While the entire police profession focuses on the preservation of national peace, like every other profession, policing is not entirely perfect.
The principles of fair and impartial training in policing buttresses that officers will provide police services to people of every background, regardless of their race or societal status. The implication of this is that everybody ought to have access to and enjoy police services, more like a right.
Essentially, fair and impartial training provides awareness training on implicit bias. Knowing that implicit bias is more of an unconscious conditioning, fair and impartial training focuses on bringing police officers up to speed on the fundamentals of implicit bias, and the forms in which they are expressed while police personnel goes about their deities.
In addition, police officers are evaluated on how they will handle situations where they act based on implicit bias as well as de-escalation training tactics, effective communication, conflict resolution, crisis intervention, slowing down unsafe situations, and creating distance.
Eventually, we’ll see that fair and impartial training is in the interest of the public and helps to ensure that the core principles of the police profession are enacted.