Thesis statement: Police should wear body cameras because playing body cameras could improve the public’s view of police by showing the human side, help to provide evidence when a person may not be able to, and it protects the officers and public both. Cameras Imagine there is a huge case going on where a police officer is coming under question on if dealt with a potential suspect in the correct way. Now think about the money being used to provide lawyers, a judge, a jury, etc., to handle the high profile case. Now there is two possible outcomes, there was police misconduct and abuse of power, or the police officer did everything correctly and by the book. 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.
According to rason.com,“Obama thinks people should not worry about this. A presenatal spokesmen accused that surveillance program is a critical tool to help protect the nation.”According to Buzzfeed.com,“NSA said that any allegations that is operating outside of its authorities and knowingly violating us and personal libraries is false.” According to WashingtonPost, “officials say they do not purposely collect U.S phone locations, they have swept up incidentally.” These examples show that the NSA spying can save people's lives and prevent future terrorist attacks. This shows that the NSA doesn't spy on people on purpose. This also shows the NSA denying violating people's liberties. This is important because the more people we have living the better the society.
It will act as a deterrent to anyone who posses the idea to pose a threat to the society. In other words, it discourages delinquency posed by youngsters, and keeps dangerous types of criminals such as serial killers or murderers away from other residents. In conclusion, vocational training and education should be put into consideration as a replacement for imprisoned punishment in tomorrow’s
What does it mean to be politically correct? Political correctness, often shortened to PC, is defined as agreeing with the idea that people should be careful not to use language or behave in a way that could offend a particular group of people. However, through generations of usage by the American government and the nation as a whole, it is obvious that this type of censorship is only a curtain for people to hide behind their real thoughts on “offensive” matters, such as sexuality and race. Many people argue that political correctness is a destructive force, one built on the foundational belief that by avoiding certain topics, the offensiveness of them will disappear entirely. It is because we as a nation are fearful of what we say, write, think, and especially of using the wrong words that may be denounced as insensitive, racist, sexist, or homophobic, that we give political correctness an unintentional, threatening power.
Based on the reasoning of the caliber of Officer Steele’s moral standards as applied to his civic duties, administration could have prevented this situation by not hiring someone possessing traits that might indicate such unethical behavior. Steele should have been held accountable by the department’s administration for withholding information from the prosecutor regarding the detainment of R.M. while in detention. The lack of team- policing would have restricted Steele’s opportunity to abuse the powers governed to him as a law
Although the NSA can also successfully catch terrorists by accessing private data, using only investigators will protect the privacy of the citizens of the United States from being violated, cost the government less money and let people feel more secure without having the feeling of being watched. Moreover, opposers argue that it is too difficult to process the enormous amount of information that the NSA accesses every day, so it is not reasonable to assume that this information actually helps prevent attacks in action. In addition, even when the NSA finally detects a suspicious act, it would still not be easy to catch an actual crime, as there are so many behaviours and situations that could solicit attention that the investigators can not decide which one requires investigators in the field. And that is the reason why the NSA falsely detained innocent citizens with wrong accusations. Some also believe that spying on other nations has caused tensions between the US and many countries around the world.
However, some people believe you shouldn’t be able to own a gun. Thanks to our Second Amendment, we, as citizens of the United States, have the right to defend ourselves. However, it’s difficult to predict what might happen if you didn’t own a gun in that scenario. The intruder could possibly have a firearm, there is nothing stopping them since they’re already disobeying the law by breaking and entering. Chances are that there will be a negative outcome, whether it’s death or simply the loss of property.
If you don’t want a house built, hide the nails and wood. If you don’t want a man unhappy politically, don’t give him two sides to a question to worry him; give him one,”. This is a great example to show that the government filters through the things they think the public can and cannot note. Instead of the person choosing their own emotion, the government is taking that option away from them. Overall, emotions are things that are decided by yourself not someone
Surveillance has been used to catch and stop many dangerous people who show a threat to the safety of the United States. It is very important to use surveillance, but if you use it unjustly it can give more power to public order than individual rights. It causes a similar problem as the ones mentioned before, that it can prove challenging to identify if you had a good reason to use surveillance. You might not always know if you have a good enough reason to use surveillance, but you should exercise your best judgement to decide whether or not to use
A major example of a character who demonstrates reputation is Danforth. He does not want to ruin his name from falsely interpreting the law of god. He says, “I will not receive a single plea for pardon or postponement...Postponement now speaks a floundering on my part; reprieve or pardon must cast doubt upon the guilt of them that title now. When I speak God's law, I will not crack it's voice with whimpering.” (131) He claims that his job is to interpret God's law fairly and correctly. He also does not want to mistakenly hang someone who is later found innocent, which is why he does not want lengthy trials, because it leaves more time to find someone innocent.
Who is to say that the government will not use this to find those who have any rebellious thoughts against the government. Moreover, the government could implant more cameras and say it is for our safety, but in reality, it is used to watch our movements and keep entail on all of us. This is why the government needs somebody to check if it does go on the path of totalitarianism. In Orwell’s 1984, the government uses the information they have for absolute control. In the United States the information they use is intended for the good, but who is to say the things intended for good could never turn into injustices.
Furthermore, when information sharing is increased it allows greater access to data on sex offenders. This would help law enforcement to promote justice by having equal access to information. However, at this stage there is not enough research to show to what extent this will impact the justice system’s efficiency. Members of the public can protect themselves Proponents for sex offender registers claim that they provide an effective preventative tool because, if people know where offenders reside, those in the community can protect themselves from the risk that sex offender pose. The supposition is that by knowing a sex offender resides in your community, the community can take steps to prevent being victimised.
One way that the private sector has been able to assist in deterring illegal immigration is by not hiring workers who are in the United States illegally (Department of Homeland Security, 2014, p 7). This is subtle technique that would, over time, discourage those who do not have proper documentation to be in the United States and in theory should cause a decline in people attempting to gain access to the country illegally. Another important piece of technology that is being used to help enforcing immigration laws is the biometric systems. Biometric systems are used to collect fingerprints, eye scans, and facial images that are stored in an extremely large database that can be used by many different governmental agencies (Kephart, 2013). These systems also help federal agencies administer immigrations laws by detecting legal foreign nationals who have overstayed or violated the agreement of their terms of admission (Kephart, 2013).
I do not think that we should increase border patrol because people that need to get out of another country because of say war, or poverty. For them to be safe, they can come to the United States and start a brand new life and not have to worry about their home being destroyed from bombings. I believe that we are too harsh about security in the first place. There is no need to build a wall or a fence because there are less expensive and intrusive ways to restrict access such methods as virtual walls using sophisticated monitoring or employment restrictions. There are many good things that come from not increasing border security.