But this word is something that gets tossed around every time you see a cop make a mistake, but the truth is police brutality is a real thing that people encounter in their daily lives. People need to understand the definition of police brutality. Because police brutality isn't every time a police officer shoots someone or subdues that person, it's when an officer uses any force exceeding that reasonably necessary to accomplish a lawful police purpose. I'm not saying that police brutality doesn't involve shooting someone because it normally does, but the difference is why the officer shot the victim and did he try to avoid shooting that person as much as possible. On the news you usually see a certain race rioting or protesting about police brutality, but the fact is, all races get killed by the police every year and it's usually a small part in the news until say certain race has to make a big deal over something like this.
Today I want to tell you of the injustice of police brutality, the people it affects, and how just asking the right questions could make sure that police are punished for their crimes. BODY PARAGRAPH 1 Police brutality is a big problem in the United States. Police brutality is a misconduct when police use violence that is not necessary. This includes unjust shootings, which is when whoever was shot did not deserve to be shot because they either did nothing wrong or was complying with orders but was still shot. This is a big problem in the U.S. because it happens all around the states.
College should have more police officer to keep things safe. For the sake of people’s lives, guns should not be allowed on campus. We can all learn from people’s mistake. Let learn from colleges that allows guns in campus as a result, students have been killed for no reason, friends have been killed for just a mere confrontation, and police officers have been killed for doing their work. Those that have been killed are someone’s children, fathers, mothers, brothesr, and sisters.
Police Training: How It Could Be Contributed to Less Deaths How many of you have turned the television on this morning only to find out that another innocent life was taken away from us? How many of you began to rhetorically ask yourself “where were the local law enforcement in this situation”? Now of those who rhetorically asked themselves that question, who was even more shocked to find out that it was one of their own local law enforcement personnel that was behind the gun that took away another innocent life off the face of the earth. More often than any other current political issue, it is becoming very common to learn that cops are killing unarmed innocent citizens in America. If there were more training available to cops to teach them
Sandy Banks is bothered by the injustice of police officers towards possible innocent victims. Because it seems like if officers rely on shooting at people as their safest option, Banks demands better training to help solve this issue. Police officers being caught on camera doesn 't changes the fact that the victim will become wounded, or pass away, yet, in most cases officers are not held accountable for the insensible act. In her article, "Horrific videos aren 't solving police shootings, but better training might" Banks asks for better training for police officers, as she developed strong pathos with details, great logos with logical solutions and consequences, but a weak ethos by not mentioning her credentials and the other side of the story.
A problem that we tend to have in our criminal justice system that needs to be addressed is police brutality. Police brutality have become a widespread problem against the world and not just only in the United States. There have been a few unjustified shootings, serious beatings, deadly choking 's, and other brutal offenses that have been made over the years. At this point of time, fatal shootings are becoming very common for our officers in today 's society. However, the police officers responsible for the killings are not suspended for long or punished before they are able to report back to their normal duties.
It is necessary for those who refuse to accept unjust administration of punishment. Capital punishment is often justified by saying that by executing the murders birth of new murders would be prevented. Executions especially when they are more painful and public create a sense of horror and halts those tempted towards criminality to violate laws. In countries such as Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Nigeria and New York crime rates are exceptionally high and this affects the population there. The police also works inefficiently in these countries and the criminals easily escape from punishments.
However, gun control is only a concern when some mass shootings happens such as: school shootings, airports, clubs, hotels, churches, malls, etc. How can many lives be taken outside of war? While those incidents occur, many fear that they will lose their life by individuals
More needs to be done to establish an effective way to create stricter gun laws to help reduce violence. Guns have been the weapon of decision for probably the most severe massacres on American soil. Since early history, firearms have been utilized mainly for militia and defense purposes. However, the development of new gun technology has made guns more accessible and deadly. In spite of the fact that the second amendment gives the right to bear, firearms should be controlled and checked by the government since weapons have contributed to a lot of killings in America and will increase crime rates.
Law enforcement officers more disconnected with their communities using only the newest equipment to maintain order rather than the use of traditional methods. Newseek has stated that "Studies also show that police have the power to either lessen the tensions of an angry group of people or goad them into a riot" Confronting angry citizens in military clothing with gas masks and automatic weapons angers protestors and accomplished
For me there are many reasons to why I think police brutality is apparent in our community. One of the biggest reasons is because police man and woman are scared when they 're in certain situations I think to fix this problem the police departments all around America should start training these police men and women how to be calm cool and collective when it comes to situations like this. Also, looking back at the Michael Brown case I think that the policemen should be fired and I feel the police department should personally apologize to the family and try to help them with any losses and any financial problems they have in the near future because of the death. The Police Department do have reasons for why these events occurred. The police say they were either getting attacked or they felt that they were being disrespected.
This means that there is nobody telling the police to stop or to handle the situation differently. A small group of protesters could monitor police officers and inform them that their methods are extreme. When it comes to requiring the use of force such as beating or shooting suspects officers need to try using peaceful negotiations. For instance if you are a witness to police brutality you and anybody else that happened to be present on the scene can band together and report the incident or talk to the police and remind them to talk it out first before pulling out weapons. Then, there are many police officers who would often use the alibi “I felt threatened” which helps them to
One of the most controversial topics in the past year has been police brutality. It hard to go anywhere or watch any news these days without seeing something on a different situation where either the policeman has gone too far and abused his or her power. Or where an innocent policeman was attacked and murdered for doing something simple like a traffic stop or filling up his gas tank like what occurred in Texas this past October. It seems like it is the cool thing in today’s society to hate cops. If police body cameras were to be enforced for policemen it would change both how the public treats officers and how officers handle situations.
Due to lack of evidence, it is often hard to charge an officer for disorderly conduct, which causes the public outrage and turns them against the justice system. If officers wore body cameras, there would be more evidence to support any claims made between both the officers and the public who ask for answers. A great example of this occurred earlier this year with the death of Mike Brown, who was an unarmed teenager killed by Darren Wilson. Wilson was indicted because of the lack of evidence that Brown was actually a threat. It was basically the public against an officer.
There is enough evidence to show that police officers are using an excess of force, and in some occasions lethal force in their daily routine. It is normal for people to get scared when they are in the presence of a police officer. It is not a casualty, it is because the history that is around police officers and the fame that they had created. Recent incidents involving police officers shooting innocent people are raising doubts about how police officers are trained, and the credibility in the Unites States System of Justice. Ginger Otis in Police Still ‘Have a License To Kill’, a Year After Eric Garner Was Choked to Death, Says His Mother, shows a lot of controversial cases such as Eric Garner case which was choked to death by a police officer