Discuss potential cognitive biases police officers may hold about the public for whom they are sworn to “protect and serve”, and how these biases function in their daily roles as officers.

Prompt: At the heart of Douthat’s critique of public-sector unions is the potential threat to independence in decision-making by public policy makers. Discuss potential cognitive biases police officers may hold about the public for whom they are sworn to “protect and serve”, and how these biases function in their daily roles as officers. Article referenced/ needed to read: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/03/opinion/sunday/ross-douthat-our-police-union-problem.html?_r=0 The chapter on cognitive and decision-making is from my textbook, which I can also send copies of the pages and terms needed to be used in the paper.

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