Every conflict has its significant implications on administrative and departmental officer procedures. The mainly problem that always occurring is the physical brutality, which the main goal is to get the police department to enforce and adopt a written policy. However, polices limiting actions will bring most of debate especially from the police officers themselves. “Many feel that their firepower is already too weak to battle the weapons criminals have on the streets, and limiting their legality of gun use will not only endanger them, but the innocent bystanders who must endure the hierarchy gun power creates in the benefit of criminals.” (Bouza, Anthony. 1990) It’s necessary to ask help from the superior officers so that a tolerance of brutality will not establish.
It is dangerous and people need to take it seriously. By not finding better ways to prosecute DUI’s more people will continue to be killed. 6) There is no further information I want the Professor to know about this essay. Michael St.John Professor Jodie Baeyens ENGL 102 Effectiveness in Writing June 5, 2012 Difficulty of DUI Cases Driving under the influence (DUI) is a major problem in the U.S. DUIs are dangerous selfish acts that affect all social classes and ethnic groups. DUI’s happen when a person has no regard for the rules or regulations of their state or the safety and well being of fellow citizens.
So because of this rudeness it makes the Duvich family feel unwanted. So in order to have freedom you must be accepted. Lastly, to be free you must feel accepted. Since the Duvich family is marked as “untouchable” they are unable to do what they wish peacefully. “But the Duvitches were marked people.” (3) This prevented them to do what they wished peacefully because where ever they went they would be harassed by the town folk.
It is a group of individuals that want to find their place but have no direction to guide them. In the end though, a functionalist would view a gang as a dysfunction because it does not really provide anything positive to a society and only brings harm and instability due to its unorganized and violent nature (Schaefer, 2011, pg.
Though John had sympathy for the family pressures she was facing, but her unpleasant behavior was affecting the efficiency of the entire team and the organization. On the other hand, Andy another employee with CES and a team member for the waste management committee, made it worse by creating negativity in the mind of Vincent on the very first day of his office. Vincent resigned his earlier job because of the internal politics and did not want the same issues again. Vincent tough tried in altering Gwen’s job description but knew she won’t be satisfied with that too. John’s inability to anticipate issues and take up steps to resolve the conflict arising due to the Vincent’s presence is harming the output of the organization.
Instead, it will only take a toll on the innocent Americans who will not be able to protect themselves in case of an attack. It will also be a violation of people’s right and in addition, the citizens will lose their trust towards their elected leaders. The law enforcers should treat people with respect and fulfil their duty to protect and serve instead of using their power to terrorise them because without these people, they would not be enjoying those privileges. Liberalism is slowly going to change the country, and soon people will be under the rule of a few privileged individuals. Taking away people’s right to own firearms, as Dwyer notes, is a calculated move aimed at leaving the people with no free will.
I wanted to show that even though they tried to help they feel like they failed trying to help. The deaths of the innocent will continue, because no one is truly listening to what people are saying, and the sad part is that most people know what happens, however fear is what holds people back from justice. Fear is what keeps people from helping their peers, from helping themselves. The government cover up doesn’t help the people but instead ends up harming people, when they ask for the help. I wanted to portray the fact that people end up getting hurt if they try to
If society seems cracks in the system, or even a hint of bad organizational management, or bad police behavior in the criminal justice system; they will in turn began to question the value of that system (Robinson, 2009). Society looks at the justice system as a role model of how things should be, if they see issues of racism, sexism, or plain poor work ethics of officers; this in turn can cause bad rapport between the criminal justice system and the society they govern. In a changing society, there is little tolerance for officers or departments that chose to misuse the badge by hiding behind it to commit crimes. Society will see more value in the criminal justice system is if their officers are more caring in upholding the law without unnecessary out of line roughness. To build good rapport between society and the criminal justice system there must first be a strong structure within the system.
A society without laws would be a corrupt chaotic society that would put people in a state of crisis because people would be murdered for possessions they own, fundamental beliefs of how people preserve what’s right from wrong in a society would not be the same as a normal society, and a balance between individual rights and public order would not be a basis part of a society. In this society without a government people would not be prosperous and seek new ways to live as a group. The basis for money would not be the same as with a government and would result in different forms of exchange. Education would not be the same because that is part of a unifying government trying to educate its society, for which a society without laws and government would not unify in such a matter. Care for others such as medical treatment would not have the same basis as a normal society because of how people perceive the responsibility of others in a aspect of individual care.
People will think it is temporary but ignoring it will have already hurt the environment. Additionally, not only do people not notice such doublespeak, but even in the event that they identify doublespeak, they may not be against it because they do not understand its bad effects. Furthermore, he uses active words to express how doublespeak will hide reality from people. For instance, in the last two paragraphs, he states that doublespeak will produce “suspicions, cynicism, distrust and hostility”. He tries to get people’s attention to think about how doublespeak will disturb their lives.