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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Setting the wrong right

    The other day, I was surfing the net and I ran across a blog about police harassment which the author encountered in the Orlando area while heading off to work. It seems like Rincon was heading off to work when he was pulled over for a routine check. One thing led to another and he was in the deep end even though he had not done anything wrong. Sometimes things do go wrong due to various reasons. It is never good to be at the wrong end of the law and in order to implement the law and order, the law enforcement agencies sometimes overstep the boundaries in their zealous pursuit to set things right. Police force is the most visible face of the city and its behavior directly reflects on how the city views its residents. Control can range from extremely lax to total control where the citizens feel stifled and there will be some form of dissent. Sometimes police misconduct does occur and refers to inappropriate actions taken by the police officers in connection with their official duties. Police misconduct can lead to the legal system going off track. In order to keep such aberrations under check, there should be more involvement of local bodies or civil rights groups which will go beyond review to engage directly in investigations and to have much greater input into disciplinary decisions so that the affected parties can get some form of remedy for the misconduct heaped upon them for no fault of their. In the past, several cases of police misconduct in the U.S. were uncovered through surveillance tapes which led to a favorable decision for the aggrieved party. Misconduct may be triggered by the perceived disrespect towards police officers, such as by asserting one's constitutional rights, or by disrespecting the police. Police cars should be equipped with some form of recording systems, which can document or rebut police misconduct when some doubt is raised. Usually, the records have rebutted claims of police misconduct according to a 2004 study by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and Community Oriented Policing Service and hopefully future innovations in recording equipment could allow an officer's entire workday to be recorded. There was an United States survey done in 2004 regarding the public's view on police accountability and reforming police force, most citizens wanted an "early warning system" which the problem officers who have received many complaints, will have video cameras on police cars and will have to maintain detailed records of police stops. The systems work by collecting data such as complaints, which triggers an intervention at a certain point. After the intervention, the officer is monitored as a follow-up.