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    Essay On Unlawful Arrest

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    To understand unlawful arrest an individual must know that a Peace Officer (police officer) that took an oath to swear, to protect and to obey the law can only make an arrest of an individual that has probable cause to believe that he or she has committed a crime. Probable Cause foundation is based off the reasonable belief that a person has committed, is in the process of committing and is about to commit a crime. Peace Officer (police officer) cannot make nor rely upon hunches or profiling to establish probable cause to make the arrest. (Unlawful Arrests & Related Civil Claims, 2003). Probable cause is the standard by which police authorities have reason to obtain a warrant for the arrest of a suspected criminal. In most police academy police…

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    officer must be duly authorised by statute to arrest the suspect, with or without a warrant . In order to affect an arrest, the arrestor must exercise physical control over the arrestee . Except for situations where the arrestee submits to the control of the arrester, the arrester may affect the arrest by touching the person of the arrestee or detaining his person by force . The degree of force legally permitted in arresting or attempting to affect an arrest is provided for in section 49 of the…

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    finally put in hand cuffs. Even though a wild chase for arrest is unlikely it can happen and sometimes does but in reality police offers will simply arrest someone to keep them from running or trying to flee a scene. The exact definition of arrest according to Frank Shmallegers book “Criminal justice a brief introduction.” Is defined as “Whenever a law enforcement officer restricts a person’s freedom to leave.” Arrests can be made for many different reasons such as if a vehicle or house is…

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    Rater Errors

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    The halo effect is where a supervisor rates an officer high or low on everything based on one dimension (Peak et al, 2010). A good example is if a Sergeant believes in a high number of arrests. Officers who make very few arrests will make low scores in all categories because of it. A regency problem is similar and occurs when a recent event affects an officer’s entire rating (Peak et al, 2010). For example, an officer arrests a serial bank robber and it is his only high risk arrest of the…

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    America. Contrary to this, would decriminalizing drugs in America have a negative effect on the nation, or an adverse one? Drug arrests in the United States reached over 1.5 million, in 2014 and 83% of those arrests were for possession alone. This is why many Americans are not opposed to the idea of decriminalizing drugs. With that being said, many Americans also feel as though the process…

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    Cardiac Arrests are mostly triggered by abnormal heart rhythm called arrhythmia. They happen without warning, right after symptoms. Every 90 seconds a person dies from sudden Cardiac Arrest. A Heart Attack is often mistakenly used to describe a Cardiac Arrest. The Adult Chain of Survival begins by recognizing it and activating the emergency response system. Next,begin early CPR with emphasis on chest compressions. Then, use the AED rapid defibrillation. Then, get advanced medical. To end the…

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    Tronsaune Hamilton Case

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    and were afraid of retaliation. I took photographs of Inkhaw and later copied them to the V:drive. Because Tronsaune assaulted Inkhaw by punching him in the stomach and he and Inkhaw are roommates, there was probable cause to arrest Tronsaune for RCW 9A.36.041 DV Assault 4th degree. I advised Officer Michels there was probable cause to arrest Tronsaune for DV Assault 4. Officer Michels later told me he advised Tronsaune he was under arrest, placed him into handcuffs, and advised him of his…

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    The Case Of Steven Avery

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    community. In 1985, Steven was arrested in his home at about 11:50 at night, charged with rape an assault against someone named Penny Bernsteen. Penny was attacked on a beach nearby her house where she was going on a run. A man she’s never seen before attacked and sexually assaulted her. When she went to the police station and gave a description, Judy Dvorak instantly said “Oh that sounds an awful lot like Steven Avery” and from there this case was centered on Avery. The police only showed…

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    Police Arrest

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    Police System: Prior to an arrest of a crime is going through an investigation. When the police have decided that a crime has been committed, afterwards the police decide whether it is worth investigating or not. If they then decide it is worth it, they have to think about how carefully they are going to have to investigate. The basic idea of an investigation is to search for any type of evidence that associates the person to the specific crime that was committed. An example of this would be if…

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    police department violates the 4th amendment, but the one that caught my attention the most was the incident in July of 2013. The DOJ describes the incident as racial discrimination and unlawful detention (2014, p. 17). The report articulates that the Ferguson police officers ran into an African American man while they were in the process of coming to arrest another person. Instead, the police officers arrested the man they ran into in the parking lot and ran his record without any reasonable…

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