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  • Police Enforcement And The Police

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    about the police and they feel they should be afraid of the police rather than feel protected by the police. Dr. King once wrote that “When you have seen hate-filled policemen curse, kick, brutalize, and even kill your black brothers and sisters with impunity, you express a great deal of anxiety over our willingness to break laws” (King 5). Seeing what police officers are capable of, not feeling any guilt or remorse of what has been done, changes the perspective of how people view the police departments

  • Police And Police Brutality

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    questioning if they will ever be safe in the streets again. Not everyone in the world is a criminal, but it only takes one person to ruin and blame the whole race. Police brutality is an everyday case and there has yet nothing to be done to help reduce nor stop the violence. Often people critic the duty and the responsibilities that a police officer has in this county. Their duty is far from just eating donuts and drinking coffee. The first thing someone does when they feel like their life or someone’s

  • Police Brutality And The Police

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    Police brutality is seen as a real problem in America today. What people do not seem to realize is that the police carry a massive burden each day. The work that officers do has the potential to be very demanding and sometimes involves dangerous situations. In these situations the officers are in the position where they may be required to use force to gain control. The continuum of force dictates the level that is most appropriate for the situation. Most people do not realize that is not the officers

  • Police And Police Corruption

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    easy to expose or prove (Pepys, 2003). Police corruption are actions that exploit their powers as low enforcement officers (Williams & Arrigo, 2012). Police corruption can and has caused much of the public to lose confidence in law enforcement. When police are corrupt, it impacts society more than corruption of other government agencies because of their role as the gatekeeper of the justice system and authority (Lee, Lim, Moore, & Kim, 2013). Police have a wide range of discretionary powers that

  • Police

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    Becoming a Police Officer Keisha Elliott CJA/214 May/114/2012 Jeremy Leach Elliott Becoming a Police Officer The act of communicating is a universal practice shared and used by all human beings. It is so universal that it holds true to many different definitions of its meaning. The act could be defined as the expelling of thoughts into words to transmit information to another person. Communication exists between two or more individuals to share information, ideas, thoughts or

  • Police Brutality And The Police

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    recent shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO and the resulting riots, the aggressive actions taken by police units has been pulled back into the spotlight, and law enforcement’s right to use force has been drawn into deep debate. People are angry and cannot seem to understand why the police use force when and where they do. The have come to equate the use of force with police brutality when in reality it is a system of steps that are designed to protect innocent bystanders from potentially

  • Police Forces And The Police Force

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    Baltimore police force is provided with more resources than a small town police force. The wire showed how provided the Baltimore police was. In the wire it showed how the media turned the murder case into a drug case. When the media got involved the police chief made a new drug task force to fix the problem. This drug task force was made of people in different departments of the Baltimore police. It shows how the Baltimore police force can spared people for a new program. When this drug force started

  • Relationship Between Police And Police

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    Alannis J. Bremer Dr. Robyn McGee English 102 2 November 2017 Police Relations in Black America Numerous unjust losses covered by the media over recent years that involved African Americans and police officers are continuously dwelling in the minds of many today. All of these incidents involved excessive force by officers and many involved racial profiling as well. Following these incidents, many American’s have vocalized their loss of trust with law enforcement officials through protest marches

  • The Consequences Of Police Discretion In The Police

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    Police are what is known as street-level bureaucrats. This basically means that police are civil servants working on the “street level” in direct contact with the general public enforcing the laws of the local, state and federal law. Police officers work alone or with a partner patrolling the streets within their beat, therefor they are given a lot of discretion with their title. Discretionary judgment is necessary for a well functioning police department, but it must be demonstrated properly

  • Police Officers And The Police Enforcement

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    The psychologist serves a great purpose in the law enforcement as well. The police psychologists provide services that are used to counter police use of excessive force. The psychologists are there to characterize the types of officers who are known to abuse force and to recommend psychology-based intervention that could help police managers reduce cases of excessive force. Some think that the police departments should rely mostly on pre employment screening to identify violence-prone candidates

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