Cops Essays

  • Dont Talk To Cops

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    Don't Talk to Cops "GOOD MORNING! My name is investigator Holmes. Do you mind answering a few simple questions?" If you open your door one day and are greeted with those words, STOP AND THINK! Whether it is the local police or the FBI at your door, you have certain legal rights of which you ought to be aware before you proceed any further. In the first place, when law enforcement authorities come to see you, there are no "simple questions". Unless they are investigating a traffic accident

  • Beer and Corn Flakes

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    There are many obstacles that one must overcome in order to achieve one’s goals and overall success. We are born to make mistakes; and whether one chooses to rectify those mistakes, and ultimately learn from them, is up to that individual. When I was sixteen, I made a life altering decision which luckily, I was able to overcome and learn from; I was arrested at a party for underage consumption. Although the party left some very fond memories ingrained in my brain, the actual moment when I got arrested

  • Television and Media - The Emotional Security of Real-life TV

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    The Emotional Security of Real-life Television Real-life television shows of police officers, such as COPS and LAPD: Life on the Beat, offer viewers an intimate, up-close look at life as seen through the eyes of determined police officers who patrol our streets. Television cameras capture actual footage of police officials working to expose and fight drugs, gangs, prostitution, and murder as well as other criminal injustices. As people watch the episodes, they cheer for the "good guys" and detest

  • Family Dynamics And Structure Of Conflict In Blue Bloods

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    The location is New York city, the home to the Reagan family and the setting of the cop drama Blue Bloods. The show follows the Reagan 's, a family with their roots entrenched deep in the structure of the NYPD. The family has a long history of law enforcement service starting with Henry Reagan (played by Len Cariou) the former police commissioner and father of the acting PC Frank (Tom Selleck). His three children Danny, Erin and Jamie (played by Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan and Will Estes

  • Bank Robbery

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    women." "And you'd steal from family? Why?" So when do we strike?" Shorty asked. "Early in the morning, I hope. First I've got to find out when the vault opens. But listen. There's a new escape route." "I liked the old one." "Hate to repeat an MO. Cops keep track of stuff like that," Bruno explained. "Anyway, this plan's a winner. I've snitched a 'Student Driver' sign from the local high school. You'll steal a car, attach the sign to it and park at the bank like some kid waiting on his drivers'-Ed

  • Illegal Drugs

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    alcohol products. *Nicotine is a drug, yet adults are allowed to use many different forms of tobacco products, all      which have tobacco in them. *The drug Caffeine can be found in many everyday items, like soda candy bars. Think of how      many cops we would need if caffeine products were illegal. Why are drugs like cocaine,marijuana and heroin illegal? Cocaine, marijuana and heroin are illegal because most people think that these controlled substances are simply to dangerous for anyone to use

  • L.A. Confidential

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    L.A. Confidential L.A. Confidential is a movie of cops that are more corrupt than the criminals they arrest. Throughout the movie Bud White is portrayed to have a personal hatred for women abusers despite becoming enraged and hitting Lynn Bracken. At the beginning of the movie, Bud and two other officers are seen sitting in a car, observing a man beating his wife. Officer White gets out of the car, approaches the house, and then pulls the family’s Christmas decorations from the roof. When the man

  • The End of Chunking Express

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    scenes. The reason is because the ending mainly deals with shots and reversed shots of two people, Faye and Cop 633, which is regarded as parallel to their first encounter of them. The scene shows dialogues between Faye and Cop 633 at the same place that they had their first meeting, but many things have changed. As the time has gone by, Faye has become a stewardess with longer hair and Cop is running the café after retirement. However, there are also commonalities between the times, which create

  • The Perfect Idea

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    drove past him following all the laws as we headed towards the point. The point was located on a dead end road, and with our luck, it was already closed for that night. “Shoot! It’s closed!” said Justine, who was scared because we had just passed a cop. “What should we do, David?” I said nervously “Let’s just be calm and go out the same way,” David replied. “Are you sure?” I asked. “Yeah, yeah, he’s not going to do anything. Trust me,” he said with confidence. “Okay,” I said, although I knew

  • Reservoir Dogs

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    "I don't give a fuck what you know or don't know, but I'm gonna torture you anyway, regardless. Not to get information. It's so amusing for me to torture a cop. All you can do is pray for a quick death, which you aint gonna get." Mr. Blonde in Reservoir Dogs, 1992 This guy was the most twisted and sickly perverted guy in the whole movie. He had no reservations about killing people. He was brutal. He loved torture and death. By his own admission he liked to see the peoples' expressions when they

  • Police Officer

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    You wake up to the sound of a drug-addict vandalizing a mobile home. When this happens, who do you call? Not your mother, but the cops. The typical cop faces this situation on a regular basis. A policemen’s life is far from Hollywood; it is quite difficult to work where most people don’t acknowledge your life or job. Most people think of policemen as a nuisance, but cops are much more than that; they save lives. Policemen keep the peace, enforce laws, control riots, prevent injustices, investigate

  • play review

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    Play Review “COPS” When I found out that I had to attend theater Play’s [plays] for class I was looking forward to attending them. I told my wife that I had to attend and she had to go with me. Since I was not too excited about going to a play I let my wife pick out the play. We decided to see “COPS” at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood. The two main characters are undercover Chicago police officers. They would always come to the diner early in the morning and tell stories of there experiences

  • Creative Writing: Invisible Man

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    was closed, and that there was caution tape all around, indication that something had happened here. “Hands where I can see them,” a cop guarding the crime scene said as soon as he spotted the woman with brownish red hair wandering around, Alexis nodded doing as she was told, there wasn’t any point in trying to fight back, and raising her arms above her head, as the cop slowly and cautiously approached her. “What is a lady like you doing here?” his partner asked in disbelief. “This is a crime scene

  • Assault on Precinct 13

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    about a ragtag group of cops and criminals trapped in a police station. The thrill of this dark action flick is rightly focused on the characters, eerie setting, and tons of stripped down action and gunplay that truly brings this old school throw-down to life. The driving force of the film lies within the chemistry of the ensemble cast. In “Precinct 13” there is a fine line between the good-guys and the bad-guys, as the cops and criminals have to team up against more cops who are in fact, the bad-guys

  • The Heat of the Fourth of July

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    hot that Fourth of July many years ago, but looking back it was the heat that impressed itself upon me the most. The true heat was much more than the temperature. The true heat that I felt was from the long, winding, awe-inspiring chase that the cops gave my friends and me. Let it be said now: the moral of this story is to not shoot bottle rockets toward police cruisers; the consequences are frightening to say the least. The day was like any other Independence Day in its celebration-the

  • The Rake Short Story

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    friend said, “Okay I will. No problem,” replied James’ friend. James’ mom ended the call and had only one choice: She called the cops and reported her son as a missing child. The cops came and looked at the picture of the kid and asked questions. Then twenty minutes later, said, “Okay ma’am, do not worry. We are going to leave right now and go look for your son

  • Partying with Friends and the Consequences

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    invincible, little do we know things will turn sour before dawn. I get in the car with two of my other buddy’s and drive off from the party; Chris decides to make a trip to the gas station for some late night snacks. As were leaving the gas station a cop dec...

  • Ridley Scott's Blade Runner: What Does it Mean to be Human?

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    Ridley Scott's Blade Runner: What Does it Mean to be Human? Blade Runner written by Ridley Scott is a movie based in the future. It is Scott's depiction of what is to become of Earth. But technological advances shown in Blade Runner have come to a point where humanity can be questioned. Reality is blurred and the nature of what is human is changing. Replicants appear identical to humans and even have emotions, while the real humans appear cold and unemotional. So who is really human and what

  • the Problem Of Place In America And my Neighborhood: The Breakdown

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    neighbors. People feel threatened by the size of the communities and they do not know anyone. These is due partly to consumerism, which keeps people indoors. Reed was feared because of the color of his skin. Dogs would bark at him as he walked by, cops would enter his own home to harass him, people would yell racial slurs, and he was even watched closely to make sure that he did not abduct a child off the street. These fears are a result of the media and our society telling us to fear certain types

  • Madonnas Like a Prayer Analysis

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    controversial religious content and both companies are family oriented which they thought may have blemished their image. In the opening scenes of the video you see Madonna witness a crime and a black man coming to help the woman just in time when the cops get there. This man is arrested for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. He is totally innocent and in fact was trying to help the woman. So Madonna goes to the church where she prays to the black Jesus, which also looks like the hero from earlier