There have been many cases of deaths and injuries caused by the improper use of guns. Every responsible gun owner must make sure that gun safety tips and measures are followed strictly to prevent any shooting accidents or any dangerous situations caused by guns and its ownership. Under the bed safes are better and more preferred over regular safes because they are hidden and do not attract the attention of burglars in case of a break in. Under the bed safes are easily concealable and provide quick
Prisons could let offenders out early and placing them on house arrest. With the breakthrough in technology this would allow the offender to be monitored by a monitoring device. This would help because it would save the taxpayers money and would let the correctional system focus on more serious offenders. House arrest has become more popular with prisons becoming overcrowded. House arrest is where the offender is restricted
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
(“Gun 440”). What the article is saying is that if you take away the handgun of a citizen who has done no harm, and when there is a need for the protection of your family and they have no gun then they have nothing else to do but hide and hope the criminal does not find them before the police come. In conclusion, Gun Control can be good in many different ways, until it interferes with the protection of someone else's life or family. To understand gun control more it is important to know about the laws passed, pros, and cons.
This amendment helps many people because if someone doesn 't want the police to search or go inside their house they don 't have to let them unless if they say they can. If the police don 't have a warrant they can 't search anything unless if they see drugs and other things that they see suspicious. If they have a warrant you have to let them search you or your home only if they
Locker Checks Guns, drugs and knives are only some of things that are potentially slipping through the doors of schools each day without teachers or administration knowing. While some people may claim that locker checks are a violation of a student’s privacy others like myself disagree. Police or administration should have the rights to check your locker at any time. Random or regular locker checks can play a big role in eliminating crime, they are an important part of a police officer’s job and ensure school safety.
It’s safe in all types of reasons. If you really think you really need to keep yourself defended at all times, then you should take the test or some form of test to get privileges to use the gun when needed to. Which will lets us know that you are responsible and have the right to have guns without handing it. Because mostly people who have a weapon usually hides from the police so they don’t get caught. Which in other words, are job is to make police jobs much easier instead of causing them a lot more drama and a lot more work for them trying catch someone that don’t need weapons.
Another alternative to decrease police misconduct is through the use of body cameras which would hold officers accountable for their actions. Often, commanding officers exercise little supervision over the daily activities of their officers. Not only do officers patrol alone, but they are authorized to quickly create solutions and sanctions on the spot. This provides officers the freedom to get away with both minor and major violations to outright crimes. A tactic to prevent this from occurring is to mount body cameras on officers while on duty.
Police Body Cameras When I consider the police I think of how they protect people and our city. Some people assume that cops are just trash and they hate them. The topic of police body cameras sounded like a good idea to me because many people are always filming cops at their worst. When they happen to be beating up on someone, but notice it is always only after the police “agonized” the person then the camera turns off. It never shows how this individual may have been acting towards the officers.
This sort of Big Brother has its pros and cons. Recently, the matter of installing CCTV cameras has been discussed by the council of my hometown since the criminal rate has been scaling up. During this days an act has been approved and lots of cameras have been installed, paying attention to the suburbs especially, where the criminal rate has doubled over the last two years.
Including new policy that could help prevent this action of police brutality against unarmed individuals by increasing police training on de-escalating situations verbally before becoming physically aggressive. Change in policy could enforce more penalties for officers who carelessly do not recognize the difference between their Taser and gun or the difference between a suspect walking home with candy wearing a hoodie from one walking from a crime scene wearing a hoodie. Public relations could increase community activities or involvement that include the police force in a positive
Yes these cameras would make solving issues in cases much easier, but there are many who think this is a violation of their privacy to have an officer with a camera entering their house or looking into their car. It is understandable that someone would not want a rolling camera seeing into their home, but the ability to prove innocence or guilt in a court case should more than outweigh this temporary invasion. If someone is accused of something and the option of having a camera that could prove or revoke the accusation, or having no evidence to prove anything, which should be chosen? Should police officers carry body cameras? If so, should there be restrictions on when and where they can be used?
Some may worry that body cameras on police officers are not necessary a great idea, some may even say it’s against their privacy. According to “Cameras on Cops a Privacy Question “states that Governments and police departments argue that while the cameras provide transparency and accountability, they may also compromise a citizen 's right to privacy and the integrity of some investigations which will inevitably rely on the video in a
Not only could we protect the crime scene ,and tell them what is going on; but we could stay out of there way completely. The first thing we as civilians could do for first responders is to protect the crime scene. One could help patrol, and take people away for the scene until it is over. This is a way of protecting, and assisting because in some instances people may try to fight their way into the scene.
To put it normatively, the common man should not be punished for taking a life in self-defense, and should not be forced to retreat when his life is threatened by another person. The only people whom this law directly hurts are those who chose to perpetuate violent crime. Repealing stand your ground laws would simply protect those who threaten the lives of