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Police officers are granted qualified immunity, meaning that as long as they acted in goodfaith
and their conduct was reasonable, they have a defense. Over the years,
the courts have struggled to develop a test for what is meant by “goodfaith.”
In 1975, the Supreme Court developed a test that considered both what
the officer's state of mind was at the time of the act in question (the
subjective element) and whether the officer's act violated clearly established legal rights (the objective element).22 Overzealous conduct that is not undertaken in goodfaith and that occurs without regard for the rights of citizens can and will result in a finding of liability.
Question 10. 10. One
element the complaining citizen's actions is used by courts to determine
whether a police officer acted in "good faith" is (Points :
the officer's state of mind.
the officer's training.
the complaining citizen's actions.
the complaining citizen's injuries
Question 2. 2. law
enforcement officers are most
susceptible to litigation and liability as an outgrowth of their work is
parole and probation officers.
law enforcement officers.