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Devin Shelton Note cards http://web.a.ebscohost.com/pov/detail/detail?vid=2&sid=b5b9b84d-29c1-4faf-8264- 3dff1c8c91e9%40sessionmgr4008&bdata=JnNpdGU9cG92LWxpdmU %3d#AN=53717545&db=pwh 1. (problem) Even though police brutality is illegal, these incidents often go unreported and unprosecuted. 2. (problem) For a majority of citizens, they never experience police brutality. 3. (problem) Cops often go their whole career without having to draw their lethal/nonlethal 4. (solution-camera) With technology improving, citizens often record police brutality with their electronic devices. 5. (solution-camera) The problem of excessive force can no longer be ignored because videos exist proving it to be true. 6. (problem) With attention growing, lawsuits have been filed against departments and officers. 7. (solution- Screening) Psychological conditions that may affect those officers who violently abuse citizens have been focused on. 8. (problem) United States department of justice reported that in 2001-2007 there was a 25 percent increase in use of tactics used by law enforcement that violated citizen’s civil rights. 9. (Solution)Ensure departments adopt and enforce a written policy 10. University of California, Davis, found that "the probability of being black, unarmed, and shot by police is about 3.49 times the probability" of being white and shot by police 11. (Problem) Problems of bias is systemic and not anecdotal 12. (Problem) Michael Brown was killed due to excessive force and the officer was cleared of charges. https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/Digitization/150063NCJRS.pdf 1. (solution-Screening) Phycologists focus more on counseling and evaluation instead of training and moitoring police behavior 2. (solution-Screening) Psychological services were more focused for officers who used lethal force than managing nonlethal.
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