In this week’s module one content. I learned that there should always be police integrity and community trust. “With police and community trust, there is an honored relationship between citizens and a government agency.” (Community Trust and Police Integrity, p.7-16) Secondly, police officers must be trusted to behave in an ethical way on their own.
Do you seriously don’t know what the heck has gotten into polices head. My issue what cops are selfishness, laziness, weak, and just not doing their job. Cops can be selfish often when they think you committed a crime just because you 're black, or they just assume, and have no proof. They have no evidence, no proof, no clues. And sometimes when there’s a case not even that big, they think they can just take their own little time.
Police brutality remains a common yet controversial topic around the world. Police brutality is “the use of excessive and/or unnecessary force by police when dealing with civilians” (thelawdictionary.org). It’s a topic that segregates communities and makes each other their enemy. Specifically, a white officer has been the enemy of the black community. Unfortunately, the tension between police and blacks grew over the past few decades.
“But my fate is my own, to die”, Antigone cries as she is lead to her final grave. As we are confronted with Antigone's harsh truth, the readers wonder if there was a way that her death could have been avoided. There are many different paths that Antigone could have taken with an infinite number of possibilities and outcomes. She could have done nothing, but Antigone would not have let that happen. The choices she made seem very rash and extreme.
Honore de Balzac once said, “Laws are spider webs through which the big flies pass and the little ones get caught.” I believe this quote asserts Colin Kaepernick's ability to be the voice for people who don’t have a platform to speak about the wrongdoings. Colin Kaepernick is an African American football player who sat during the National Anthem at a 49ers game last year. Kaepernick’s protest is not about the flag but about racial injustice happening all around the world. I agree with Kaepernick protest because there is injustice, police brutality, and inequality going on that some people are choosing to ignore.
My version of America would be that there are no more killing of cops. The second thing I would like to see happen is no more terrorism in America. The third thing I would like to see change in America is no more race problems. There are many other things I would like to see change in America, but seeing no more cops being killed, no more terrorism, and no more race problems are my main things I would like to get rid of.
Police brutality is the use of any force to accomplish a lawful police purpose. Although no reliable measure of its incidence exists-let alone one charting change its history. A lot of people are killed every year, month, and a day and it's not acceptable. The only thing that keeps people from overrunning police in our society is the respect that we have chosen to give police.
I agree with the thought of the quote fifty fifty. There are certain people that can take power into their hands and do good with it, but there are also a few that can’t control it correctly. Those people that can’t control it tend to think they are better than everyone else and their irrational actions turns them into bad people. One example of this is today 's police force.
Ever since I decided to go into law enforcement I have been asked the unavoidable question, “Why” multiple times. I always answer that I want to help others; and even though this is the main reason it is not the only reason why I have decided to follow this career field. I would like to go a little deeper into why it is I want to be a police officer. I also want to explain why it is that during though times for law enforcement I have decided to enter this career field. Some people have known what they wanted to do as a career since they were kids.
The main topic of this paper has to do with whether police shootings are justified or not and it has to do with all the statistics of their shootings. Another point of this paper is talking about the details of when the officers shoot and what happens then. Surprisingly police officers do not hit their target a majority of the time. As a matter of fact police officers usually only hit an assailant twenty-five percent of the time. My opinion is that police officers more than not, are correct in whether or not they are when they shoot if it is justifiable or not.
Lately, many innocent people have been shot and killed by the police all over the world. These victims are not the only people that are affected. Using examples as proof from ten newspaper articles about police officers in different situations, this essay will explain how and why it is never acceptable for police officers to shoot and kill. There are many other ways to solve a problem other than killing somebody. Killing somebody always affects their friends and family harshly and when a police officer unnecessarily shoots somebody, they lose the trust of the citizens.