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    Being in law enforcement for several years I come across several suspects and defendants who expresses the criminal justice process moves like a snail and is always unpredictable. Imagine if a significant amount of cases was going to trial instead of over 90% of felony cases are plea bargained (Bohm, R., Haley, K.,n.d). Nevertheless, there are three types of plea bargains and prosecutors tend to have factors to decide if the plea bargain is in the best interest or what’s the better plea…

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    society law enforcement is one of the most scrutinized jobs in America. Everything that is done regarding law enforcement is displayed as a negative impact to society. Speaking from an African American point of view the law enforcement has not been one of my favorite persons to call when I need emergency assistance. With all the African Americans killed by law enforcement it has turned millions against them. There has been debates regarding “Black Live Matter”, court hearings where the law…

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    regarding racism in the law enforcement system. Statistics in regards to minorities and white people are included to show in numbers how people are actually being affected by the treatment of those in law enforcement. Two college campus rape cases are discussed in order to display the difference in sentencings given to two athletes of different races. Lastly, the ideas of institutional racism as well as the Implicit Bias theory are explored. Keywords: racism, law enforcement, minorities,…

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    from gaining employment as law enforcement. No one that wants to be superior to others or authority should do anything illegal. If they have committed any type of crime they shouldn’t be granted the privilege of arresting or restraining other criminals, who could have potentially been their parent in crime and/or drug use. They shouldn’t be trusted, they could easily take drugs or money into their possession and use it for unlawful reasons. Anyone in the law enforcement career field should lead…

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    In Law Enforcement today, traffic stops are main thing officers conduct. Some common traffic stops include speeding. failure to use a turn signal, failure to make a complete stop at a stop sign, and equipment violations. Being pulled over for speeding and receiving a pricy ticket usually makes me people reconsider speeding again. When it comes to DUI Detection and Enforcement, the main goal is to reduce collisions involving alcohol and narcotics. A main tool used in DUI Enforcement is sobriety…

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    Profiling for Law Enforcement Seeing and predicting the future is something that has always been intriguing for human beings. Many people admire Sherlock Holmes for his uncanny ability to solve crimes with an almost all knowing, future seeing, and super-human ability. While Sherlock Holmes may be a fictional character, the principles of applying the process of elimination to scenarios are very real indeed. Profiling is a word that brings controversy in today’s society, but it can be used very…

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    According to “Ethics in Law Enforcement,” the core of how the law dictates how people must behave is based on social contract theory, which is the relationship between rules and laws in society. The law realizes in order for society to function, humans need to have rules that protect them or else they would be prone to fight to survive. Therefore, the law created moral codes, and laws and whoever should break them shall bear the consequences and those who decide to follow them shall reap the…

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    People of different races and cultures tend to draw stereotypical scrutiny from Law Enforcement. Officers scrutinize and analyze individuals based not just on their skin color or culture differences but also on their own past experiences, teachings, and observations of persons within that ethnic background or cultural setting. Profiling is the use of race or ethnic appearance as a factor in deciding who merits police attention as a suspicious person (Harris, 2002). The general population…

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    How do you judge what is excessive force. People not in law enforcement would judge an officer tazering someone who is being noncompliant as excessive. But the officer could view it as nullifying as aggressive suspect, so they can be searched for weapons that could be used to harm the officer and others as well as arrested for any crimes they have committed. Police are required to make fast judgment calls in situations that normal people would not be in. So how can people who aren’t in those…

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    Justice. In the aspect of Criminal Justice field, after graduating from Heald College, I will forward toward to become a Law Enforcement, to use my skills and knowledge to help the community. Being in the Law Enforcement is something that inspired me to learn everything that I can and gain knowledge, so I can become a great peace officer and able to enforce the “letter of the law” and “letter of the spirit.” As I was growing up knowing that my father and grandfather was in the army to protect…

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