The author creates a concerned tone for the readers. The author says that law-and-order is thought be affected by violent crime, when in fact it is normal, everyday citizens that break them. In this case, the author is right, as citizens encourage citizens to break the law and normal citizens are harassed into breaking the law without even realizing it. The author’s argument has the stronger point to be made, but there are those out there that could argue against his claim. For example, one could argue that one only breaks the law in important situations, so it does not happen often.
Despite this level of awareness, police officers who receive calls that report a cybercrime are rarely qualified to investigate and understand technology to the extent that justice is achieved for the individual. State police officers frequently try to throw cybercrimes at the hands of federal police because they not wanting to be the first responders . The community expects police officers to do their job perfectly or at least try to do so because when they fail to investigate an electronic crime, the rights of many of the victims will surely be lost because the police have not done their duty to protect the rights of individuals. The solution to this problem is that the state should start the training and development of officers' skills, or at least some of them so that they can protect citizens from losing their rights
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.
Police corruption and the law breaking the law has very serious and unpleasant consequences, but the high profile scandals we hear about say a lot about how the establishment works nowadays. Yes, there was a level of expectation from the police who were involved in the incidents at Horsnett Farm, but experience established that expectation was never met Quote from Napoleon Bonaparte comes to mind ‘Never ascribe to malice, that which is adequately explained by incompetence’. Incompetence is the safest fallback position for the police force, because the alternative, in systemic corruption and abuse of power at the highest level is too awful to contemplate. Police
We should not be living in a society where we are afraid of our “defenders”. Overall, we are just so tired of being betrayed by our own people. Many policemen have been abusing the benefits they have as police officers and the majority of us are in denial about it. That is not fair whatsoever. They took the job to protect and serve not to cheat the civilians.
People nowadays will mindlessly break a simple law, whether it be littering or speeding, it still affects those around you. Frank Trippett explains in his article that breaking a minor law has become a normal thing for people to do. He continues by providing examples of minor laws that are broken which consist of but are not limited to: littering, speeding, and noise pollution. He then states that people think only violent crimes matter in order to show how blind people are to the minor laws they are breaking everyday. He has an objective tone with society to try to get the point across that no law should be broken no matter how minor it is.
As Fey states “Living in society, we are under constant pressure to surrender our individuality, to the will of the majority, the school, the workplace, the family, etc.” Feys’ argument is accurate because conforming into society all the time can hinder one’s individuality, for this takes away a part of who they are. FIrst of all, society contains pressure when one is trying to let their personality be free, for society is hard in its own ways. Leonard Mead’s purpose of walking late at night has no particular reason besides enjoying nature in which he is abnormal in his society, for Leonard gets in the car and asks, “Where are you taking me?'... 'To the Psychiatric Center for Research on
Often we are stereotyped as being aggressive or bullies. Most of us are just the opposite. We do not enjoy taking people to jail, but it is a necessary evil. Helping people is truly the motivator for the majority of the police officers I know. Due to the fact that good news is no news for the media we are usually only displayed in a negative way when one bad apple decides to show his or her true colors.
In conclusion, texting and driving is a danger on the road towards the driver and the other innocent people proving it to be a safety issue more than a moral issue. It is a safety issue because there are many negative and fatal things that can happen on the road taking people’s lives and good health. It is not a moral issue because a moral issue is only an issue when it is believed to be one. Texting and driving is an overall issue in the world and there are many statistics to prove
In this situation ethical dilemma is the conflict between moral values, job responsibilities and unpleasant experience in the past that I had to face because I preferred my duty and did not care for the courtesy. Being a patrol officer it is my duty to make people follow all the traffic rules and seriously consider the violations even if the law breaker is a common person or some VIP personality. In this case, the conflict is that either I should ignore the mayor’s car because I have already been in trouble because of the ticket issued or I must stop the car anyway. It will be unfair to my duty if I let the car go without letting the mayor know that her vehicle is breaking the rules. So, I will at least stop the car and will inform her in a very polite way that car is over speeding.
This vicious crime left the local residents distraught; they couldn’t fathom how something like this could happen in their town. People feared that this act had compromised the integrity and safety of their community. If rehabilitative practice were applied in this situation, the system would have recognized that they were under the influence of alcohol, and must not have been aware of the damage they were causing. It would have taught them that it is important to drink responsibly and always be aware of their actions. In the likely event that they be forced to pay for at least part of the property damage caused, the men would see restitution as a way of punishing them.
However, a similar attitude seems to be at the center of the explanation. American’s seem to have a lot of pride concerning their culture, and their country. American’s want perfection for their country, like most people do. However, America has over-criminalized crime, and seems to be obsessed with “cleaning up the streets.” Politician’s do not want to look lenient, and they want to be hard on crime. This has led to absolutely no prison advocacy.