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Therefore, the police officer was answerable for taking a life that was uncalled for.
According to lee Bowker, there are a number of issues that affect inmates while in prison. First, there is sexual harassment and sexual violence. This is mostly directed towards women who are the most affected inmates. Secondly, there is battering inmates. Inmates are often battered and beaten by the management. Thirdly, there is the issue of representatives of the institution neglect assaulted women, which worsens the situation (Ryberg, 2004). Lastly, Bowker states that women are expected to raise children, take them to school with limited resources.
Baro states that inmate beating is a practice that should be abolished. In actual sensed, it is stated that the representative that should take care of the inmates are the ones that instigate these practice. Apparently, they are the ones that should save the plight of the inmates by protecting them. However, they extend it to beating the inmates. This is the case in Dirty harry as described by Baro.
A gratuity is a sum of money that is given to a person after accomplishing some of the delegated duties. An example is a police officer receiving gratuity for arresting a person who has done wrong. This should not be allowed. According to the article by Kaina, police officers should not receive such incentives. They only increase the need for more tips. Similarly, the police officers will not be able to perform their duties freely.
Police corruption is when police officers receive bribes and other material possessions in twisting the law to fit the people ion the wrong side of the law. There are three elements that are explicitly expressed by IACP. First, there is the key element of friction between the police and the citizens. Secondly, there is the element of courts and other judicial systems which pave way for corruption. Thirdly, there is the key element of public
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People in this category of description are commonly associated with criminal offenses that have to do with drugs and violence. Even disturbing is the fact that as the years goes by, statistics on the number of Black Americans engaged in criminal activities increase. This is reported by the Drug War Facts (2010) who state that records from the late 1990s compared to current records show an increasing trend of criminal offenses. Such growing trend clearly put every other child who is newly born a Black American or into the community of Black Americans at a vulnerable risk of eventually growing up to join the masses.
It means not being able to pay your debts. It means reneging on one’s commitments to creditors. The question now is whether or not it is true that there is diminishing stigma attached to bankruptcy and if this has been responsible for the rise in the filed cases of personal bankruptcy.
During the period of 1930s coercive tactics used by the police officials to obtain confession was taken into account by the courts. The term assigned to use of coercion in interrogation was recognized as third degree torture by the Wickersham Commission. The commission’s report brought about various alterations in the way police was functioning and courts even used the report while giving verdicts.
Racial minorities in the UK, especially blacks, must experience the justice system not as a safeguard to their safety and security but rather as a threat. “Since at least the post-World War II black immigration into Britain, studies and official statistics have shown that on comparing socioeconomic indicators such as employment, housing, and education, black people are more marginalized than other racial groups.” (Kalunta-Crumpton, 2000).
The question is what is wrong with the criminal justice system, and is there anything wrong with it, which creates so unfavorable picture of racial criminality in the UK
When race becomes a means by which to evaluate the goodness and badness of groups of people, when it is used to create a hierarchy of superior and inferior groups, race becomes a popular or social concept that can be used to justify discriminatory treatment and even violence." (Kleg, 1993)
(A Timeline of Recent Worldwide School Shootings, 2005).
The dead and injured included students and teaching faculty, by a mentally disturbed student, Cho Seung Hui, aged 23 years, as a mark of vendetta, for alleged insults, mistreatment and mental degradation meted out to him.
Hence, various legal provisions have been passed in order to monitor the movements of these sexual offenders. Various states have addressed the registration and/or publication of a database of convicted sex offenders who are returned to parole of probation supervision.
For example, trial by battle is based on the belief that whoever God favored wins and is the innocent one (Lilly, Cullen, & Ball, 2011, p.19). The weakness of this trial is that strong warriors can continue doing criminal deeds, since they tend to win. Furthermore,