It is human nature for problems to arise any time one side is told what to do by another. With regard to police abuse, there will be many officers who feel that their job of fighting escalating street crime, gangs, narcotics violations, and other
violent crimes is difficult enough already, and that worrying about excessive
policy for abusive behavior will only further decrease their ability to
fight crime effectively, efficiently, and safely. Citizens, however, have
been caught up in this gung-ho attitude, and police are more and more often crossing the line of investigation and interrogation with abusive behavior.
This abuse must be monitored so that police do not forget who they are serving--not themselves, but the public. This means that even the criminals, who are a part of the public, have certain rights, particularly,
civil rights. All citizens must be aware of these rights to protect
themselves against over-aggressive officers who take advantage of their position as badge and gun holders to intimidate and abuse civilians for personal or departmental goals.
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