People joining the police were hired solely off of experience, education, and screening for ones well-being, incorruptible character and fitness. Herbert Hoover joined Wickersham Commission to look into ethical issues that could be instilled in the criminal justice system in which they did find a lot of police misconduct. The Wickersham Commission was put in place to possibly fix police misconduct. The advantage with reform era was that the officers were more educated, and trained to be a police. This policing era was more motorized to get the citizens in other areas.
Of the experiences and sentiment John Lewis delivered within his words the usage of ethos, logos, and pathos becomes clearly visible. Lewis uses ethics and logic when he expressed a bill was needed to ensure equality. The examples used to explain police brutality and abuse of authority conceive an emotional visual inflicting the audience to personally feel it. There was not any room for patience, only for change. Another captivating speaker is reputable Martin Luther King whom enticed a mass public with influential persuasive language.
In the book, ‘The Death Cure’, by James Dashner there are an adequate amount of figures of speech which are pretty interesting.Figures of speech is a good strategy writers intelligently manipulate in order to keep interest and suspense. James Dashner mainly used hyberboleshyperboles, metaphors and personification since it lets the reader close their eyes and imagine them being in the book. Figures of speech helps the reader feel like they are understanding what the characters are experiencing. First off, Dashner used personification to let the reader experience the scene. “Minho ignored him, fighting tooth and nail until the group finally stopped in front of a door’’ (page 39) .
The professional or reform era ascended due to the impact of the steps taken to separate police works from the influence of local politicians (Kelling & Moore, 1989). Even though time has carried us to the community era of policing, still corruption is a serious challenge for effective policing. Some police officers do not even understand what an act of corruption is, while others rationalize
Bryan’s writing structure in his book is professional by the way he would introduces different court cases he had previously worked on into each progressing personal thought and analysis over the topic of innocents on death row. From beginning to end the dictionary was my best friend when struggling through the author 's complex vocabulary. The selection of his vocabulary such as; menacing, discretionary, and unprecedented made it difficult to understand the author when he was expressing his thoughts or describing a scenario. His writing style is intelligent because even though his writing tends to be scholarly, there are ways to still create pictures with your head. His descriptive scenario gave me a tangible image of how it might’ve looked like and me feel in his position during this intense scene when a white male police officer pointed a gun to his face because he looked suspicious in the middle of the night sitting in his car.
Operation Ceasefire Throughout Kennedy 's "Don 't Shoot" he shows us the method that consists of Project Ceasefire, statistics, and many instances where this project was a major success wherever it was implemented. The Operation Ceasefire entailed deterrence aimed at the group itself, not individuals. With Kennedy 's detailed account of the project, if a Police Chief approached me and asked me to implement operation ceasefire, I would do the following steps and in the following order: Establish necessary research components, pressure and enforce zero tolerance rule, call-ins, and finally, keep training law enforcement agencies periodically. The first step would be to establish necessary research components. Not only do we need to be aware
In Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy, he writes to illustrate the injustices of the judicial system to its readers. To do so, Stevenson utilizes multiple writing styles that provide variety and helps keep the reader engaged in the topic. Such methods of his include the use of anecdotes from his personal experiences, statistics, and specific facts that apply to cases Stevenson had worked on as well as specific facts that pertain to particular states. The most prominent writing tool that Stevenson included in Just Mercy is the incorporation of anecdotes from cases that he himself had worked on as a nonprofit lawyer defending those who were unrightfully sentenced to die in prison. The story of Walter McMillian, which Stevenson begins the book with, is the one recurring topic throughout the whole book; Stevenson narrates the entirety of Walter’s case and how he was put
The Juries protect people’s rights and liberties through the teamwork with a judge. By working together in great effort they come down to one reasonable idea. Responsibility for justice mostly lies upon honesty and fairness of juries therefore people must rely on jurors for their own protection. Furthermore, a movie ‘’Twelve Angry Men” is great example of juror’s absolute honesty and sense of fairness in order to determine defendant committed a crime or not. The juries justify a defendant because of well clarified facts and the evidence of a murder that they find out by hard team working and their serious attitude toward a
Thesis statement: Police should wear body cameras because playing body cameras could improve the public’s view of police by showing the human side, help to provide evidence when a person may not be able to, and it protects the officers and public both. Cameras Imagine there is a huge case going on where a police officer is coming under question on if dealt with a potential suspect in the correct way. Now think about the money being used to provide lawyers, a judge, a jury, etc., to handle the high profile case. Now there is two possible outcomes, there was police misconduct and abuse of power, or the police officer did everything correctly and by the book. Either way there needs to be something that can protect the public from police misconduct and also protect law enforcement from dealing with false accusations that can tarnish their reputation.
The article’s objective is to identify why some city governments have managed to change the corruption equilibrium while others have failed. The article achieves its objectives by analysing the example of the Hong Kong city government and its success in managing corruption in the police force. This article is significant for the intended audience, city governments, and police heads if they want to understand how they can manage corruption in the police force. It has been written in a language this is easily understandable by the intended audience, and