4 edition of Police, The found in the catalog.
August 31, 1998
by Prentice Hall College Div
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||502|
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Inwhen the book was published, approximately 1, people died every year from the police; inthe statistic had not changed: 1, died from police shootings. Zimring, a UC Berkeley criminologist, provides a comprehensive, data-driven analysis of what exactly those numbers entail (Black people are twice as likely to be shot), why.
As protests against police violence spread across the U.S., spurring calls to defund the police, these books may offer helpful context.
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Police definition is - the department of government concerned primarily with maintenance of public order, safety, and health and enforcement of laws and possessing executive, judicial, and legislative powers.
How to use police in a sentence. —Adam Greenfield, Los Angeles Review of Books “Offers a compelling digest of the dynamics of crime and law enforcement, and a polemic against the militarization of everything. Vitale calls for a dismantling of our very notion of the police: a sprawling, untethered bureaucracy permitted to use lethal force and unaccountable to the people.”Reviews: A third was wounded and ran away, but was caught after he attempted to flag down a taxi which actually was a police car.
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'Defunding the police' isn't simply about taking money away, and this book explains it Alex Vitale's "The End of Policing" suggests that police are asked to do too many things in society. The police force displayed in Clockwork is generally less-than-kind; all of them beat criminals from their first appearance to their very last and do some serious damage to Alex in between.
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“This book explains what policies led to the militarization of America’s police it provokes genuine outrage at the misuse of state power in its most brutal and unaccountable form: heavily armed police raiding the homes of unarmed, non-violent suspects on the flimsiest of pretexts, and behaving more like an occupying army in hostile territory than guardians [ ].
The statement book is one of the vestiges of the old method of policing and is seen, even within police circles, as backward in the age of the rapid rise and constant change in computer technologies.
The English rock band The Police has released five studio albums, two live albums, seven compilation albums, twelve video albums, four soundtrack albums, and 26 singles. The Police sold over million records worldwide. As the Police had already disbanded by the time the single was released, this, aside from the then-unreleased "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da '86," was the last recording before the band's reunion and the most recent studio recording the band has released.
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