Police Brutality Essay

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Police Brutality Police abuse remains one of the most serious human rights violation in the United States. Over the past decade, police have acted in ways that have made people wonder “are our officers of the law really doing their job?” Unjustified shootings, severe beatings, fatal chokings, and rough treatment have all contributed to the ever-present problem of police brutality in America. The fact of the matter is that most of these incidents go un-repeated or un-noticed. Although it can take place anywhere, police brutality is said, due to reported statistics, to take place more often in fourteen of America’s largest cities are Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Boston, New Orleans, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Portland, Providence, Washington D.C., and San Francisco. There has been systems designed to stop police brutality in these cities which have unfortunately failed. Brutality has been mostly attributed to certain shortcomings in recruitment of officers, training, and management. Police abuse experts, and some police officials, refer to “problem” officers, by which they mean officers who either have significant records of abuse or significant records of complaints from the public, and who thus should receive special monitoring, training and …show more content…
Not all of them but most of them, also lie on their report. This is disgusting because they should have integrity and do their job the right way buy protecting and to serve. The big problem is that they defend their colleague in any circumstances. Unfortunately, if anyone tries to report anything they will be retaliated against so the chances of them being help responsible is very slim. The police need to be held accountable. I really hope that someday they start to recruit more educated and qualified people to serve the

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