It is not possible; hence we, the United Arab Emirates, end up not meeting some of the public’s expectations. It is important to note that most crime happens when police officers are not around, since their presence, alone, has been known to prevent offenders from committing crimes. It is impossible for police officers to be everywhere, but increasing their numbers would ease the situation, hence meeting a good share of this public expectation (Meese, 2004).
The united Arabs emirates, publics, expect quality services from all the police officers. The public expects the police officers to treat them fairly-with respect at all times, since the police officers have the obligation of meeting all the expectations of the public’s. They, the police officers, should be available 24/7 responding to queries submitted to them by the publics. As a police officer, it is sometimes challenging as far as meeting these public expectations are concerned. Inadequate resources, such as the use of modern technology limit our aptitudes when it comes to meeting these public expectations. For example, the public expects us to combat crime at all time, but it becomes a challenge to us since we require better tools to carry out this expectation effectively- use of GPS gadgets and better transportation methods. The police institution should be better equipped with modern machines so as to make our work easier in meeting these public’s expectations. As a police officer, United Arab Emirates police officers, I always do my best in ensuring that these public expectations are met. Most of the time, I am online answering to calls that needs help and making sure that those calls receive their needs on time, hence making everyone happy ( Meese, 2004).
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