This provides a loophole for use of brutal force according to Bittner ; cited in Cao, The central problem or area of concern appears to be the proper application of use of this force according to Kerstetter ; cited in Cao, Research on police abuse of force and brutality on the organizational level are rare or few. Most studies on abuse appear to focus on the individual level of abuse.
Thing is, behind that brash exterior, you're probably confused as all get-out. You will then be asked to discuss both sides of the argument and give. Admissions officers get a better sense of who you are if they learn what you are passionate about. They used these ideas when they developed our government.
Allowing officers to view body camera footage before speaking to investigators gives them a chance to search for reasonable suspicion, meaning that the officer's statements won't be a true reflection of what the officer remembers. Law enforcement officials might be concerned about body camera footage being used as part of a "gotcha" strategy. Such a concern was articulated by Ron Miller, Chief of Police, Topeka Kansas Police Department, who said , "If you make a statement that you used force because you thought a suspect had a gun but the video later shows that it was actually a cell phone, it looks like you were lying. But if you truly thought he had a gun, you were not lying—you were just wrong.
Can you imagine being stopped by the police on your way to an everyday activity, soon to find that it was all because of the color of your skin? Dear Governor Brown, In this letter I wanted to discuss an epidemic that has occured in America these past few years, which would be police brutality towards African Americans. The Declaration of Independence was created to protect the inalienable rights that all Americans receive at birth, yet police brutality continues to threaten the rights of African Americans everywhere.