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Running Head: POLICE REFORM REFLECTION PAPER1Reflection of Police Reform in the United StatesStudent’s NameCollege Affiliated:Course:Date:
POLICE REFORM REFLECTION PAPER2Reflection of Police Reform in the United StatesThe best way to prove lies and support facts is through research. Scholars rely on thefindings to prove and sometimes challenge the incredible sources. For instance, police service isthe most misunderstood discipline to both the police and society. For example, other socialprovisions like health and education, the service they offer dignifies their status and not theproblem they cause on the line of duties (Boateng, Lee, & Abess, 2016). However, the policeservice is measured on the crime capacity that occurs within their service. So far, the police areonly responsible to discover the details of the crime, but not the developers of crime (Boateng,et, el., 2016). This kind of misunderstanding in the line of policing has triggered a lot ofconcerns, and in recent years researchers have conducted many studies on the way of policereform. The research about the police misconduct was one of my advantages about police reformsince it allowed me to learn more types of police reforms other than police brutality and now Ilook at perspectives about police misconduct in a professional viewpoint because of my researchprocess. This paper illustrates the changes that occurred in my study and how the changesoccurred.As mentioned above, I can confirm that I have improved knowledge about policemisconduct. Before this research, I only understood police misconduct as the only form of policemisbehavior. However, from the research, I also understand there are racial profiling andunwanted search as other forms of police misconduct. To start with, racial profiling as a type ofmisconduct is the police misconduct practice where the police officer stops more AfricanAmerican drivers at the roadblocks than their white counterparts (Walker, & Archbold, 2018).Next are the unwarranted search and seizer in the premises and private properties of the public.The public has the right to be secured in their properties like houses, papers and other elements
POLICE REFORM REFLECTION PAPER3of their properties (Walker, & Archbold, 2018). Additionally, any effects in illogicality ofperverse searches and seizures shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but only under

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