The Anti-Police Movement

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Anti-Police movement in the USA
About 1.2 million law enforcement agents in the United States are good citizens who risk their lives to protect and to serve the innocent. But with high tech now capturing dubious incidents caused by unprofessional acts of very few Police Officers, it is easier for some people to stablish an argument and in many cases, easier to distortion the truths and condemn the entire Law Enforcement community.
Police Officers are citizen in the service of their country with families and many love ones to care for, their main goal is to protect and to serve their community and to return home every day. Law enforcement Officers are expose to a high level of stress that in many cases affect their ability to make the best
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Modern Policing is shifting the basic personality of police work and its association to the courts and community, due to the many changes and strong protest of minority groups and the conscious concerned of Police leadership. Many positive changes and standard operational procedures had been adjusted or created to improve the traditional method of policing, adopting new technology that will record every encounters with the citizens of the United States. (1).
In the other hand, Crime in the USA is observing an increase on violent offenses against persons and more delinquency against property. Many of the offenses are wrongly attributed by society in general to the minority ethnics groups in the Unites States. The real true is that statistics reveal that ethnic minorities are no more involved in crime than whites but they are discriminated against by society. (2).
Many other reports also revealed that many major cities in the USA still struggling with a downturn economy as a result reducing the budget on training and the number of Police Officers on the field. This reports also revealed physical harassment or violence concerning Police Officers; these included reports of being smashed into a concrete wall, attacked with a chair, and repeated reports of officers being refused back-up, placing their personal safety in danger.
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In some case a mistake has been made but on many other cases, the anti-police movement is quick to judge and to stand against the Police regardless of the reality of the case. Antitrust Police movement is gaining political power amount minority groups, affecting the enforcement of the law in the USA. About 1.2 million law enforcement agents in the United States are good citizens who risk their lives to protect and to serve the innocent. It is not just a job, it a daily opportunity to serve others by protecting and helping society to obtain a better life in this wonderful

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