Description: Same people accuse the police of doing their duty as some kind of hate crime or there above the law so they must be hated on because they can get away with lying or other things but, why? The police are their to protect and most of them try their best. Police are people as well as anyone else when it comes to certain situation, there just better prepared for it and some expect them to not make mistakes as if they were law machines. A quote by police officer in Eastern Chicago "More police officers are being killed, because they’re hesitating more before pulling the trigger to defend themselves, [Chief Mark] Becker said." Cops are starting to be hesitated to shoot other people when it's needed because they might be ridiculed afterwards for maybe accidently shooting someone else or because their human beings with a conscious. Another quote says, Law professor and former police officer Seth Stoughton "There are countless variations, but the lessons are the same: Hesitation can be fatal. So officers are trained to shoot before a threat is fully realized, to not wait until the last minute because the last minute may be too late." Every day of a cops life is to protect and serve. There will always be a time when a cop has to make that split second decision to either to take the shot or risk having other people hurt. The police are not perfect, no one is. There will always be rotten police man in the law enforcement unit and the police brutality was always a problem but, don't use that hate to discriminate all police man.
Connection: The connects with well, nothing because whenever something is brought about the police absolutely nothing good about them is presented. Everyone is focused on what the police did bad, but, whenever the police do good it's just pushed off to the side. This has happened in the past and it's happening now.
Question: Do you think that the police are being unappreciated from the past until now?
Should the police have more respect than what they are given?
Is the treatment of the police justified?