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1Running Head; RESEARCH PROJECT Research on Cases of Brutality and how it would be curbed Rachael Chalk Excelsior CollegeProfessor7/10/2019
2Running Head; RESEARCH PROJECT Research on Cases of Brutality and how it would be curbedAbstract;Police brutality is the act in which police officers do use excessive force against the citizens. These cases have been on the rise in most of the countries worldwide. If these cases are not well addressed, then there may be severe outcomes in the future. Severe cases of instances ofpolice abuse have been reported in most countries where we hear of cases where police have killed citizens just because of a minor crime that they have committed. Several cases have been reported whereby police end up killing innocent citizens in situations where they should not be involved in. The explanation I picked this point is an outcome of the country's expanding instances of police savagery. No day passes by that we don't think about a circumstance in which a cop hasn't killed a regular inhabitant without intention or under extraordinarily minor conditions. This is a topic that needs to be addressed very keenly before things get out of hand. Introduction; This is a topic that needs a lot of attention because of the rising number of cases involving police brutality. A lot of citizens have lost lives because of being brutally attacked by the police, and also some are being shot daily without having committed any crimes. There was acase that was recorded back in 2009 California. Bay Area Rapid Transit officer Johannes Mehserle shot dead Oscar Grant in Oakland, California, in 2009. Mehserle and other cops responded to battle reports and caught and bound Grant and a few others in a subway station. Four New Orleans police beat and arrested Robert Davis, a retired teacher. He was 64 in the 2005 ambush hour. The beating was witnessed by passing columnists of the Associated Press, one of whom was beaten by police in turn. He was accused of being knowingly intoxicated.
3Running Head; RESEARCH PROJECT These cases need thorough attention since when such claims are recorded, this breaks down the trust that people have between them and the police. Police brutality first became exposed when a white cop in Ferguson, Missouri, shot and executed Michael Brown, 18. Amid Ferguson, numerous issues raised questions about the ethics and morals of police officers across the country. It has posed harm, race, and discrimination concerns. The Los Angeles Police Department has undergone an assault near and dear for concerns firmly associated with those previously recorded. The LAPD has no dynamite reputation, making them the object of regular discussion in national news.Police brutality in the United States is perhaps the most concerned problem. Police officers are not adequately performing their duties. Cops are shooting and killing people. The incidents that the police get into can get violent here and there. These showdowns can trigger the

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