Either way there needs to be something that can protect the public from police misconduct and also protect law enforcement from dealing with false accusations that can tarnish their reputation. That is why body worn cameras need to be mandatory for all police officers to wear because it protects the public and the police officers that are wearing them. A couple positive outcomes police officers wearing body cameras is how they can lower police officers misuse of authority and also lower false complaints against officers as well. These are two
Police officers need to insure the safety and trust of the citizens by wearing body camera. One argument is that some people believe that body cameras will invade people's privacy. Yes, everyone has the right to keep their issues private, but the officers
This is an important concept because it explains that officers should not follow society and pressure from the public and media but follow the laws that our country. This a good thing to have when dealing with persuasive criminals and individuals. Both officers and civilians benefit from this principle because it protects both parties. Officers also need to know the laws, so they can stay away form trouble and not be deceived by public persuasion. This is a good thing to have in America today, because many criminals will say anything to get out of punishment.
• Caregivers may be hearing information that is very contrary to their own personal standards. • Caregivers may be unclear of their responsibility to report or what constitutes abuse or neglect. • Caregivers may be fearful that they will be brought into a legal matter where their reputation and character may be questioned. • Caregivers may not want to become involved. • Caregivers may be fearful of retaliation from the caregiver/alleged abuser or their agency.
This is especially important when dealing with violent animals. "Police kill family dog" is practically its own subgenre of police brutality reports, and most of these cases—like the story of the Minnesota children who were made to sit, handcuffed, next to their dead and bleeding pet”(businessinsider.com, 2018). Some departments are starting to train their officers to use violence as a last option. By making laws more clear on how cops should deal with things. In some areas a cop might think its ok to slam your head into a window and make the cuffs so tight that you 're hands bleed.
And we were challenging them not only on racial grounds but we were challenging them on the existence of a whole group of people who are the underclass of this country, white and black, who are not represented” (Americanswhotellthetruth). While on a highway, Moses was ambushed by a machine gun that hit his car and injured his partner which was also a SNCC worker, Moses also survived a violent attack by a police dog outside the City Hall in Greenwood. In an interview for Emerge Magazine, Moses
The New York City Police Department ("NYPD") launched an aggressive anti-gun campaign that resulted in the stopping and frisking of tens of thousands of young black and Hispanic men (Gross, 2002). Racial profiling can be isolated into two implications, hard profiling and delicate profiling. An example of hard profiling would be the time when an officer sees a dark individual and without additional to go on, pulls him over for a hunt on the likelihood that he may conveying medications or weapons. Racial profiling would a case like when the state police get a tip off that a particular nationality is trafficking drugs down a specific expressway and get a kick out of the chance to drive a specific sort of vehicle, and from this insight the trooper pulls over a man coordinating this
The Rodney King Riot happened in Los Angeles in the year of 1992. Rodney King was an African American male who was arrested on charges because of speeding, drunk driving, and refusing to stop his vehicle. Four police officers who have claimed to have witnessed King’s actions such as being high on drugs and was trying to attack them explains why they did what they did. A resident nearby by the name of George Holliday captured about 12 minutes of the attack on film. King was tasered, brutally beaten with side-handled batons, then forced to the ground to lie still which was where he was handcuffed.
Seeing that I am covered in blood he puts cuffs on me before he allows me to explain anything. I begin to confess and tell him everything that Samuel told me I had done when he stops me. He speaks in a deep voice, but offers some encouragement, “I am Sheriff Warner and I would like you to discuss this matter with Officer Jones. He is the lead detective of a homicide investigation I believe you are a survivor of.” Homicide? Survivor?
One example was at the end of the movie where the African American male robs the van to sell it but discovers that there were slaves in the back of the van. The purchaser offered a great amount of money for each head, however the black male denied and let the slaves free. This shows that even though this person robbed several cars and committed crimes he still demonstrated a significant amount of empathy, and humanity, and the ability to change. Another example that warmed my heart was when a police officer saves a woman from a terrible accident that happened on the road and led to a wild fire. In a previous scene that same police officer pulls over the same women and molests her on the side of the road in front of her husband pretending to pat her down for anything harmful she may have.
Sandra Belanger, videotaping across the street, watched the standoff unfold. "I wanted people to see what police were doing, how hard they were trying to get him to give up," she said. Police said Zambrano made his way through an duplex and was hiding in a closet to ambush officers. He burst out and shot a trooper, and then officers returned gunfire, killing him. The trooper, a former Navy Seal and 18-year State Police veteran, is expected to be okay, said police.
Jeffrey Dahmer was caught because one of his victims had escaped, when the victim left the apartment he then found a police officer and told him what happened. Dahmer agreed to get the key for the handcuffs he had put on his victim.. When the officer walked into Dahmer 's bedroom with him he saw pictures every where of parts of the human body and a refrigerator full of human skulls. That 's when they decided to go ahead and put Dahmer under arrest. The police quickly began a search on the apartment.
He has been treated for his injuries and released from the hospital. In Gladstone, Missouri, an officer was shot by a teenage suspect, who then evaded police. He was eventually killed in a struggle after being chased down by police. The officer went through surgery and in expected to make a full recovery. In St. Louis, Missouri, a car pulled up beside an officer’s parked car and shot him twice in the head.
The police were called and dispatch gave descriptions of the assailants. The description matched Michael Brown and his friend. They were stopped and questioned. The officer claimed that Brown wrestled him for control of his weapon and then ran. The officer followed them and was trying to get Brown and his friend to stop.
At the end of the chase he had beaten brutally by officers. Imagine this happing to you how you would feel physically and mentally as they continually beat on you. You just lying there wondering ‘am I going to dead and when is it going to stop. This is important because it was one of the first acts of the police being overly aggressive caught on camera. Eric Garner is a more recent example of a time police used excessive force.