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You are a counselor for a major metropolitan police force. Your job is to interview persons who are referred to you by superiors, who voluntarily come to you for counseling, or who, because of a specific incident, are mandated by departmental regulations to seek your counsel. On the last four callouts over the past 6 weeks, three of them have resulted in the offender beinYou have a decision to make at this point. In a 3–5 page paper, respond to the following: Describe the mental state of the sniper since the three shootings have occurred in which he killed the offenders. Articulate two of the possible personality disorders or afflictions that the sniper has that are interfering with his work. Explain whether, if the sniper would get the treatment needed, he might be able to return to his duties as a sniper, or possibly back to regular uniformed duties. Relate how treatment of the sniper would benefit him as an individual in terms of his interpersonal relationships and his own safety.

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CRJS466 Individual Project Week ThreeNameClassDateProfessorCRJS466 Individual Project Week Three As a counselor it is important to be able to recognize the signs of distress in clients. In this case a sniper working for the metropolitan police department has begun to show signs he is suffering from mental health issues. These issues are the result of the sniper having to shoot the hostage takers in three out of four incidents requiring the expertise of a sniper. Having to kill three criminals in a three week period has caused the sniper major strain resulting in uncharacteristic behavior. Recently the sniper acted impulsively at a scene with a shooter. Instead of remaining in position and shooting the criminal with a gun from a distance the sniper walked out in the open and arrested the shooter without incident. Snipers are trained to shoot criminal threats from a distance. When the sniper approached the dangerous shooter he put his life at risk and the lives of his fellow officers. This behavior is not unusual creating major concern. The sniper has been displaying unusual behavior. He has nightmares and refuses to sleep with his wife. The sniper has been drinking excessively and began to cry the other night while out drinking with friends. The sniper has completely forgotten the incident and acted impulsively at the scene of the shooter when he approached the armed man. There is a potential he has a death wish. Since the behavior is

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