Why Are Some Officers Promoted to Sergeant and Why Are Some Officers Not Promote

Why Are Some Officers Promoted to Sergeant and Why Are Some Officers Not Promote : Officers Find Out How You Can Better Your Chances at Promotion to Sergeant by Learning How Other Officers Got Promoted

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Why are some officers promoted to sergeant and why are some officers not promoted? National survey results based on social research! Officers find out how you can better your chances of being promoted to sergeant by learning how other officers got promoted. Those who promote sergeants learn why others promoted sergeants. Sergeants find out where you compare in relation to other sergeants. The book is over 200 pages of graphs and explanations of the random survey data collected. 150 surveys were mailed out based on random sampling of law enforcement agencies with $1.00 dollar for filling them out. 50 surveys were returned 33% return rate. For example, the graph below shows most 50 think felony and misdemeanor arrest do not make a difference in promotion only 10 think they do! Charles Van Morgan Disclaimer: There are no guaranties or warranties on results if the ideas expressed in this book are followed. The survey was conducted exclusively by me not validated by any independent agency.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 248 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 14.22mm | 721.21g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507639015
  • 9781507639016

About MR Charles Van Morgan

Charles Van Morgan is a graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan College Athens Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration emphasis Human Resource Management. A graduate of The University of Tennessee Knoxville, with a Master of Arts degree in Sociology with an emphasis in Criminology. He is currently attending Nashville School of Law in his third year of a 4 year program working on a Judicial Doctorate. He served in law enforcement for 17 years with the highest rank of Officer in Charge at The University of Tennessee Medical Center supervising two commissioned police officers two security officers and a emergency police dispatcher. He as received numerous awards including leading the Tennessee Highway Patrol in Drunk and drugged driving arrest for 5 years. He has received awards for marksmanship and exceptional service.show more