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Police Officers And The Police Officer

- It is not right for one to abuse their powers especially when it harms other people, police officers have a lot of power in their hands and to some that power goes to their heads and they abuse of that power and use excessive force when needed or not needed, either way they do not have the right to use it. Because police officers are using excessive force they should change how police officers deal in certain situations, they should punish police officers who use excessive force and they should put body cameras on police officers....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Police officer]

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Police Brutality Of Police Abuse

- For many years in the past, police action particularly police abuse, has come to be unclear. Citizens are worried about protecting them from criminals. In fact they need to me aware of the corrupt police officers that are in the streets today as well as the criminals. There are many examples that make police brutality the worst as it is today. This one is one of them. Police Officer Daniel is in the choke hold death of Eric Garner, come in the wake if November 15th by the channel 24 news in Ferguson Missouri, police officer would walk free after killing 10 year old Michael Brown....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Police officer]

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Police Brutality And The Police

- In the United States almost every week there are new articles about police brutality. Police brutality is a use of excessive force by the police when controlling a situation. Police officers are only allowed to use that amount of force necessary to complete their task or control a situation. One specific group that is targeted the most are minorities. The factors that contribute to police brutality are organizational factors, psychological factors, and racial profiling. Different departments have different structures in place: whether the department rotates it workers, the supervision level or their formal or informal policies....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Police officer]

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Police Abuses Of Police Brutality

- Police have been in the news non-stop lately and it seems to be a recurring theme as to why they keep showing up in the media. Police are starting to be neglected by the citizens that they are supposed to be protecting and it might be rightfully so. In the past year or so there have been an outstanding amount of police complaints by a lot of citizens and there has a movement been started called Black Lives Matter. All of these protests and movements are being started because of police brutality....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Police officer]

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Police Officers And Police Officer

- Police departments around the united states always focuses on making the community a safer place, helping the community and make the city or county that police officers work in look good and always looking professional while police officers do their job. It takes a lot of courage to be a police officer, you have to be physically prepared, but, the police officer has to be always mentally prepared, every decision that a police officer makes has to be the right one, if a police officer makes a wrong decision, it could cost your career or someone’s life....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Police officer]

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Police Brutality And The Police

- There has been controversy in the world about police brutality and whether police have used excessive force to apprehend a subject is increasing. Police brutality has been around for a long time, but it just now televised. In the late 19th century, the issue of police brutality was often tied to business owners’ efforts to break up strikes by workers attempting to organize and form labor unions, also on a day known as Bloody Sunday where a group of peaceful protesters were literally beaten to the ground, sprayed with tear gas, and water hose by the police (“Police Brutality”)....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Police officer]

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Police Brutality And The Police

- Police Officers wearing Body Cameras A tragic accident happened so close to home on April 12, 2015 . A young man by the name of Freddie Gray was arrested for allegedly carrying a switchblade. He was placed in uncomfortable position when he was being transported to the police station. Upon this incident he fell into a coma ,and he was rushed to the hospital .The medical record showed that he suffered from a spinal injury, while being transported to the police station .Investigators have found out about the unnecessary force that was used while he was being arrested....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Police officer]

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Police Brutality And The Police

- In today’s society, police officers are very cautious on how much force they can use on a suspect due to the police brutality going on right now. Police brutality is defined as the use of force exceeding what is necessary, many people argue that there should be new policies to determine how much force a police officer can use and also have laws that will convict officers who have killed people by using too much force, so that there is less incidents in the future. Most law enforcement agencies have policies that determine the use of force needed....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Police officer]

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Police And The Police Body Cameras

- Police Body Worn Cameras Police worn body cameras would help the public believe in police agencies again. The cameras would help minimize the complaints about officers that use unnecessary force or inappropriate behavior and vice versa from a civilian. The police worn cameras do not lie so they will protect against any false accusations, misconduct and abuse against officers or civilians. The video footage would also help in speeding up court proceedings by providing proof of the crime. The video footage could also help in reducing court costs by speeding up the court proceedings by pre-trial plea bargains or convictions....   [tags: Police, Constable, Police brutality]

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The Police Of A Police Officer

- We live in an evolving and ever changing world. This does not only apply to technology but also to the jobs that have been around for hundreds of years; like police officers. A police officer is someone who whose job is to enforce laws, investigate crimes, and make arrests in order to protect the community they have sworn themselves to. The past few years have shown us several major police brutality cases that have caused communities across the nation to turn against and lose trust in their officers due to one case and the media....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Constable]

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