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    conducted a randomized-controlled study with the Rialto Police Department in California. The purpose of their study was to observe the effects of body-worn cameras on the frequency of use-of-force incidents as well as citizens’ complaints. In my research study, I will test only the effect of body-worn cameras on use-of-force incidents. I propose to study the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department in Indianapolis, Indiana. This research setting is a lot larger than Ariel, Farrer, and Sutherland’s

  • Use of Force

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    Use of Force The use of force is inevitable in police work. In many situations the lives of officers or civilians can be taken by not using force when necessary or using it improperly. Many factors come into play when an officer decides to use force. This includes is the use of force justified, has the officer been properly trained to use force, and will the department be held liable if the force is used improperly? There are two types of force in police work. One is non deadly force and the

  • The Use of Force

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    The Use of Force The point of view in the story “The Use of Force” is in first person narrative. This conveys inner the inner thoughts of the narrator as the doctor. The doctor is a reliable narrator and an observer. I feel that his personality is brought out in the doctor. So the doctors thoughts and behaviors are a reflection of the authors. As for the setting it takes place at a family’s home. I think it takes place somewhere in the early 1900's. I think it would make a difference to the story

  • War: Is Military Force Ever Justified?. War Has Become

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    War: Is Military Force Ever Justified? War has become a very sensitive, polarizing subject in the past few decades. Either it’s good or bad, right or wrong, black or white. Many people do not find any justification, even though no decision is more thought out than a country’s decision to use military force. for anything war-related because of the negative reality that it is war: violent, nasty, unyielding. All they see is an unprejudiced killing parade that rips lives apart. But what many people

  • Summary Of ' Sammy Yatim '

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    Sammy Yatim was an 18 years old boy who got on a streetcar late during the night of July 26, 2013. Mark Rogan from Toronto Life describes what happened that night; four girls boarded and sat at the back of the car near Yatim. He proceeded to unzip his pants and expose himself, and a switchblade to the girls, causing them to scream. This caused a panic in all the other passengers, and they began to exit the streetcar despite Yatim’s demands to remain where they were. Once exiting the streetcar many

  • Essay about Taser Use Guidelines

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    There has recently been a demand for the use of less than lethal weapons in the community, and country at large. To meet this demand, the Asheville Police Department will be adopting the use of Tasers. Though Tasers are potentially lethal, they can be used more safely that a handgun, yet are more incapacitating than chemical spray. The use of Tasers will be explained with training as technology and laws progress. The most important thing is that the use of Tasers always falls within the law.

  • Use of Force

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    and muscle tissue exposed to the world. The chemical behind krokodil, desomorphine, it is available as a morphine substitute shortly after laboratory synthesis in 1992. Desomorphine is eight to ten times more potent than morphine. The medicinal use of desomorphine was concentrated to Europe, particularly Switzerland. The

  • Personal Statement On Real Life Employees

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    There does not exist in this world a job in which conflict does not occur. It just isn’t a possibility. Even if you are a company of one working for yourself there still exists conflict. Conflict with customers, conflict with orders, conflict with banks; it doesn’t matter because conflict is unescapable. So dealing with it and minimizing it are priorities in any efficient organization. Over the course of this semester we have been indoctrinated in the various forms conflict presents itself as

  • Use Of Force And Use Of Discretion

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    Running head: USE OF FORCE AND USE OF DISCRETION IN POLICING 1 USE OF FORCE AND USE OF DISCRETION IN POLICING 13 The Use of Force and Use of Discretion in Policing Shardell M. Thomas American Military University Contents What is Use of Force? 3 Use of Force Continuum 4 Police Code of Silence 6 Role of Training 8 Role of Administration 9 Conclusion 10 References 13 What is Use of Force? Police have been given the responsibility to enforce the laws of a government and

  • Use of Force Essay

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    Use of Force Use of Force Serena R. Smith Grand Canyon University JUS 515 Use of Force Use of Force One night, a small-town patrol officer stops a car driven by two teenagers. The officer believes that one of them might be responsible for a string of recent burglaries. The teens are questioned, and the officer becomes angry at their responses. Over the objections of the teenagers, both teens are pulled out of the car and shoved around a little. They are both told that they are under arrest