With the many recent terrorists attacks that have occurred over the years, the debate of whether non Americans should be read Miranda warning is a controversy that has raged on. The issue at hand that has caused much controversy is whether the United
King. America learned at this time that there is a problem with excessive force being used in American policing (“5 Ways the Rodney King Beating and LA Riots Changed America”). After America saw the police drag Rodney out of his vehicle, put him on the ground face first, and beat on him excessively, many Americans felt that the police were using their power in wrong ways. Because of this, changes in the way police are hired and a focus on police relationships with the communities they serve happened. It also brought on many discussions of how juries are made up and where trials take place.
This form of crime control is known as the aggressive preventive patrol model. The main issue that arose with this approach to handling crime was racial discrimination and sectarianism. During this time period, many people possessed a racially biased mindset.
In the past few years, there have been some tragic outcomes for police cases involving individuals with a mental illness. Before the Sammy Yatim case, there have been cases involving; Michael Eligon, Sylvia Klibingaitis, Robert Dziekanski, and Paul Boyd. Each of these individuals posed a threat to the community and each also had a mental illness, and initially shot by a police officer. A recent case that has been raising awareness for police shootings resulting death involving an individual with a mental illness is the Sammy Yatim case. As like the other related cases, Yatim had a mental illness and posed a threat to the community.
Police Brutality Police brutality has become a too often occurring event in the United States. The rampant act of police brutality, often killing, is a direct violation of the Fifth and Fourteenth amendments. Breaking and all but destroying the relationship between police and the communities they are supposed to protect and serve. Minorities and the poor are often the victims of a modern militarized zero tolerance police force of modern times. More recent times has seen the media as being a main source of the infringement on rights upon these communities terrorized by police tactics.
Police brutality -the use of extensive or unnecessary force used by police officers when detaining civilians. Police brutality has been a worldwide issue since the forming of police forces , in recent years police brutality remains a major concern for those of the minority community. Present-time, many countries have laws which address police brutality as a very serious heinous offense , and the allegations of police brutality are invested gated by commission of district attorneys. Unfortunately, even with investigations within law enforcement , many complaints about police misconduct are not actually being investigated. Researchers suggest most civilian police brutality reports unnoticed as result of police officers having the authority
Undoubtedly, militaries around the world train individuals to do extremely violent things to other humans. Often times transitioning away from a high tempo, hyper violent environment back to civilian life is a difficult process. William C. Gentry, a San Diego County prosecutor was once quoted saying “You are unleashing certain things in a human being we don’t allow in civic society, and getting it all back in the box can be difficult for some people.” Andrew Chambers is a veteran who had such problems adjusting. During a night out with some friends, Chambers severely beat someone who had pulled out a knife during an argument.
For decades now, the controversy over deadly force has continued to show up in the news when police officers have acted in a manner that some citizens find just while others deem completely unfair. Many lawsuits stemming from shootings and crimes have found their way to local courts or the Supreme Court to deal with this issue. A portion of the U.S. population finds deadly force unnecessary when non-lethal weapons such as pepper spray or batons just as easily subdue the criminal. In addition, these citizens argue that officers might be liable for cases filed against them if they use excess force on people that seem suspicious but have not actually committed a crime. On the other hand, the opposing argument in favor of deadly force states that
Is militarization of the police resolving or creating more problems? Militarization of the police has been in the news a lot lately, the escalation in Ferguson, Missouri led to the United States government giving military equipment to local police . The government and citizens are supposed to work together but still do their own jobs, one of the jobs of the government is to protect ,which means ensure the safety. The United States is causing a mass overwrought and making citizens think that the police are murders, but there are distressing people everywhere. Here is exactly what a portion of the United State thinks from TheDailyUtah ‘’From tanks rolling down the streets in Ferguson, Mo., to cops in riot gear in downtown Salt Lake City, there has been a growing national conversation over the militarization of police, the idea that local law enforcement agencies are becoming too much like the military.”.
The discussion of hate crime has been very delicate over the past few months, from ISIS to police brutality. In this paper situations involving hate crime will be discussed such as the background; history of hate crime like the holocaust; special groups and genders that get “hated” on such as blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, and Jews; examples of hate crime; prominent figures like Donald Trump and his anti- Muslim and anti-immigrant policies as well as news pieces of hate crime; groups for and against other races like the black lives matter movement; statistics of hate crime and hate groups in the U.S.; the argument that
Quotes: “In our landmark, class-action lawsuit, CCR challenged the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk practices. The court found racial discrimination and 4th Amendment violations, ordering a reform process that includes input from affected communities” Explanation of how people are affected: A wide range of communities in our society have learned to live in fear of police and a generation of children of color have grown up in an environment where being mistreated by police is an expected part of daily life. Description of occurrence while stop and frisk occurs: Several interviewees reported that stops often result in excessive force by police, describing instances when officers slapped them, threw them up against walls or onto the ground, beat them up, used a Taser on them, or otherwise hurt them physically.
Police body cameras Police body cameras are a type of video recording system, which used by law enforcement to record their behavior with the people, and also known to increase both police officers and citizens liability. One of the causes that made body cameras almost mandatory was police brutality against citizens, and especially black people. The other cause is just the inconsistency what the police says, and what the people say, why always people should think that the police officer is telling the truth.
This issue is important to me because of the recent (and growing) numbers of people unnecessarily killed by the police. This is becoming a hot and debated political topic amongst Americans, but I believe that police wearing body cameras would benefit everyone. This amendment could however be violated if police officers turn off or abandon their body cameras . If this happens, I believe the officers should undergo thorough investigation and should possibly be fired. A way to amending the Constitution, other than the most common path explained earlier, is for two-thirds of state legislatures to ask Congress to call a convention for proposing amendments.
Newsone.com gives get ways to stop police brutality, starting with protesingt , we want to bring the situation to light. We also need to continue to record the police, so we could use it as evidence, and they could be held accountable for their actions. Try our best to vote every politician that condones police brutality out . Lastly take legal action against police. Many officers are getting away with harming the wellbeing of others and it needs to come to an end.
Stop and frisk has been a highly conversed topic within the general public within recent years. Many people think that these are just a way to profile possible offenders and treat them as guilty before they do anything wrong. Our book describes how that is not true because a stop and frisk must meet certain requirements in order to be valid. A major case that was held in regards to stop and frisk was Terry v. Ohio and this case determined that a police officer must meet two requirements in order for the stop to be valid. The first one is that either a crime has been committed or will be committed and the suspect is possibly armed and dangerous.