They also use Gaelic symbols to communicate. The organized form of communication has enabled them execute crimes in prison and even from the isolation units of Pelican Bay, making them the most notorious gangs in both state and federal prisons. Most members in prison use codes and hand language together with binary alphabet system which is over 400 years old in writing encrypted words that are concealed in the prison. Formation of Allies • Established a network in working with the Mexican Mafia • Formed an alliance with few black groups to deal drugs to black prisoners and in union during prison
Use of force is the amount of force used in a given situation during police work. The police are supposed to follow the continuum when it come to using force. This continuum is known as the “Use of Force Continuum”. Despite this, use of force is still a constant problem in policing. There are many cases where a cop are sued for using more force than necessary, sometimes on purpose and sometimes by accident.
The use of body-worn cameras should be used while all local law enforcement officers are in uniform from the start of a shift until the end of a shift. In many cases, there have been lack of evidence in the cases where there has been many uncertainties from whether the officer was acting accordingly or was the citizen at fault. Moreover, the citizens have placed blame on those local law enforcement officers for the actions they have taken while the body-worn camera was not in use. Debating whether the case will have a positive or negative outlook, most often cases were not based solely off body-worn cameras. Closed circuit Tv was introduced as a surveillance camera that would hold both parties accountable for their actions.
This issue is yet to be solved even though it has been a known problem since long ago. In many cities all over the country, officers are abusing their authority and most of the time they will never even be investigated and when they are it is always a very mild punishment compared to if a regular citizen would have done the same thing. Law enforcement officers carry guns, they are given special privileges and hold a lot of responsibility. Police officers are trusted and expected to respect laws and society at all times. Taking all of this into consideration police officers do in fact break laws quite often.
Police have no set boundaries when it comes to police protocol. Once you are pulled over for speeding, careless driving, or like in many cases when you “didn 't do anything at all”, it 's not like police officers want you to be more careful and think of others around you, they are strictly there to cause havoc in your life. In many cases, most police officers use direct force to physically hurt you once you are being arrested, no matter what the incident. Even if you do not comply with an officer or you are resisting arrest, the police are always in the wrong, it 's totally ok for you to argue back, when an officer is giving you a direct order.
Why do we need body cameras for every policeman and policewoman.The question is what would the world be like if every police officer had a camera. They are necessary to have on if your a police officer working a shift a night shift or a day shift. The good thing is that if you are a citizen, and they start to act up and try to hurt the police officer it will be record and if they take it to court it will be on video so that is a plus to the ability to wear them. The privacy or invasion of police by the great body cameras worn by the great police. Police worn body cameras blind in with the clothes they wear so that people can not see them on them.
The most dangerousviolent gang in the us known in the streets and prison as MS-13. every MS member show their love for the gang through body art as shown above. As of today gangs are responsible for 80% of America’s crime. Vandalism, murder, robbery, drug and gun trafficking, fraud, extortion, and prostitution rings are the most common crimes committed by gangs. The most common Crime committed towards another gang or an enemy is murder .
Many enforcement agencies are not able to use the cameras due to the exorbitant cost. Because of these devices, people feel that they will not stand against the police now. Once body cameras are on officers they can record everything around them. They can document different types of encounters with the public. The video should not be left solely in the power of the police.
Police officers may need to use deadly force in certain situations when they are trying to enforce the law These police officers are people that risk their lives every day for people they don't even know. Many times these criminals are using deadly forces against them. The public needs to know they are safe. Police should possess weapons of deadly force. Instead of using deadly force, use of non- lethal weapons like tasers or tranquilizers allow a criminal to be taken in for questioning which could be positive in some situations.
Mr. Chiu is a dynamic character. He changes drastically throughout the course of the story. “ Comrade policeman it is your duty to keep order but you purposely tortured us common citizens. Why violate the law you are suppose to enforce?” (Ha 469) In the commencement of the story Mr.Chiu is a devoted law abiding citizen. He recognizes that the duty of law enforcement is to not only enforce the law for others but it is also to abide by the laws they are there to enforce.
However, Anderson refuses to neglect the truth: they are the villains. Slamming any pre-existing admirable outlook readers may have had, Anderson inquires, based on his observations, “the authorities, particularly the police, paid scant attention and sometimes abused the victims themselves” (Anderson, 27). Philadelphia is notorious for its high crime rate, marking the police as almost a necessity to the function of everyday life. However, due to the mistreatment of citizens, people began to refer to the police as “ineffective” and “unworthy of trust.” The safeness of an area is key to the number of individuals using that public space, ultimately deeming the police a negative factor. In addition to the negative safety element, policemen also partake in plain acts of racism.
Consequently, people are suffering injustice and some are even losing their lives simply because people holding a “badge” believe they have more power than someone who doesn’t hold one. But there are many options to incorporporate to help minimize or completely stop Police Brutality. Everything could be solved and settled in a courtroom. Police Officers should be required and be mandatory to wear a video camera on their chest to capture every incident the encounter. “Video recorded by body cams protect any
Don 't get me wrong, we have great police officers who do their job well but, with limited people their job is just a game of ring around the rosey. The most recient drug bust made took more time than it should because they had to gather the right equipment, manpower, and dogs to complete this mission efficiently and safely. This has later become a problem affecting our community since
Since the beginning of recorded time, people have always wanted protection from danger. Real police work involves a police officer being able to serve and protect, police officers are suppose to enforce laws, maintain order and keep crime rate down. This essay will scrutinize Baltimore, as well as the broader struggle over crime and policing. The city of Baltimore, is disreputable for its substantially high crime rate, this includes a violent crime rate that ranks high above the national average. A majority of the issues in Baltimore fall under the mayor and the Police Commissioner.
As a result police officers have become a major key in the arrests of many people of color. Alexander explains how police will stop and search people of color who are “suspected” of containing drugs or who look “suspicions.” Police officers are actually encouraged in their training to use racial profiling and when a person files a complaint the Courts always take the side of the police officer. As stated by Alexander, “The dirty little secret of policing is that the Supreme Court has actually granted the police license to discriminate” (130). Many would argue that police officers and the justice system are fair and that they don’t discriminate and that one does have a fair trial in court from all the lies the media and television shows feeds the people about the justice system and police force. However this is far from the truth, as Alexander explains in her book, most of the people being stopped and searched are people of color and a person of color is more likely to get stopped by police then a white person.