$10.00 Excessive force is a form of police misc
Excessive force is a form of police misconduct (or corruption). In 3 paragraphs, explain where the "line" should be drawn when "using the amount of force necessary to control a suspect" and what some would call "brutality." Please use outside resources to answer this question
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Preview: ... would use under the circumstances." What this definition means is that police officers are allowed to use force to subdue a suspect. In many situations it is necessary and vital. If a police officer acts timid or doesn't use the right amount of force it could mean the lives of either him or his partner. There is a fine line that police officers must follow though. Experts say that there really is no definition of excessive force because the amount of force used changes and is determined by each situation the police officers face. "Experts say it’s any force beyond what’s necessar ...
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