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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

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    “The police must obey the law by enforcing the law” (Earl Warren). All police officers are given the authority to use force. When force may be applied and how much should be applied vary on the situation or circumstance. Force is defined as physical power or coercion used upon or directed toward another person (RioLearn, 2017). Force must be deemed reasonable and justified based on the circumstances than an officer must use it such as for self-defense, making arrests, preventing escape, or in protecting

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    there a need to broaden the roles of traffic police, and how so? This essay will discuss this question, and argue for or against whether or not traffic police should broaden their roles within the police force. While there are limited references to refer to on aspects of policing and traffic policing, this essay will discuss the different roles and functions related to police officers in general, followed by what the roles and functions of traffic police are. Following this, the essay will continue

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    Police Force

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    what police can and cannot do in terms of force. Police officers are trained and authorized to use force in making some arrests, restraining unruly combatants, or controlling a disruptive demonstration (Adams, 1999). There are several levels of force within the standard operating procedures of law enforcement agencies; however, these levels of force can vary depending on the circumstances and can change according to the types of weapons officer carried. Reasonable force means the use of force that's

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    use of force by law enforcement officers is described by the Internal Association of Chiefs of Police as the “amount of effort required by police to compel compliance by an unwilling subject” (National Institute of Justice, 2016). The amount of force used by the law enforcement officer is situational based dependent the officer’s perception and the subject’s actions (National Institute of Justice, 2016). When a law enforcement officer uses force, they should only use the amount of force necessary

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    Los Angeles Police Department on a high speed chase making it up to 115 miles per hour. When King was eventually caught, officers pulled him from his car and began to beat King with their batons hitting and kicking him more than 50 times and shocking him with stun guns in a period of two minutes as he struggled helplessly on the ground outside of his car. King suffered 11 skull fractures, kidney damage, and brain damage. This was one of America’s first viral video of what excessive force is, and it

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    Police officers risk their lives everyday in the line of duty. Whether it 's pulling someone over, responding to a breaking and entering call, rushing to the scene of an accident, or even driving home after work, they risk their lives doing it. Lately, police have been ridiculed while on duty on a daily basis. Citizens seem to dislike officers more and more leading to an all around negative view of police. Something needs to be done to stop all this hatred towards police officers. The Grayling police

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    Police have many roles to take on an everyday basis. The main goal for an officer is to keep criminals off the streets and to try and maintain a safe environment for people to live. Many people disagree with some of the decisions officers make to enforce these rules and causes a lot of controversy. Today many people don't respect our police officers because of actions made by others. A major issue today is police use of force, stop and frisk. According to (nyclu.org), “innocent New Yorkers have

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    Police Force Corruption

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    task force could cause corruption. A single Chief of police could potentially have more power than the President of the United States. They can look over certain crimes, hire biasedly, and be politically active which, can cause even more corruption. If we had a national police force, our taxes would go to other counties with higher crime rates such as Detroit or Memphis instead of going to our own country. This new police force would change the way our country handles crime, the local police now,

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    Peruvian Police Force and Its Components: A Study Yvette Nicola Police Administration- Theory and Practice November 12, 2015 Dr. Siyu Liu New Jersey City University When it comes to the topic of policing, countries have different laws and regulations for the police force. Tactics also differ which allow each police force to be unique and distinct from others. In the presentation covered, Peru’s police force was examined. Topics that were discussed include the history and demographics

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