All in all, the book demonstrates that there is no initial “bad guy,” instead the situation itself is the problem. The coyotes and border patrol are both issues that are both intertwined between either being good or bad. Initially the book reflects on how people are simply just people. Consequently we are forced to rule out the issues that the immigrants are faced with. As these immigrants are solely searching for a better place to live, a place where all their worrying will come to an end and the misery of their family will no longer be an issue.
Although police officers stand for peace, there are many countries where people view police not as the hero but as the villain. Even in safe, developed countries like Canada and the United States, acts of police misconduct have occurred. For these reasons, police officers should not be allowed to carry firearms. Eliminating guns won’t eliminate police misconduct; however it will take some power away from them but that can be good because they will also be gaining power this way. It sounds confusing but when people see a man with a gun, no matter what side of the law he is on, they will get intimidated and possibly fear him.
The first thing could be getting tickets which would hurt me in the pocket book which I couldn’t afford and second result could be jail/prison. I go there to see my husband because he has not obey the law before and I don’t want to live the way he has to so I obey the laws. We also obey laws because we all benefit from them. Protection of life and property, security of peace, welfare, etc. I don’t steal because I don’t want to be stolen.
In the eyes of the general public, “once a criminal, always a criminal” but this is an unfair assumption to make. For years the getting tough on crime approach has been very popular among politicians because criminal activity is looked down upon by virtually everyone in society and politicians use this to try and gain support for their party. When you think about getting tough on crime, things like longer harsher sentences are ways to crack down on offenders but there is no real evidence that increasing the penalties for crimes actually works to prevent them from happening. Overall getting tough on crime does not work because harsher sentences do not impact criminals, it costs the tax payers a lot of money and our society today does nothing to prevent crime in the first place. The first reason why getting tough on criminals does not work is because for the most part, they are not deterred You must Login to view the entire essay.
Big Police corruption happens in big cities like New York (NY) or Los Angeles (LA) when a group of Police Officers want to make more money so they decide to take the money of the criminals when they arrest them. In big cities about one fourth of the police could be corrupt. Many of which get caught do it because they have the power to take money and drugs and get away with it because they are the police. The bad guys are not going to report the police for taking there drugs and money because they would get in trouble for having the drugs and then they wouldn’t be able to prove that the money was theirs so they wouldn’t get it back anyways. What the corrupt police would do was they would take the drugs from the drug dealers and then sell the drugs back to them because they would get in more trouble by the drug provider.
Just turning a blind eye to the situation is not going to help. Something has to be done. These are the hard decisions that we have to make and be able to come up with a plan without being foiled by red tape politics. Just shipping everybody back home is not the solution. Even illegal immigrants stimulate the economy with buying goods and services,
It just goes back to what I stated previously about people complaining and then not doing anything about whatever is bothering them. I see it as in this country, we are actually taught to be lazy and not work for anything, that we should just receive something without expending any effort. Which is why I do not care whether the illegal immigrants are “taking” all the jobs away from actual United States citizens. Most people would not step up and take the jobs the illegals do, so how can they be taking jobs away? Illegal immigrants work the hard jobs in this country as they take the jobs that they can get.
The very people whose job is to protect society will deceive people to make illegal money. The politicians that society elects are no better than the corrupt police officers when he or she takes payoffs from organized crime group. Television programs have made me think about organized crime groups as only large groups that make big money. The neighborhood gang is an organized crime group that disrupts the neighborhood and has no respect for members of the community. Movies like American Gangster made me more interested in learning about organized crime groups.
This method also allows them to operate purely within the civil population. In theory, law enforcement is a reactive force, whereas if no law is violated then there is nothing to enforce. Therefore, law enforcement cannot react or have any power until laws are broken. Throw into the mix foreign terrorists on U.S. soil and things are further complicated by jurisdiction, when and where terrorists will be tried, whether or not
Running Head: BORDER PORTECTION AND IMMIGRATION Border Protection and Immigration Eric R. Kloss Excelsior College Border Protection and Immigration Americans live in a country where freedom is taken for granted, and not appreciated. Most Americans do not know the cost of freedom and are unwilling to contribute to keeping America free. Americans forget the price that so many have paid to keep America free. I feel that immigration and border security is one of the main issues associated with terrorists and the smuggling of illegal goods, and equipment into America. Changes must be enforced instantly in order to stop this illegal entry into America.