Correlations between the amount of formal education and performance criteria are reported. In general,
although correlations are low, there seemed to be a consistent pattern: (a) Higher levels of formal education
tended to be associated with fewer injuries, disciplinary actions from accidents, preventable accidents, and sick
days per year. More highly educated officers were also likely to be more motivated. A path analysis indicated that
intelligence and motivation were virtually unrelated to each other, but both were related (in different ways) to
Discuss the Influence of Higher Education on a Law Enforcement Officers performance.
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