In order to help combat the rising drug problem in America, schools are having to make the choice of whether to use drug dogs or not. Schools have the choice of bringing drug sniffing dogs into the building in order to find and confiscate drugs that are in the possession of its students. I believe that the dogs should not be used until a problem has been confirmed or there is reasonable suspicion and severe action is warranted. Using drug dogs to sniff out drugs is a relatively new practice that started about 24 years ago (Robinson) and can be quite controversial. Using drug dogs is still relatively new because schools are trying to combat the rising drug problems that the United States has been facing.
Police dogs are very helpful when it comes to dealing with the criminals that the police force faces in today's world. There are many different types of dogs that serve in the police force that allow us to live in a safer world. For example there is the
Dogs should be allowed in public schools. Dogs cheer people up and put them in better moods, dogs make good memories with people, and dogs are great protectors of people. You should agree with me by now so go to your local school and demand that they get a school dog for memories and for protection. Could you just imagine how much better schools would be with dogs? Kids playing with the school dog when their having a rough day.
Locker searches are another avenue to find stolen property. There are plenty pros to having locker searches now let observe the cons that are not satisfying. It is not private to have people search lockers at school. They think that only school locker searches need to happen to students that have horrifying school records. They might just keep the firearm on them contrary of bothering with putting them in their lockers.
Dorman 1 Adisyn Dorman Mr.Starkey ELA 7 Dogs Should be Allowed at School What could be better than being greeted in your classroom by a friendly dog? Despite the fact that pets are soothing, many schools won't allow any animals to be in schools for various reasons. However, trained dogs should be allowed at schools they have been proven to relieve stress, help in a medical situations, and will help you to accept and love the simple things in life. Dogs can even teach kids responsibility. The benefits of classroom interaction with dogs certainly outweigh any perceived costs or concerns.
Introduction draft Hi I am Jaimee Burke and these are my partners Bryn Grant and Maddy Wright. Random drug testing needs to be required in every school system in America. Do you want your kids doing drugs on a school campus and getting caught but you can 't prove it? Of course not if your kids or friend is accused by this big statement of doing drugs you want the facts that they have. Drug testing proves if a teen is doing drugs or has done them in the past.
“Police must be routinely and randomly tested for steroids and other illegal drugs”("17 Solutions To). If officers are more routinely checked for drugs that could affect their mind or make them act differently, then incidents of excessive force could be prevented. If any tests were to be made then they must be random and unannounced so that the officers would not to be able to prepare or flush any drugs out of their body beforehand. If officers happened to be under the influence of any kind of drug then it could change their decision making process and could make them make bad
For example a drone is ideal for SWAT operations, crowd control, criminal missing person, forensics crime scene, gangs, narcotics, search and rescue, vehicle crashes and corrections (prisons). However, using drones for the constant surveillance of someone at their personal property is illegal unless the law enforcement agency obtains a warrant. There are many cases that have been thrown out due to be in violation of the fourth amendment. In the case Kyllo v. the United States (2001)” Suspicious marijuana was being grown in petitioner Kyllo’s home in a triplex, agents used a thermal imaging device to scan the triplex to determine if the amount of heat emanating from it was consistent with the high-intensity lamps typically used for indoor marijuana growth. The scan showed that Kyllo’s garage roof and a side wall were relatively hot compared to the rest of his home and substantially warmer than the neighboring units.
Protests have led to numerous amounts of prominent change; however, with this particular issue, protest isn’t the solution; rather, it’s the opposite- to implement locker searches. Locker searches have sparked an abundance of debates concerning the integrity and effectiveness of its outcome. From my perspective, however, I believe locker searches are an ethical and effective process that can easily benefit the school in regards to the security and maintenance of their property. Many individuals continue to refute the implementation of locker searches. They believe that such processes invade the personal space of developing and insecure students, which lessens the trust between the students and their educational environment.