When there are not enough laws concerning guns it can lead to leniency with firearms, too many laws can create problems with those firearms, and coming to a balanced set of laws will improve society in which firearms are concerned. There are pros and cons of gun control as well as many different policies concerning this around the world. Therefore being informed about these various issues will help citizens understand which would be the best policy. There are many citizens and politicians that are in favor of stricter gun control policies, pro-gun control supporters. Pro-gun control supporters are in favor of tighter gun laws because it is believed that there would be a decrease in gun violence, a decrease in accidental gun injury, a reduction in mass shootings, and a reduction in crime if guns were under tighter restrictions.
Having more guns circulating in cities would increase chances for silly fights or disputes ending tragically increases exponentially. Secondly, there are some police officers routines that do not require having guns. For example, when a officer is simply patrolling crowded streets, having a gun is not only ineffective but also dangerous. Therefore, it would be better if there was a strict policy on gun use for everyone especially the police.
Once again America needs to and should enforce gun control and reduce crimes, violence, suicides, and deaths. Guns have been part of America’s history since the beginning.”Some examples of gun control throughout colonial America included criminalizing the transfer of guns to Catholics, slaves, indentured servants, and Native Americans” - Supreme Court of the United States syllabus. Although many people have guns in their household. Many people want stricter gun laws.They want gun
This essay shows three aspect to think this controversial problem. In the first place, stricter gun control policy could save many people’s lives through prevent part of the suicides. Secondly, stricter control over guns may protect citizens’ lives and property by keeping them away from violence and some types of crime related to guns. Last but not least, stricter gun control policy may protect people from the risk of traumatic stress disorder. In addition, there are opposing views.
“Gun control refers to an all encompassing term that can be linked to the specific laws and regulations enforced by the government restricting firearms as well as the safety measures such as safety components or trigger locks used for firearms and guns.” There are multiple arguments towards gun control like if the laws should be less strict, stay the same, or more strict. The topics in this paper are if the stricter gun regulations will not reduce gun violence, there should be a national right to carry law or the
How does gang violence puts an impact on society? Gangs have turned the society into a war zone between different gangs. Educating people about gangs would have people thinking should they really join. People should know the history of gang violence and the types of gangs they should look out for so they could stay away. Gang violence is nothing someone should play around with because you can get killed or even in trouble with the law for just associating with them.
Benefits of Gun Control There are many reasons why Gun Control should be in existence. One of the biggest reasons for passing gun control laws is that generally, the most violent crimes are committed with guns, mainly assault weapon style guns, therefore it is a good idea to attempt to limit firearms that are not needed in civilian lives. Individuals who have been bullied in the past, have issues with co-workers, as well as people who are not in the right state of mind, etc. may be less likely or able to obtain a weapon to inflict a massive amount of damage on another person or institution. Many people argue that since guns are legalized to begin with, there is an easier chance of a gun falling into the wrong hands and being used for the wrong
Like in schools there are police officers with weapons making children and teachers safer than ever, To be able to deal with other threats with guns such as snipers or any dangerous act being caused by a human or animal. people could help by supporting police officers to keep their guns instead of taking them away like some people want and most of the people who wants police officers are criminals, but they don't have a say in it. Although some police officers have use deadly force frequently they. should still have guns by their side. in case of danger to protect us and themselves.
Examine and discuss the impact of gangs on society using research evidence to support argument. Introduction When citizens hear about the word gangs, the first thing that comes to mind with most of us are negative thoughts about criminality. This is because of the activities that gang members engage in and the lifestyle that they portray. There is no one true meaning for the term gangs because it is based on the view and interest of the person defining it, the trends, and the changing social aspect of the gang. It is stated that many large communities are at great risk of significant gang activity.
What I believe in is what every redneck in the United States believes in, 2nd Amendment rights. I personally collect guns from different eras of time (WWII, and Vietnam/ Korea). Back when our nation was first founded, many rights were under fire by a tyrant king several thousand miles away. Those loyal to the crown obeyed the new laws, those that were not so friendly… Well we wouldn 't be here without them. The right to bear arms protects a country 's citizens against tyranny and criminal activity.
Introduction In this paper I will be discussing the means of comparing and contrasting two prominent groups located here in America. These two groups are known as the Bloods and Crips. In result of the gang violence and the continuation of the initiations across the country has led to a vast uprise in crime and homicide since the start of the groups. I will begin this paper by explaining what a “gang” is and its effects on the demographics of its community and the effect it has on society along with the violence that can be caused by the two gangs. I will then talk about the beginning; the history of these two groups and their relations.
Crime was perceived to have increased due to politicians and the federal government preying on society’s fear of crime to further their political campaigns and agendas. Once our nation believed poverty, drugs, or race were the driving factors of crime countless policies were brought about to imprison anyone who seemingly threatened America’s future. These policies were not informed by any research and many have been evaluated and deemed ineffective. But society wants quick fixes to crime issues and incapacitation has been our quick fix. Despite research determining that mandatory minimums, capital punishment,