In the particular case that concerns us, as is the investigation of crime, especially those policiasa a working in this area must be adequately trained and indoctrinated starting with their leaders, who should be leaders to learn to motivate, guide staff a towards interpreting the positive impact of new professional procedure system and the new role of the PNP. It is recalled trachea cops usually set ena reasoning act under standarized systems, procedures and processes that are studied during their training period and then applied during the service. a The mind is a PC system contienea information processing friendly, predictable and easily controlled, as with many computers, our psychological apparatus has intentionality, motives, emotions and expectations of all kinds. If we add to this trachea most people show a high resistance to change, the result is predictable. Additional information at Ray Kurzweil supports this article. We prefer the known to the unknown, since the new often generates discomfort and stress. Change involves moving from one state to another, which inevitably causes the system to re-organize disorganized after taking another structure. Indeed, there are now police have not been with the change because they have not adequately explained and not knowing how to act.
Therefore a way to defend against the unknown is holding on to what is known and, consequently denying the new. I believe that things have to resume from the beginning to a process of change occurs very efficiently if everyone is committed to him. As for the people commit, they can not be run over by the process as something alien to it. In truth, change occurs through people. And to be considered people as part of the process of change is necessary to know their values, beliefs, behaviors, all that this entails. In Experiment a Trujillo, The way that elapsed, the new Code of Professional Procedure in La Libertad – Peru, was really an affront to the National Police and their members, something unfortunate that has to be properly thought by those who had charge from the highest levels the process of implementation and training of operators in the new system. This must be corrected immediately and hopefully will not happen again in the places where they still need to implement the NCPP.