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Discipline in the Public Services

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Aadam Burt

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2006/feb/12/military.iraq

http://www.army.mod.uk/infantry/regiments/10654.aspx

https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?hl=en&tab=8w#hl=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=discipline+definition&oq=discipline+&gs_l=hp.1.3.0l4.2217.8218.0.10223.11.11.0.0.0.0.161.745.10j1.11.0.les%3B..0.0...1c.1.sjYuDXyTTG8&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&fp=25b3e54dee689702&biw=1280&bih=908 Discipline In the
Public Services Aadam Burt, Ryan Martin, Charlie sear Discipline Noun:
The practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behavior, using punishment to correct disobedience.
Verb:
Train (someone) to obey rules or a code of behavior, using punishment to correct disobedience.
Synonyms:
noun. order - punishment
verb. punish - school - castigate - train - correct - chastise Discipline is vital in the uniformed services to operate effectively. All services are organized in a similar way, with a clear rank structure and clearly defined roles and responsibilities, which reply on discipline to work successfully. People of higher ranks can give orders, commands or instructions to people of lower ranks. Discipline does not just apply to the lower ranks, however – all ranks and personnel are subject to the same disciplinary code. If discipline was lacking in the uniformed services this would soon lead to a lack of control and order. The effectiveness of the services relies on members abiding by the rules and regulations without discipline as a means of ensuring that this happens, the whole structure would be undermined. This would then affect the moral of the members and would also have a detrimental effect on the way public services are viewed by members of the public.
Our uniformed services help to keep social order in the UK by enforcing the law of the land. If this breaks down in any Society people start to take law into their own hands. Anarchy would be a result. What happens if there is a lack of discipline in the public services Rewards and Punishments can be used to enforce discipline. In the armed forces they use medals to praise those who have done a service in accordance with the rules, well as for people who carry out actions which are over and above the call of duty. This is an effective way of motivating members of the uniformed services to behave in the correct manner.
Punishment is a negative reinforcement of breaking the rules. Acts of indiscipline can be punished by reprimand, by cancellation of leave, confinement to quarters, reduction in pay or rank, or a dishonorable discharge. Rewards and punishments Members of the Public services will experience a sense of belonging and camaraderie with other colleagues. This will improve team spirit. Discipline will improve a sense of duty and honour for example as a member of a uniformed public service you will come into contact with many people in the course of your duties. Lastly discipline plays a part in ensuring that all public service employees carry out their duties in a fair and courteous manner. Role of Discipline the sexy one The End Army Discipline The army need's discipline as much, if not more than other public services. This is because one day their life may rest on the discipline of others.

Her Majesty's armed forces (navy, army, air) all have to follow rules i.e the Geneva Convention and if they were to break the rules the military police would deal with them, because of this soldiers need self discipline in battle. Police in the UK have to abide by many different rules and legislation such as the Human Rights Act. Officers must be taught basic self discipline and respect to other people. Being a police officer can be a grueling task and the police have to be sure they can cope without losing their temper and have to show basic respect to the public. Police Discipline On the bottom right of this box is a case study talking how officers were disciplined after posting inappropriate material on the internet. On the Left is a case study talking about how officers were awarded for their bravery in a drink driving incident. Case Study Introduction Soldiers get punished and rewarded for good and bad behavior. This can be done via promotion, awards (medals), group punishment, demotion etc.

The british army use ranks to enforce discipline and as a reward for doing something good they can also be given for service to the army. Army Discipline Ranks Of The UK Police Service The UK Police have many different ranks in a structured rank system. Case Studies for British Army On the bottom left there is a article which talk about a soldier being rewarded for his efforts in WW2. In the middle and the right there is a article and video about why soldiers may be punished www.youtube.com/watch?v=Is4tfSvoRKw Reference Sheet http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/150-police-disciplined-over-online-postings-6283412.html]

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/3675035/2011-Police-Bravery-Awards.html

From slide 2-8 was Aadam Notes but he did use the public services book level 3 Book 1 page 284-312 Notes taken in class also formed a large amount
of our presentation.
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