Policemen Assertiveness and Communication Style in a Pandemic Context


  • Simona Rogoz Danubius University of Galati


assertiveness; fields of activity; strategy; communication channels; policeman


During the evolution of human skills in various fields of activity, a series of changes that
produced results where those directly involved became aware of their power of manifestation took
place. Moreover, such aspects can be integrated in all fields of activity, if access to information with
and about the benefits of conscious involvement and their constant implementation is facilitated. One
of these aspects refers to the personal communication style.There were more than a few contexts in
which a handful of people had the courage and power to change the course of implementation of some
ideas in their field of activity (including certain legislative frameworks) by improving communication
and making the transition from a passive or aggressive communication style to an assertive one. This
implementation can be done in compliance with all the rules and procedures imposed by the legislative
framework of a certain activity. This way, we can reach results that highlight the effectiveness of
improving the communication style and its development towards an assertive one.

Author Biography

Simona Rogoz, Danubius University of Galati

Student, 3 year, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization Psychology


*** Law 360/2002 on the status of the police officer.

*** National Strategy for Order and Public Safety 2015-2020.


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How to Cite

Rogoz, S. (2022). Policemen Assertiveness and Communication Style in a Pandemic Context. New Trends in Psychology, 4(2). Retrieved from https://dj.univ-danubius.ro/index.php/NTP/article/view/2104