• Police Brutality Law Enforce
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    An integral component to the infrastructure of government is law enforcement. In recent years, police actions, particularly police abuse has come into view of a wide, public and critical eye. While citizens worry about protecting themselves from criminals, it has now been shown that they must also keep a watchful eye on those who are supposed to protect and serve. This paper will discuss the types of police abuse prevalent today, including the use of firearms and recovery of private information....
  • You Don T Fight With The Police
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    An article written by Rosie Dim anno discusses the fact that there are corrupt police officers who the legal system sets free. I interpreted the article "You don't fight with the police" as an instance in society when the innocent are punished by the police who are actually supposed to help society by protecting them from the bad. I believe that the fault in this article lies on the police officers themselves. As discussed in the article making a threat is the beginnings of a nightmare you don't...
  • Police Officer Policemen Officers People
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    Police Officer Its two o' clock in the morning. You wake up to the sound of a drug-addict vandalizing a mobile home. When this happens, who do you call? Not your mother, but the cops. The typical cop faces this situation on a regular basis. A policemen's life is far from Hollywood; it is quite difficult to work where most people don't acknowledge your life or job. Most people think of policemen as a nuisance, but cops are much more than that; they save lives. Policemen keep the peace, enforce l...
  • Guilt In Lord Jim
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    Conrad's guilt theme in the novel Lord Jim is shown directly through the main character, Jim. "Jim's spiritual odyssey explores the theme of guilt" (Kuehn 35). Jim is a strong character at heart, but he is overcome by the forces that guilt put on his mind. Jim is a man controlled by his fear. He dreams of becoming a hero at sea and his dreams are repeatedly shattered. He is therefore flushed with guilt. Throughout the novel Jim's guilt haunts him and prevents him from becoming reestablished as ...
  • The Police Exception And The Domestic Abuse Law
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    The Police Exception and the Domestic Abuse Law Beating a spouse is wrong. Fighting is wrong. Domestic Abuse is wrong. Thesis a very simple concept and lawmakers, police officers, and citizens of our country for years have been in majority with these concepts. One of the punishments our government has come up with for convicted domestic abusers is revoking the privilege to carry weapons in public. This prevents convicted abusive citizens from having the ability to tote a potentially murderous w...
  • Ethics In Law Enforcement
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    The guest speaker for the ethics in law enforcement lecture was Neal Trautman. Mr. Trautman was a founder of the Law Enforcement Training Network, the worlds largest provider of police training. Mr. Trautman has worked numerous years trying to achieve a standard of ethics within law enforcement. He believes that integrity is the core of America and also the greatest need for the United States and our law enforcement. Mr. Trautman supports the idea that the people who regulate American citizens ...
  • Benton Harbor Police Michigan State
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    Police line streets of Benton Harbor after nights of riots Residents outraged by deadly police chase Wednesday, June 18, 2003 Posted: 8: 57 PM EDT (0057 GMT) State and local police make their presence felt Wednesday in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Story Tools RELATED o Interactive: Benton Harbor riots o Map: Benton Harbor, Michigan o CNN Access: Mayor: Police relationship unkind to citizens VIDEO Bullets, fire and rage on the streets of Benton Harbor, Michigan. WSB T reporter Jennifer Kuk is on the ...
  • Women In Law Enforcement
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    There are many stereotypes that women in the law enforcement field have to face. In order to recruit more women into policing, law enforcement agencies should attempt to overcome the idea that policing is a "male-oriented profession." This paper will cover parts of the history of women police officers, some views and stereotypes of the female officer, job related issues, life outside of the workforce and job satisfaction. It used to be that only nursing, teaching, and clerical positions were ope...
  • Mike Davis And The Lapd
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    The general assumption that people make of the role that police officers play is that they are there to "Protect and Serve" the community. What people many times do not realize is that in reality a large percentage of police officers in Los Angels, including the Chiefs of Police, do their jobs with a different intention in mind. Police officers as well as politicians claim to be working hard on keeping drugs off the streets when in reality they are bringing on the violence themselves by instigat...
  • Police Professionalism Officer Public Community
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    Police Professionalism By: Loren Hensley Police officers have a very reputable job, meaning they must be professional at all times. The job of a police officer is to protect and to serve the public. Since most of their time is spent in the public eye, they are expected to maintain professional behavior. The first step in projecting their professionalism is their dress. They should be dressed neatly, and according to the uniform regulations of their department. Appearances say a lot since that is...
  • Play Review Police Officer
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    Ismael RubalcavaApril 4, 2005 Theater 100 - Play Review "COPS " When I found out that I had to attend theater Play's [plays] for class I was looking forward to attending them. I told my wife that I had to attend and she had to go with me. Since I was not too excited about going to a play I let my wife pick out the play. We decided to see "COPS" at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood. The two main characters are undercover Chicago police officers. They would always come to the diner early in the...
  • Police Brutality Human Rights
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    There is a widespread and persistent problem of police brutality across the United States. Thousands of individual complaints about police abuse are reported each year and local authorities pay out millions of dollars to victims in damages after lawsuits. Police officers have beaten and shot unresisting suspects; they have misused batons, chemical sprays, and electro-shock weapons; they have injured or killed people by placing them in dangerous restraint holds. This is the first paragraph of an ...
  • Riot Police Clash With Slc Crowd
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    I'VE BEEN IN riots and this was not a riot," Salt Lake City Police Chief Rick Dinse said at a news conference at mid morning Sunday. ." ... I believe it was the right amount of force at the right time." Dinse said windows in several buildings and at least one vehicle were damaged during the clash, which began when individuals in a boisterous crowd in the thousands became unruly after the Bud World beer garden attraction was closed after reaching capacity. Dinse estimated damage could reach "the ...
  • African Americans Black Group Officers
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    Ethnic Group Essay For my Ethnic Group Essay, I chose African Americans because they are the group that has, for the most part, been a main target for racism in today society, and through out the whole 18 th and 19 th century. There are many actual, recorded incidents where this can be shown. During the Civil War, blacks were free from slavery in the North, but still suffered from an enormous amount of racism. During this time, black males were legally able to vote in only New York and New Engla...
  • Police Brutality Officers Officer Robbins
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    Police Brutality By: Anonymous 'But they didn't have to beat me this bad. I don't know what I did to be beat up.' Rodney King, March 3, 1991. Police brutality has been a long lasting problem in the United States since at least 1903 when police Captain Williams of the New York Police Department coined the phrase, 'There is more law at the end of a policeman's nightstick than in a decision of the Supreme Court.' In the 1920's the Wichersham Commission had a number of instances of police brutality....
  • Police Abuse Persons Or Property
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    Police Officers Overstep Their Rights When Searching People One of the main powers law enforcement officers carry is the authority to make citizens involuntarily give up their rights. Most people when confronted by police get mild to moderate panic reaction, can become nervous or anxious, and do as much as possible to limit the time spent with the officer. Due to the difference in power between a citizen and a police officer, citizens often unknowingly, give up their constitutional rights when a...
  • Law Enforcement Officersare They Fair
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    It is not secret that rights of people can be violated because of deception of law enforcement officers. There are many reasons for this, but in the United States the main one is probably the due to the factor of personal responsibility of officer. Law enforcement officers often times have to use deception and other covert techniques to gain access into a suspects dwelling or place of business. Police officers risk their lives everyday just by putting on that identifiable uniform. They deal with...
  • Cause And Effect Of Becoming Law Enforcement Officer
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    The decision to become a Law Enforcement officer is one that shouldn't be taken lightly. It can effect the way you live in many ways. Your decision to carry a badge and gun in protection of life and property will change you forever. Your family, friends, and the way you live will be altered to accommodate this decision. Your choice of where you live and who your friends are will have a great impact on your ability to perform your job effectively. Many people haven't an idea as to what sacrifice...
  • Post Traumatic Stress And The
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    It seems that the public never tires of watching and hearing stories of fictional police / correctional officers. But when it comes to the real lives of police / correctional officers, we need to look deep into what these police / correctional officers face in every day life. And how that posttraumatic stress is handled after an incident has occurred. But before we can look at the posttraumatic stress we need to look at the first step of the ladder, which would be stress. Stress is defined as a ...
  • Commanding Officer War Men Officers
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    Lions led by Donkeys?' : The Portrayal of the Officer Class in Pat Barker's 'Regeneration', R. C Sherrif's Journey's End and a selection of poetry by Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen. 'He's young; he hated War: how should he die when cruel old campaigners win safe through?' # The First World War claimed the life of five million fighting men. Siegfried Sassoon wrote in his letter of resignation: "I have seen the suffering of the troops, and I can no longer be a party to prolong these sufferings...