ADJ 235 - Week Four - Law Enforcement Deviance

ADJ 235 Week Four - Law Enforcement Deviance Law Enforcement Deviance Ronda White ADJ 235 Facilitator George DeAngelis 1 Law Enforcement Deviance 1

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Law Enforcement Deviance 1 Law Enforcement Deviance Ronda White ADJ 235 December 15, 2010 Facilitator, George DeAngelis
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Law Enforcement Deviance 1 The first deviance being the most obvious one is police brutality, should ever be accepted. Now in the Rampart Review I could not find where there were any actual good reasons behind beating the guy until he was puking up blood, it isn't right for police to use overly excessive force to try and get suspects to talk. Just because someone says something you do not want to hear is no reason to beat the tar out of them. Why it was even allowed to continue? They allowed an officer to invoke the "god mentality', meaning that they think they can do whatever they want and get away with it, and it just doesn’t work like that. Eventually they did get caught for being deviant, but at what cost and how many more brutalities? This should have never got this out of hand in the first place. They should have trained them better; made sure they were closely supervised and should not have just been allowed to just run free without consequences. In other words, they should have been watched like children at daycare. It is a sad situation when grown up men and women have to be treated like they are at day care when at work. Searching around I have found several instances on the internet where police have used excessive force in an arrest of a criminal. One I found is where in New York there was an incident of excessive force on two men, where they had shot two supposed robbers; one was only 18 the other 21. According to the investigation, one was shot 14 times and the other was shot eight times. Where they had found gun shots on the victims were; under their arms and around
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course ADJ 235 taught by Professor Bill during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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ADJ 235 Week Four - Law Enforcement Deviance Law Enforcement Deviance Ronda White ADJ 235 Facilitator George DeAngelis 1 Law Enforcement Deviance 1

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