There polices officers that arrested men with weed just to keep it and sell it back to another drug dealer so that they make money off of it. It’s just a lot of crazy under hand work that is going on. Why can’t we just find police that actually do the job and stop beating the system? There are
The officer constantly checked the mail that prisoners received because gang members and criminals use interesting ways to deliver contraband through mails and greetings. One on the officers discovered hidden heroin between the post card that was send to one of prisoners. One of the officers also discovered methadone in an Easter greeting. It’s amazing they conceal the drugs so well that it’s almost impossible for naked eyes to see it. Another interesting was ghost writing that was discovered by officers during mail search.
Drug trafficking is a global illicit trade involving the civilization, manufactures, distributions and sales of substances which are subject to drug prohibition laws (UNODC intro). This has become a growing problem in the world today; most people think it is a fast and easy way to make money, but not paying attention to the consequences that come along with the situation. Money serves as a major factor in the war on drugs. The money that results from drug trafficking seems a primary reason why controlling illegal drugs, or banning them in that case, poses as a difficult task. There are many risks when it comes to dealing drugs, no matter what kind of drug you are selling you are liable to end up in jail right along with the murders, and the rapist (Jake, 2006).
Sometimes parents are to blame, sometimes the neighborhood you live in is to blame, but more recently the derivative of gun violence is the gangs. In the fifties gang were produced to stop the whites from entering the blacks communities to terrorize them. The purpose of the gangs back then was to protect their neighborhood. Now with the gangs fighting for territory and respect it seems like they have become greedy and wanting more power, money and respect. These thing have been achieved through violence most of it through gun play.
Cabramatta was a wreck back then, and they fixed that one day with a large amount of police and equipment, they raided houses and arrested people who were selling drugs. Many of the residents were happy about this and as soon as the news spread, all of the drug dealers fled out of Cabramatta. The solution to the drug and crime problem was the reason that Cabramatta is how it is today. Cabramatta’s
Police officers turn bad to gain wealth, power, and rank in most law enforcement agencies. The extent of police corruption goes as far as officers ripping off drug dealers and even dealing drugs themselves for an increase in wealth. Police officers in some cases try to cover up their corrupt behavior by murder, torture, and even acts of brutality on their victim. Police corruption is a major problem in many law enforcement agencies in the United States. Police misconduct is a major problem among officers in various law enforcement agencies in the United States.
Drug Trafficking in the United States Tameka Zackery ENG.122 Instructor: Vanessa Martin December 6, 2011 Drug trafficking in the United States is a problem that is always in the media. Whenever someone turns the television on to watch the six o’clock news one of the nightly features will be about drugs. It was thought to be a problem that only big cities had but it is worldwide. Drugs are destroying families, robbing people of successful lives, and causing the crime rate to soar. Abby the Ectasy dealer stated (All I’ve ever done is sell to people who wanted to buy.
Police brutality remains a major concern for those of the community. The intent of this paper is to show examples of police brutality and how the criminal justice system and law enforcement administrators handled these cases. Administration’s Handling of Police Brutality The community has been subjected, for many decades, to violence by those in law enforcement in the United States. Over the last several hundred years, people have endured violence in many different ways. In today’s society, police officers have used excessive force that leads to inexcusable assaults, beatings, shootings, or even death.
The projects are war zones into which paramedics and even firefighters often won't enter without first getting armed protection from the police, even in an emergency. In the big projects of Chicago the residents and the administrators are at the mercy of the drug dealers and the drug users, the prostitutes and their pimps, and mostly the gang-bangers, many of whom are also drug dealers and drug users. The evil yet seductive power of gangs and the evil yet seductive power of drugs in Chicago are twin blights on every citizen, of course, but the grief lands mostly on the poor and the desperate. One day my supervisor handed me a first report of a rear-ender, which meant I had twenty-four hours to track down the claimant or have a good reason why I didn't. I was still new to Chicago, and I asked the 35-year-old woman behind me, Peggy, where the address was.
Drug Trafficking in the United States Michelle Patterson Eng 122 Prof. Benjamin Daw October 1, 2012 Drug Trafficking 2 The purpose of this topic is that I want to inform people about the social, and the ethical effects that drug trafficking has on upon our society. From people robbing others to families stealing from each other to leaving children without one or both parents, drugs have affected our daily lives. Some addicts spend so much time and money trying to obtain drugs or under the influence of drugs that they neglect their family, friends, and work. I will show through statistics how drug trafficking affects our economy, and introduce you to some low-level offenders that have had stiffer sentences than others simply