Police Abuse Of Power

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Mumia Abu-Jamal an internationally celebrated black writer and radio journalist once said, “ Do you see law and order? There is nothing but disorder, and instead of law there is an illusion of security. It is an illusion because it is built on a long history of injustices: Racism, criminality, and the genocides of million. Many people say it is insane to resist the system, but actually, it is insane not to.” The government neglect to inform everyone on their history and led to believe that the pro-activity of your own equalizes the superiority complex of their own. History informed us on the crimes against humanity this country partake in, starting from the genocides of amerrique aboriginals (american natives), to the mass deportation of Africans into …show more content…
Abuse of power is a term for official misconduct or an unlawful acts done by people performing official duties. This term refers to the ways police officers take advantage of their positions in abuse their badges when they are supposed to serve and protect. Police brutality remains one of the most crucial and talked about human rights violations happening in the United States. There are many excessive use of force and lack of accountabilities by police officers, making it possible for officers who partake in brutalizing the citizens to escape punishments, and sometimes repeat their offenses. Public officials often great report of brutalities with denial, while the administrative and criminal systems that should respond to these abuses by holding officers accountable instead of granting them immunity. Few ways to reduce police brutality in this country is for law enforcements to stop racial profiling, have yearly psychological exams, and their authorities limited because they are public servants. They should protect and

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