I think it is important for people to have their Miranda Rights read to them if they are being interviewed by the law enforcement . I think people should have the Right to remain silent when being catechised by enforcement . People should have the Right to have a lawyer present when being questioned by the police. Miranda Rights are more than just words on paper. I think it is important for people to have their Miranda Rights read to them when they are being questioned by the police.
This topic is very controversial because not everyone agrees but all those risks you take while driving can be avoided and not using your phone while driving can save lives. People should be safer while driving because it can have a good outcome and the roads can be easier and safer to drive
Problem oriented policing is a combination of law enforcement and social work (Jackson, 2016). This combination approach helps police officers to identify problems, analyze then, and determine the underlying cause. Identifying and addressing the root cause of crime is the goal of problem-oriented policing (Roufa, 2017). The SARA model is used to help officers with this method of modern policing. Problem oriented policing and the SARA model are used to proactively prevent crime, vs simply reacting to it.
Deadly force is only justified as a last resort. This is especially, if there is significant threat of death or bodily harm to yourself or the people around you. However this is a question of judgment which is left to the interpretation of the person who feels his or her life is danger. Even with that, the use of force given the circumstances the degree of judgment and subsequent use of force should be reasonable. Note that the use of force is not permitted and thus against the law, but it is justified in some instances.
Distracted driving is a serious issue in the United States that can have major negative effects and needs to be rectified. Everyday accidents on the road occur and distracted driving plays a major role in them. It is commonly agreed upon that it needs to be rectified, but the important question is, whether the repercussions for distracted driving should be equated to drunken driving. Based on data, statistics, and the effects of distracted driving, the repercussions for distracted driving and drunken driving should be equated. Equating the repercussions will be effective in reducing the number of road fatalities by creating a sense of precaution and seriousness for all drivers.
Society is greater than parts, but as a whole. Another option I would use in addressing the drinking and driving social problem is to show people who have DUI’s and those who are known to drinking and driving is to show how Emile Durkheim would illustrate anomie and how to get rid of anomie by getting the individuals to get to more of a functional interdependence state. He would let individuals see the world in the state as if they were drinking and driving. This is also important because it shows what happens when anomie is not involved in modern societies because of individual’s human egoism when they drink and drive. From this, we can create a stimulation where alcoholics and people with continuous and first and second offenders DUI’s would
Maybe those adults who are tempted to use their firearm unlawfully will start a shooting spree, but those who are responsible will help stop that from happening. Lots of adults have the common sense and realize that once they do something wrong, it may change your whole life. In both sides of the argument, there are still pros and cons, but it would be better if concealed handguns were allowed in public
Kira Johnson Eng 111-11:00 Ms. Booms December 9, 2016 Drunk Driving: Proposal The solution to resolving drunk driving is to crack down on laws already set in place and monitor repeat offenders. Drunk driving is defined as the crime of driving a vehicle with excess of alcohol is in the blood. In the current it means getting behind the wheel of a car while intoxicated and no reprimands are given just a slap of the wrist and a fine. In 2012 Kirk Camacho lost his youngest daughter to a drunk driver with a blood alcohol level well over the legal limit. While taking his daughters Bree and Kaley to school was struck on the side of his vehicle.
Texting or calling while driving can subtract from the attention you are giving to your surrounding, and poses a serious hazard to the citizens around you. While there are ways to avoid texting and driving, there will always be some individuals who will choose to text and drive, so the only way to ensure that people do not text and drive is to put laws in place that punish folks who decide to put others in harm’s way. Cell phones and smartphones are a huge advantage in today’s society. They allow us to communicate with friends, family, coworkers, etc… This technology is normally beneficial, but there are times when you need to put your phone aside and pay attention to what is physically happening around you. One of these times is when you
The bond that the partnership fostered will be a force multiplier that will mitigate the gang violence crime in this community. When the Riverside police department allows the citizens of the Riverside community involvement it will be able a major resource. The resource of Riverside will assist in the crime-prevention of gang activities, instead of the normal reaction response from the Riverside Police Department. The major pro from Riverside Community problem-oriented policing will assist in the solution of gang violence. The actual partnership is when Riverside members believe that Riverside police department is interested in the same Problem-Oriented solution (“Understanding Community Policing,”1994).
On May 3, 1980, Cari Lightner was struck and killed by a drunk driver in Fair Oaks, California (Mothers Against Drunk Driving, History, n.d.). The driver had recently been arrested for Driving Under the Influence hit-and-run and left Cari’s body at the scene (Mothers Against Drunk Driving, History, n.d.). Cari’s mother, Candace formed Mothers Against Drunk Driving because of that incident. In 1984, the National Minimum Drinking Age Act was implemented in the United States that imposed a federal penalty for states that did not raise the minimum legal drinking age to 21 for purchase and possession of alcohol (Mothers Against Drunk Driving, History, n.d.). This made a radical change to the United States as how we see it now.
They need to follow them so that everyone can be responsible for their action.Police officers need to follow these rules to avoid being unfair on the job and abusing their power.Police officers have guidelines they have to go by.Police officers have to be able to justify their arrest usually by showing some tangible evidence that lead them to probable cause officers should not abuse their power. With every arrest, they need to make sure that they have actual evidence and are not using their every arrest the police do they have to justify Police power to arrest someone that they do not like.It’s in their guidelines they follow the ethical and moral rules put in place, they just have to follow them to avoid making these police mistakes. If police officers followed this code of conduct, they would not abuse their power and police brutality would not be such a big
They will also monitor patrol operations and seek out new ways the department can become more professional. I would get funding approved for body cameras for every patrol officer. This will help officers remember that they are being recorded and will serve as a reminder to always remain courteous and professional. The camera will also help protect the officer and department’s reputation when the officer is following protocol but a civilian tries to press false charges on the
Officers should be more diverse because they will not be very biased and it could help end the problem with racial profiling. Police officers should be randomly drug tested for the safety of the citizens. While officers can legally use physical and even deadly force under some circumstances, police have engaged in unjustified shootings, unnecessarily rough treatment, and severe beatings. The increase of police brutality has caused citizens