Increased morale on an individual and agency-wide basis; this will result in a decrease in the burnout rate of officers.
Positive impacts that carry over to the officer’s personal life; this will reduce stress and hardship and equate to a more patient and understanding officer on the job, spurring even more beneficial results and therein creating a positive cycle.
Increasing the level of cooperation between individuals and suspects and law enforcement; this will result in more cases being solved and a higher satisfaction rate within the public.
A reduction in additional charges after contact; this will ease overcrowding issues and allow district attorneys to base plea deals on the level of cooperation of subjects, further promoting cooperation with law enforcement.
An increase in applicant pools over time; this will allow agencies to be more selective when hiring new officers, reducing the turnover rate and helping reduce the number of seasoned veterans leaving the profession.
A reduction in the number of complaints and the severity of complaints within agencies; this will further reduce liability and allow each agency to support its officers more, create more transparency and trust with the public, and further foster positive relationships.
Better funding and initiatives being passed by voters based on improved public relations; this will allow for better ideas, more policing, and a partnership between law enforcement and the community that yields a decrease in the occurrence and magnitude of riots should negative situations arise.