The police personality is a controversial topic among psychologists, because psychology, for the most part, is allied with punitive labelling theory and practice, and work hand in black glove to crush those they create as opponents, and dissidents of the wests failed democratic experiment.
And, both industries are the foundation of the modern police and total surveillance state, the raison de tre’ for this generations most significant junk science and the forensics fraud of the threat assessment industry, which is itself implicated in actually harassing individuals via what the association of Threat Assessment Professionals ATAP calls “the colluding parallel investigation,” as they link their form of constant, targeted surveillance, aka the punitive investigation with other junk science like the David V. James and Lorraine Sheridan internet poll in their literature.
This is what weaponized psychiatry is in fact and practice, which is the predicating feature of punitive psychiatry, targeting individuals with actual and highly personalized military grade psychological warfare, drawn from actual dossieres that are passed around secretly, outside of overight, and without substantive due process.
This is demonstrated in two clear ways in this article here, where we see how closely allied military trained propagandists and Fusion Center operatives with weaponized psychology PhD.s -like Brad Carnduff, or Russel Palarea(neither of whom responded to my request for comments )-are with both psychology, and warfare, waged from Fusion Centers and local police departments on US citizens, using actual PsyOps; because these guys feed off the DVIC pork barrel on BOTH sides of military and civilian black operations.
In that light, it is important now to define “what is the police personality,” and call it by its proper names, as we see time and time again that these types are not protecting anything but their pension funds,cases where they frame or harass, or murder individuals, and the many secrets and lies that fuel their continuing power over the narrative of our societies, as well as their ability through that narrativevto hide bad behavior.
Here is one academic opinion about the police personality that, like most pork-barrel and think tank funded studies backed by DVIC and PIC types, attributes the police personality to “on the job stresses,”rather than to culturally transmitted, or in-born and lifelong maladaptive behaviors, aka personality disorders.
It is well documented that sociopaths, sadists, sexual sadists and deviants, as well as clinical narcissists and actual psychopaths fill the ranks of every police department in the US, yet for some reason major media seldom covers that story.
So, ROGS here is kicking off a new series, starting with pointing the weapon of weaponized psychology back at those who point actual weapons at others. And, maybe, because by the time I was twenty, I had on many occasions had many police and police state weapons, including guns, pointed at me point blank, for merely excercising constitutional rights that police shit on every day across America.
But no cockroaches avoid insight into, or oversight of their deviance more than Americas police, who, bar none, despise our civil rights and liberties more than communists are alleged to, or totalitarians, theocratic monarchists like the the Saudis,and their fascist zionazi cousins in Israel who exert undue influence in our financial streams that pay “our ” police.
In that light, take a look at the MASSIVE failure rates of New Yorks Finest on the MMPI, one of the most basic personality tests available in psychology. That test is so basic, that even single celled primordial cretaceous period organisms can get a job if they are honest-but not, for some reason, cops who already fill the ranks of “the finest,”lol.
And, unlike the ASVAB, or the Standford Binet, discussed here, the notoriously lower -than -average median IQ of police and security contractors isnt even a factor in the equation, because the issue here, is that police and those who seek such jobs are generally FUCKING NUTJOBS in the first place,regardless of nature versus nurture; and because the police personality is itself a maladaptive and frequently malevolent feature of failed democracies everywhere:
Port Authority Police candidates with law enforcement jobs failing psych test at alarming rate
By Thomas Tracy
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Aug 19, 2017 | 8:55 PM
Port Authority Police candidates with law enforcement jobs failing psych test at alarming rate
Most cops from the NYPD or state police fail the Port Authority Police Department’s psych exam. (Mark Lennihan/AP)
They’re good enough to wear an NYPD or state police shield, but they’re mentally unfit to protect the Holland Tunnel.
More than 70% of the men and women hoping to join the Port Authority Police Department and who have passed the written exam are being turned down because, the agency says, they failed the psychological exam — even though many of the applicants already have jobs in the New York Police Department, the state police and other law enforcement agencies, the Daily News has learned.
The reject pile numbers in the thousands.
“They are dropping people left and right and blaming it on the psychological exam,” said a high-ranking law enforcement source with knowledge of the Port Authority’s vetting process. “Some of the people being dismissed are already cops. What does that say about the agency that hired them?
“If you’re coming up with numbers like that, you really need to look at yourself — there is something wrong with your system,” the source said.
The massive failure rate on the psychological test has been trending for several years, sources said.
Historically, upward of 20,000 applicants a year take the Port Authority Police Department written exam to be part of the force that police the airports, PATH trains, Midtown bus terminal and bridges and tunnels linking New York to New Jersey — all high profile terror targets.
The Port Authority Police guard people using the airports, PATH trains, Midtown bus terminal and bridges and tunnels linking New York to New Jersey.
The Port Authority Police guard people using the airports, PATH trains, Midtown bus terminal and bridges and tunnels linking New York to New Jersey. (Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
The exam is graded on a curve, depending on how many people the Port Authority needs, but 65% of the test-takers usually pass — about 13,000.
Out of that number, about 9,100 are usually dismissed from the running for failing the agency’s psychological exam, sources said.
“(That’s) double or triple that of any other law enforcement agency that we are aware of,” said Paul Nunziato, president of the Port Authority Police Benevolent Association. “It seems almost impossible that there could be a legitimate medical need to fail that many candidates.”
The psychological exam is a standard questionnaire based on the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, a test used throughout the country to gauge mental health, followed by an interview with a psychologist.
Many of the people the Port Authority found to be too off-balance to protect the George Washington Bridge include New York and New Jersey cops — sparking a major ethical concern.
“If they determine that someone is unfit to be a Port Authority police officer and they already carry a gun, they should be obligated to inform the agency that person works for, but they don’t,” the high-ranking source said.
The Port Authority Police Department’s Tactical Hardening Response Emergency Activation Team.
The Port Authority Police Department’s Tactical Hardening Response Emergency Activation Team. (Handout)
Those being dismissed also include decorated veterans, according to Robert Egbert, the benevolent association’s spokesman.
“We are concerned about the lack of veterans becoming Port Authority police officers,” Egbert said. “It seems the Port Authority is hiding behind a subjective exam and saying to these courageous men and women, ‘You are not good enough.'”
John, a New Jersey cop drummed out of the Port Authority Police Department vetting process, said he “didn’t know what to think” when he was given the news that he failed the psychological exam.
The shock was understandable: John, who asked that his last name be withheld, works in his department’s special victims unit, where he investigates sexual assaults and interviews rape victims.
“I already work in probably one of the most stressful units in law enforcement and they tell me I’m not cut out for this job,” he said. “It just didn’t add up. Why wouldn’t they hire someone who has experience in stressful situations?”
The Port Authority initially refused to comment on the odds-defying trend, demanding The News seek answers through the Freedom of Information Law. A FOIL request for documents regarding Port Authority Police Department vetting was quickly denied.
Unlike the psych exam, 65% of applicants pass the Port Authority Police written exam.
Unlike the psych exam, 65% of applicants pass the Port Authority Police written exam. (SochAnam/Getty Images/iStockphoto)
On Friday, the Port Authority acknowledged that “failure numbers in the most recent class were higher than average.”
“(It’s) a reflection of some reforms put in place to date,” the agency said in a statement. “The Port Authority’s ambition is to have the highest-quality police force possible. In pursuit of that ambition, the agency has been reviewing the selection process for police recruits