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Surname: 1Student’s NameProfessor’s NameInstitutionCourseDate of SubmissionPolice Brutality on Native Americans, African Americans, Chicana/os, Asian/Pacific Americans, communitiesPolice brutality has for long been a subject in the last few decades, with many of theAfrican-American community being killed and the battle at the hands of police officials. Whenthese police officials are arraigned in court for using brutal techniques of enforcement, in mostcases, the court rules in their support. There have been numerous instances where police officerhave circumvented any imprison time due to the court’s structure’s racial disparities. The judicialsystem requires reassessing the jobs of each police officer on duty in the United States, toexonerate any corrupt officers in the state. Activists require reaching the media platform on adaily basis to continue to protest against the lives of innocent individuals taken through policeofficers. To eliminate police innocent beatings and killings, the judicial system is required toexercise the due attentiveness for each police officer required being re-evaluated for their jobs;justice would only reign for fatalities and the Native Americans, African Americans, Chicana/os,Asian/Pacific Americans, communities, who lost their lives.
Police brutality has for long been related with the racial profiling. With the disparities inthe race, religion and even the social economic positions present amongst the police officers andthe citizens where the police observe certain societies as commonly deserve punishments. These communities have observed the police officers being oppressors due to theirbrutality. Additionally, these communities living in the United States have in most cases viewedthe police brutality as mostly belonging to the powerless groups, like in the racial or traditionalminorities, the poor and also the disabled. The subject of police brutality against thesecommunities is deeply rooted historic grounds.These societies who fall being minorities in the US, have suffered in the hands of policebrutality, thus they experience mental distress like depression as well to the PTSD greater thantwice as frequent as the general populace. The admission to psychological health services tothese groups has since been restricted. As the first respondents, the police officers are frequentlythe ones who normally decide whether an individual with psychological problems and who isposing threats to themselves as well as the police are to be sent to the police healthcare system orto the criminal justice system. Nevertheless, the police officers have attained a restricted amountof psychiatric trainings and are not either prepared to handle those with mental problems. It’sonly the specialized mobile emergency teams, that are not even present in all the jurisdictions areoffering trainings on how to identify and handle psychotic conducts, and how to offer admissionto individuals who are threatening violence or even suicide. The intervention by police officers

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