3 edition of Police use of force found in the catalog.
Police use of force
Antony M. Pate
Includes bibliographical references (v.1, p. 167-173).
|Statement||by Antony M. Pate and Lorie A. Fridell with the assistance of Edwin E. Hamilton.|
|Contributions||Fridell, Lorie A., Hamilton, Edwin E., Police Foundation (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||HV7936.C56 P38 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||1884614000, 1884614019, 1884614027|
|LC Control Number||93086909|
Police Use of Force, edited by Michael Palmiotto, includes a wide breadth of information pertaining to police use of force. Through eleven chapters and nine experts in their fields (criminal justice, psychology, law, technology, and political science), this book investigates the historical, legal, sociological, and psychological factors related. Using the acquittal of the four Los Angeles white police officers who were videotaped beating black motorist Rodney King, this book examines the practice and extent of police violence in the U.S. and recommends ways to remedy a problem which is undermining public confidence in law enforcement agencies across the country. The first section places police use of excessive force .
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In one of the emerging dividing lines in the ongoing debate over policing in the U.S. concerned how much force police officers should use and when they should use it. The guiding Supreme Court case involving police use of force is Graham v. Connor, which provides for an “objective reasonableness standard.”In general terms the case called for a careful . Use or threatened use of force in defense of person. Home protection; use or threatened use of deadly force; presumption of fear of death or great bodily harm. Use or threatened use of force in defense of property. Immunity from criminal prosecution and civil action for justifiable use or threatened use of force.
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All profits from the books. Whenever police officers come into contact with citizens there is a chance that the encounter will digress to one in which force is used on a suspect.
Fortunately, most police activities do not involve the use of force. But those that do reflect important patterns of interaction between the officer and the citizen. This book examines those by:.
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