Topic is Lack of consequence in police departments. Use these examples below and
Topic is Lack of consequence in police departments.
Use these examples below and use other cases as well!
Beginning will be talking about the ethical point of view and how I found an article that states that leading a police department is like raising children. How if you don’t punish it could botch the precession of the that child.
OFFICERS EDDIE MARTINS AND RICHARD HALL – RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT:
arrested a young woman for possession of marijuana, they loaded her into their police van. There, they forced her to perform oral sex on them and raped her
THE WALTER SCOTT CASE –During most traffic stops, the police officer speaks to the driver, hands them a ticket, and sends them on their way. When Officer Michael Slager pulled Walter Scott over for an allegedly broken taillight, this did not happen. Instead, the two men became involved in a physical altercation.
Prosecutors in the upcoming murder trial of Derek Chauvin want to show jurors video of a 2017 arrest in which they say the former Minneapolis police officer jammed his knee into the back of a 14-year-old boy for several minutes while ignoring his pleas that he couldn’t breathe.Then George Floyd happened
When considering the specific topic for your paper be creative, support all your facts and ideas, and review your paper prior to submission.
Research Paper Guidelines:
This guideline is designed to help you earn full credit for your work.
1. The paper must be a minimum of 8-10 double spaced pages, using 12 point font.
2. You must use and cite at least 5 sound academic resources in your paper.
3. Your citations must be listed on a reference page at the end of your research paper.
4. You are to utilize the established APA style for your citations in the text and on the reference page.
Your paper should address the following:
a. Define your topic.
b. Give specific examples – How prevalent is this issue? Where has it occurred?
c. What is the impact of your topic in the national security setting?
d. Can a particular conduct be altered?