I might have been incorrect.
It's been known to happen.
Then again I'm not entirely sure what constitutes a full psych eval and or what constitutes the extent of the eval done when any given police department is looking at a potential hire.
After that one difference should be you preference a personality disorder rather than try to determine...
Which would fit with my theory that you can't have racism without something close to a cluster B disorder. And the claims that for whatever reason the police .. total speculation though. And I'd like joined up with a more concrete view of how it's done rather than seek to prove my first thought
some of the language by places I can find talking about using it for police officer hiring decisions are a bit abstract they talk about the risk involved in a hiring decision. which one you think about at risk is really down to that individual states laws and the way the states courts have interpreted them. For instance Minnesota from what I can see has a very low throughout history percent chance of police officers ever even seen Court from the side of well the opposite they're usually on. That alone isn't Sebastian either because how often does a city or the state see liability in the form of payouts would also factor in And in what cases and how does that connect to specific personality traits and or disorders in their offices.
But if you hope for assume the best on its own there's still not enough there because it's known narcissists and sociopaths do to cutthroat nature's tend to end up further in positions of power or in corporations or leadership than those who aren't unless the police have controls after hired to filter that then the people making the decisions if it doesn't matter what the majority of officers are they can be overridden
and we see things like one officer draws a gun in Colorado on a guy picking up trash on the front yard and it turns into like a circle of officers drawn on one day picking up trash now cornered in what appeared to be like a back deck or an entryway
in my mind I can't quite see the picture clear enough to remember if they forms even a you or anything close to a risk of if they open fire like that could have been really tragic but really comical. A great dark humor example for how groupthink could go horribly wrong
pro tip: you find yourself actually encircled by officers and weapons are drawn.
ccan always try yelling open fire as you hit the deck 🤣. Employ a bit of psych and toss something straight up for better odds. double those odds if you can do human beatbox and make the sound of a trap releasing. Do not confuse that with a lil jon lyric repeated loudly.
You're trying to exploit conditioned response and muscle memory. It probably works better on country officers
on the off-chance you're black and the police are racist... yelling skeet is probably going to attract rather than deflect aim by the same reasoning 🤔
if that works come back leave a comment letting us know. preferably a video or didn't happen :D
Pro pro tip that one was totally out my ass. but if it's totally out my ass that still leaves chance or another words you can ask talk correct please but I'm warning you... You try that one at your own risk. The ACLU reminds people that some people have attempted to deescalate which should not be the private citizens job and still ended up dead. The psychological aspect of the thing moving up might catch their vision and the aim of the weapon might follow. that's less out my ass. Why do you want it to go up? Well if they just follow you down there still odds of ricochet butt you're a nice bullet decelerator.
Back to MMPI
I'm Not sure if MN or any city there in uses this yet.
I can't find an outright admission but other states like California had text like 90% of cities in California use this.
here's what it stands for
Minnesota multi phasic personality inventory
It was developed at the same u of m that is rumored today to have a culture of fear in the psych department. Fuhrer against speaking out against any of the issues that are present in a clinical ethics sense. Now that one is more verifiable Dan markingson is the name to look up. There's been a few others as well.
Real question is what was the u of m psych department like about a hundred years ago because that's when this was developed.
I'll try to post more info on where it's used and what else is used if anything as it unravels.
This was kind of a free be given to me. Well it was given to me by Google mining everything. Mmpi what the fuck is that? in my news feed...lol
There's clearly a point to it not being broadcast. Although I can't say for sure I know what that point is it might not be the most readily obvious or it might be multiple of concepts but the riddle the obvious one
memorize vs knowing the material or in this case being what's going on having the material to answer correctly.what stay with me for a minute cuz that correctly doesn't necessarily have to be not what personality disorder correctly is what the police are looking for and that's not really communicated.
Also if this is all that's used it's not very much or reliable but the worst thing I can see is if you desire less than stellar for upholding the citizen is taught as Justice then there's this correlation where those people with personality disorders have an elevated tendency to seek positions like police officer to begin with.
Here's rough shot at the logic involved
it's there because even by chance you still have the natural elevation of the personality disorder seeking the position of power
but if you're doing 1% over chance and desired to hire a specific personality disorder.. or had any bias towards finding it okay /acceptable risk or desirable
Its now elevated odds they are applying and decreased odds they will be filtered.
There's always the possibility you could desire to employ narcissist for example.
A singer called macaron early 2000s you would have had to answer Best buy's questions pretty much as a narcissist to get hired. They wanted extreme opinions was the word that was going around. Although that's definitely just rumor. It didn't match up with some of the people that I knew hired by them. At least my evaluation of them
What part of the ethical issue is when it's done as a black box system there's no communicating with the public if you did that how you're trying to not do that or do that and why. Which also upstairs the how effective from anyone would want to find out. So regardless of why you're also limiting the amount of people who can have any opinion let alone raise any concern over issues in the how.
I think I like most of the arguments towards open source providing Superior security.
Or at least greater odds that vulnerabilities are detected At all let alone quickly.
I think it'd be a lot more effective at the house no matter what the why. Put some more eyes on the problem and Superior system to the security by obscurity approach. Again that's assuming that's really the prime goal. I don't want to express cynicism but there's possibilities there's other leading or most significant goals.