One could be lying, but make it believable. The other could be telling the truth, but does not have enough evidence. The same for police officers, they all aren't honest or trustworthy. Although police should wear body camera while they are on duty, this is also invading people's privacy.
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. That is why body worn cameras need to be mandatory for all police officers to wear because it protects the public and the police officers that are wearing them. A couple positive outcomes police officers wearing body cameras is how they can lower police officers misuse of authority and also lower false complaints against officers as well. These are two
The United states and their police forces are doing the best they can to help keep the peace, but from bad publicity and less community policing they can barely hold on. Also anti-police movements of citizens who disagree with the force officer's use during arrests makes the officer's concern for safety even greater. However,the media will only report the negative sides of police and their duties they do everyday. Next the police are targeted by people and have been in the 60s and more recently in the past couple months.
Maybe it doesn't act like it for hardened criminals or for those who act with passion, but it is most likely to act as a deterrent for those who plan a murder carefully and try not to get
Police should be able to monitor the protest and make sure they are not in the way of anyone not willing to protest because their protest should not stop a normal routine of someone else. If someone is on their way to work than they should not be stopped because protesters are in the streets and the person could be on there way to work and they could lose their job because of them being late. Police brutality is very controversial because there are many people that are wrongly accused and there are people that are beat for no reason. I think police should be controlled by an unbiased group because they need to be controlled but then the civilians need to be controlled by the police. There needs to be more laws in place so people can express their opinion in the street.
Either way, there must be adequate training to prevent certain actions from occurring by the police. The police are supposed to protect and serve, however, when the police use certain measures, then, the public are the ones who need to be protected from the same police that are put in place to do the job. When it comes to the police, there should be trust between the police and the people. When it comes to play that the people cannot trust the police with equality, then, it becomes a problem. Race should never play a role in why a person is stopped, frisked, arrested, or suspected.
Moreover, Gangs are a bad influence towards people. Some people look towards gang members. Gang members should not be role models towards people because they do criminal activities. We should hire more policemen because it 's too many death behind gang
Secondly,most people even if they can not get a gun they will easily just steal it. Banning guns will not do anything except make people steal more to get a gun which will just cause more problems. Also making stricter gun laws will also include police officers which will give them a disadvantage if they have no gun or have new rules while using the weapon.
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.
In recent years there has been more accounts of police brutality on citizens who haven’t done anything wrong. In which some of the actions done by some police officers have led to some major consequences. Imagine a person named Tim is just minding his own business buying things or just walking around, next thing you know a police officer comes out of nowhere and starts beating Tim for no reason. No one would like that to happen to them but this is a scenario that has been popping up more recently with some having deadlier consequences. Since of this issue police officers need to wear body cameras to record when they interact with citizens.
XIV, sec. 1). If the public were not able to videotape any of the police brutality then there would be nothing to ensure the innocence of many. If there is no evidence then the less likely the public would believe an African American would be innocent of any crime. The public would believe that police officers are using excessive force because they are dealing with people who are dangerous and are suspects of a crime. Sadly, without evidence there is no way to prove
A study found that one-third of sex offenders surveyed on the register in Florida experience some sort of adverse consequence such as acts of vigilantism and harassment, inability for offenders to find jobs and housing, housing prices lower in communities with sex offenders and loss of friends and family support. The two main rationales behind community notification are enhancing public safety and reducing recidivism. However many studies have proven that community notification does not enhance public safety or reduce recidivism, the consequences for the offender are mainly negative and will not assist in rehabilitation into
There are some studies that reveal that the use of body cameras in the Law Enforcement decrease use of force, discriminatory and excessive police severity when they are working. The complaints from residents also decreased since they are using body cameras. This is because agents maybe are scared of people watching the images of their work, so they act more carefully about criminal policy and procedures. They want to be an example for people and they want the approve of the citizens while they are working. Therefore, there are changes in the action of the agents when they use body cameras, this fact may limit the use of discretion in the field and help the citizens to be more
Another child has lost their life to senseless violence and the officers have been slapped on the wrist. Body cams can prevent a tragedy and aid officers in building a better community and protect their image. Not only that the body cams are the only way officers can improve on the daily. Body cams are a way to prevent unneeded violence in the community and get the truth. The cams will allow every detail of the event to be recorded and played back.
The Rotten Apple Theory. Police departments use the ‘Rotten Apple Theory’ to describe police deviance, police gratuity, kickbacks, bribery, and shakedowns of business owners (Police Crimes, 2005). According to the Christopher Commission’s (1991) article on police crimes, it stated that white police officers were somewhat more likely to use excessive force against African Americans and watchdog groups like the American Civil Liberties Unions (ACLU, 2016).