Thankfully, he has a Taser gun on his belt. He is able to draw, fire, and apprehend the subject with little effort and no loss of life. His neighbor may have died that night if it were not for this modern technology. It is for this and many other similar situations that law enforcement should be allowed to use Tasers. Police should be allowed to use Tasers because they are a good non-lethal option.
There are free boarders from state to state, which makes criminal transportation easier. Coates (2017) stated that as gun laws stager from state to state, it is not difficult to conclude that those who illegally buy and sell guns in a strict state obtained them from a state with looser regulations. The staggering gun laws are overall flimsy at best. The mass amount of gun-related injury and death only shows that something must be done about these “regulations.” Is the right to carry something that can be made into a machine gun as important as letting countless individuals
When on the job u might have to do simple stuff like paper work or u might have to chase someone for 100 yards. I would say you can expect a lot from this job. #9 A cop is a very dangerous job that can lead to death if u are not careful, but if u do the right thing it can all so keep u and other safe from other people. #11,#9 One of the things about cops is they get to carry firearms. Which
One reason to keep guns in the hands of the people is fairly simple, but its impact is highly underestimated: guns stop criminals and in some cases prevent the crime before it even begins. Criminals are less likely to commit a crime with a gun such as mugging if they believe that there is a chance that they will get shot in the process. In situations a bit more extreme such as mass shootings, guns owners have the ability to take out the shooter and prevent a much greater loss of life from happening. According to an article published in Investors Business Daily, “A major factor in determining how many people are harmed by these killers is the amount of time that elapses between when the attack starts and someone is able to arrive on the scene with a gun” (Lott). Often times civilians with concealed carry permits are on the scene much sooner than possible for law enforcement.
In other words, illicit trade of firearms have cause a menace to society. Hence, in order to stop gun smuggling, the government should set up a better strategies of enforcement in the armed forces to combat illegal possession and carrying of firearms. This application have been applied in America and Colombia cities. They enforce gun detection patrols in high-crime areas, enhanced surveillance of probationers and parolees, weapon reporting hotlines, consent searches, and other similar tactics. As a result, it produce a positive outcome as gun carrying have reduce firearm homicides from 10% to 15% in Colombian studies while American studies
Without the ability to conduct warrantless searches on vehicles, the ability to get away with a crime while in a motor vehicle very easy and would become a simple and typical task in the criminal world. When an automobile search can be conducted the officer needs to have probable cause to believe that there is evidence of a crime in the vehicle. The automobile searches are
Debates over gun control，a topic related to the security of the whole nation, have never stopped. Both advocates and opponents have solid grounds to support their arguments. The advantages of gun control, as claimed by advocates, are as follows： The first and most important: By curbing access by criminals, juveniles and other high risk individuals, it can efficiently reduce the crime rate, especially violent crimes. Robbers equipped with guns are becoming more dangerous and threatening. Guns make them do the plunders more easily, even commit some crimes which are impossible without guns.
The precipitation technique was common as a means of eradicating “unwanted” people. One of the easiest methods in fact was soaking a candle wick in arsenic. When the candle was lit, the vapours would be deadly. None of the poisons lost their potency especially in airtight chambers of the tomb where they can’t even
His autonomy is not impacted by choosing to disclose whether or not he is in the basement - he is just as able to hide, run, or make another decision regardless of whether or not one lies to the murderer. Therefore, it can be concluded that telling the murderer the location of the victim is actually the most moral choice because it does not erode the autonomy of anyone involved and follows the guidelines of
Accordingly, the psychology of stand your ground laws can be analogized to the psychology of defensive gun use. Most gun owners feel safer from crime because they own a gun.88 They can rest in assurance that a means of protection is available to them if the need were to arise. In the same way, many stand your ground supporters seem to feel safer because of the laws.89 it implies that law-abiding citizens believe criminals will be less likely to target those who refuse to take it—in other words, the people who will respond with deadly force instead of retreating first if someone targets them for a
Another person might believe that throwing a cigarette out of the car’s window in the middle of the street is totally fine , so why should that person pay hundreds of dollars for that? The answer to all the questions these people might ask is crystal clear, laws are there to organize the society and to make it a safe place, and following these laws is the way to create the protected society that all people want and need. People might also think that small acts of not obeying rules is not that much of a big deal, believing that violent crimes are the only thing that people should get punished on. These people not obeying the rules do not think of themselves as lawbreakers, let alone criminals, so they keep on going against the law, since they think it’s not threatening anyone. These people should think deeper than that ,and they should see how making small crimes might make people accustomed to making crimes in general, a person who littered the ground yesterday might come tomorrow as a murderer, and you can only blame his impulsiveness on that.
4 & 5) (Johnston, 2015, graph) The FBI should focus more on how to prevent drug crime. Many policies were put into effect because of how massive the terrorist attack of 9-11 were. These policies are a huge part of what American and it 's government is today. Without some of these policies we could be in the equal amount of danger we were 14 years ago with 9-11. These polices are part of how life is now.
I also believe, that a mix of the way California and Tucson handle underage drinking seems to be more successful tactics than others states mentioned. In this article, there was a lot of talk about deaths that occurred while under the influence. I believe this was a good way to write this article to really try to convince people that drinking is very dangerous for teenagers. If this article did not have so many
CJ Grisham, the writer of this article, states that open carry is a good thing in America. He states that if a criminal sees a target with a gun they aren’t as likely to attack them because “Criminals prefer soft targets.” Even though CJ makes a good point here, he is forgetting some key information. What about the criminal? Open carry gives everyone the right to carry their guns out in the open, even the criminal attacking other people. Also, how are civilians able to tell how that person is going to use that gun?