Even though, police brutality is a big problem, it is only proving the police wrong when it is clear they are trained to serve and protect with a lot of different protocols in the process of the whole situation. The police would only react to a perp violently and with force if they felt threatened and when this happens local news and internet makes it look as if police are the bad guys which in some situations they are, but others they aren 't they are just doing their job as officers to serve and protect. Three possible solutions to this problem would be firing the officer, giving them jail time, or even treating them as they treated the victim for reasons that did not require brutal force, but in other cases the pipe should be the one in
them mentally specifically in the problem of police vs. people of color is a very violent and damaging one. In this problem what happens is that the police think they are bigger and better then the people of color so they thinks it gives them the right to mistreat the people of color both physically and mentally. We can see how the issue of police v.s people of color has been given attention by media we have started to see the prejudice, racism, and discrimination in America.The citizens of America as whole have to open their eyes and realize the danger of this us vs.them issue and stop turning their back on people of color because the situation is only going to get worse and more dangerous and
The mugshots make the people forget about the police officer killing a person. It makes society view blacks as thugs and criminals.With white people you see the opposite. Dylan Roof, the shooter in the Charleston nine, posted racist comments on social media. When he was found, the police officers deleted the racist post and took him to jail with a bullet proof vest. While on trial, it was stated that he was “ mentally ill.” The media often states this when a white person has committed a crime.
When they refuse the police officer of course gets really angry and will pull the owner out of the car and beat them. This is a really big issue because citizens have the right but police officers should not take advantage of them just because they have a badge.Yes, maybe some people do deserve to get beat but some are innocent and do not deserve to get beat. Its really crazy how the united states lets this fall by. some states don't even care or even do anything about it. This world is really crazy!
The law enforcement targeting black males, as caused society to see black males in a dangerous point of view. The story Trayvon Martin, a 17 year old boy who was gunned down because his killer George zimmerman chose to not listen to the police instruction. On his way home after buying a bag of skittles and a can of iced tea from 7-eleven Trayvon was approached by Zimmerman. Zimmerman confronted Trayvon because he suspected him of doing something, which resulted in both men fighting on the floor. Tayvion was killed during this altercation by Zimmerman’s gun, and zimmerman was arrested for it.
Their contributions to society need to be acknowledged. A group with a history of contempt for cops has made several appearance in the news for all of the wrong reasons, this group is called black lives matter. This group was created after an 18 year old black man named Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson, Missouri by a police officer. The man was unarmed and the case was very controversial because it wasn’t clear how far the man was away from the cop and whether or not the boy was making a move to attack the cop. It is still a mystery of what exactly happened that
Witness claim young Mr. Brown was told by police officer to move onto side walk. When Mr. Brown did not the police opened fire and killed him. Mr. Brown was unarmed and had his hands up in the air when police shoot him dead. The police officer was not a rookie, Darrin Wilson, did he have reason to kill this young man. This incident broke out a riot in Ferguson, Missouri causing national attention.
Citizens in minority communities are more prone to be attacked by police because of such misconducts. Police arrest the individuals for no exact reason, hurting the individual. Police are supposed to protect and serve the people; however, police abuse their power and actions
This extreme opposition to guns in America can be seen through an article written by Monica Bauer in the Huffington Post. To start the article, Bauer talks about a particular instance when an African American male was killed during an argument at a gas station about the level he was playing his music. Bauer continuously returns to the conclusion that carrying guns leads to an “occasion of sin.” Her proposition is that if guns were completed eliminated from the equation, that less people would be killed. In writing, that sounds great, but the problem with this particular argument is that criminals are not particularly known for obeying laws, especially ... ... middle of paper ... ...handgun. Instances such as the shootings at Sand Hook Elementary and Columbine High School cause numerous important questions to arise, but solutions cannot seem to be found.
Who can we turn to on this earth to keep us safe if everyone and thing seems to be corrupt? When did police brutality become a thing in the U.S.? What exactly are we dealing with and what can we, as a nation, be doing to solve this awful conflict evolving quickly in the U.S. When did police brutality fist arise? Police brutality has had a