Unethical Police Operations In recent years, police action became the view of the world, and in public eye. Every citizen within the U.S is not only worrying about protecting themselves and their family from criminals, but also keeps their eyes on an officer who supposed to serve and protect our citizen daily. This paper will discuss the use of firearms and a receipt of private information, which will also include the discussion of how citizens’ has the right to take advantage of by our policemen. Because of the entire significant differential, all citizenship must take action upon them to affirmative from physical brutality; information abused, and rights violations. Every conflict has its significant implications on administrative and departmental officer procedures.
In our country nearly one half of households own a gun and nearly thirty thousand people die each year from gun shot related wounds (Smock 151). It is because of statistics like these that gun control has become one of the most heated issues that our country is currently facing. While it is obvious that guns are dangerous weapons that must be used responsibly, many people are debating whether or not stricter laws should be put in to place in an attempt to lower the harms caused by guns. Many states and cities across the nation have already established laws that have made it harder for people to get their hands on guns. Many extremists have even asked for guns to be completely taken out of the hands of everyday citizens.
We should be able to have this right but use it for a purpose. Resorting to gun violence instead of the old fashioned fists match is the way of many young folk. Families and friends are left grieving but no lessons are learned it just continues. Below I will show you which area of the city have the most gun violence. If you analyze the photo you will notice that gun violence is not the subject of just one area in Philadelphia, it has taken over the whole city As you see below it is a recurring issue, one hand to the other.
Even with the current gun restrictions according to a study at John Hopkins research center “More than a quarter of all guns connected with the Bureau of Alcohol, tobacco, and Firearms investigations (crimes) of illegal gun trafficking.” There is no way that a ban of assault rifles is going stop the purchasing of such rifles. If there was such a ban in America that rivaled the U.K. than it could be assumed or projected that it would American prohibition all over again, and the law of prohibition was the most ignored law in American
After watching the movie, I was very shocked. I could not believe the number of gun violence in the United States. I think the media plays an important role in the violence that goes on here. When watching the news, the reports are always on the same thing; robberies, murders, and gangs. In Canada, their news focuses more on the positive aspects of their community.
Never Ending World War Throughout history, war has been a major issue in the world. There have been wars between various countries, civil wars, and even wars that have involved nearly the entire world. At the end, the side with the most power and strategy exit the quarrel victorious. What most people take for granted, are the wars that occupy our society on a daily basis. The wars that involve people in their community; the women who is getting paid less that her male co-worker for doing the exact same job, the man who is simply walking down the street and is treated like a criminal because of his race, or the teenager who is too scared to let the world know about his sexuality because he is afraid of being ostracized.
Violent, preventable crimes by minors have long plagued America’s larger cities but have scarcely been punished because of the age of the perpetrators. Protected by a lenient and highly outdated juvenile justice system, violent youth have taken advantage of such beneﬁts and have run rampant in our cities. High proﬁle slayings are quite the norm on the evening news, and every once in a while, disaster strikes and we lose a large number of lives at the hands of young offenders. And sadly, naive America continues to lose more and more lives at the hands of reckless teens and repeat offenders because we choose to give them as many chances as they need so long as they are not legal adults. Unfortunately, we have to lose and destroy more lives because we refuse to
Gun control has been a controversial issue in America for many decades, especially the debate concerning the most effective ways to reduce gun violence. We hear stories everyday of homicides, suicides, firearm accidents, and mass shootings resulting in more than 100,000 people being injured or killed per year. In the political arena, there are opposing views on the laws needed to reduce this gun violence epidemic. There is too much political arguing that causes Congressional gridlock, when what is important is to stop fighting each other and start fighting for the common good of the people. Many concerned citizens just want the political arguing to stop and to work together, not for political gain, but for the crucial purpose of saving lives.
In addition, field studies were conducted in Portland and Vancouver to prove the effectiveness of gun control. The two cities are several hours apart by car, similar culturally in many ways, and have similar crime rates. However, guns are strictly regulated in Vancouver; turns out the people of Portland are at six times greater risk of being murdered with a gun than those in Vancouver (Moorhouse and Wanner, 5). Clearly handgun regulation works; when Washington D.C banned the sale of handguns, the murder rate dropped considerably, twenty-five percent (Moorhouse and Wanner, 9). This evidence indicates that tough firearm legislation would cause a drastic drop in the number of deaths involving
Death Penalty Should Not Be Abolished Criminals who are not afraid of being equally punished for their horrible crimes have murdered many people every year. Career criminals make it impossible for the average person to live their life without fear. Since most states have eliminated the death penalty murderers, dangerous criminals cannot be sentenced to the death penalty. The way the justice system works in some states is not fair compared to the other states that do have the death penalty. Therefore, the United States interprets the same human right differently depending on a location.