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Police Coercion The police exist to protect the public from harm abuse murder and infringement of personal rights They are here to sustain those persons who have committed a crime against the laws of the land Basically the duty as a police officer is to protect the good from the bad Ironically however in many cases this is not true sometimes the police will play the role of the bad man In one recent case police officers were convicted of over-excessive use of force on an African American man named Rodney King Twenty-three police officers were captured on home video thrashing Rodney King with their clubs continuously Now was this action taken by the police officers morally effectively and legally accepted After interviewing several colleagues it became evident that many people view this incident as a case of police brutality Therefore morally the police officers were wrong for beating a man nearly to unconsciousness Effectively the actions by the police officers were over-excessive Finally the legal system declared some actions by the police officers as legally unaccepted But why did these officers break their code of conduct only to create a controversy a controversy that ended with both parties under the control of the court Maybe our expectations of the ideal law enforcement practices can not and will not become a reality As each day passes and cases of police brutality is covered by the media the rapport between the police and the public will continue to decrease As a result tension is created only to entice police officers to exercise their authority in a fashion to their favor This is what I would like to talk about in this essay Respectively police officers are excellent in finding offenders of the law But it is how they use their authoritative force upon the offenders As the law enforcement organization becomes similarly comparable to our military fear against the police begins to intensify Many
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