Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-256) and index.
|Statement||Loretta P. Prater|
|LC Classifications||HV8141 .P72 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 269 pages|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||2017031630|
Excessive Use of Force: One Mother's Struggle Against Police Brutality and Misconduct is the account of an African American family’s personal experience with police brutality and misconduct, the behind the scene dynamics, as well as the Author: Loretta P. Prater. Excessive Use of Force: One Mother's Struggle Against Police Brutality and Misconduct is the account of an African American family's personal experience with police brutality and misconduct, the behind the scene dynamics, as well as the personal emotional trauma experienced by victims' families/5. Excessive Use of Force: One Mother’s Struggle Against Police Brutality and Misconduct Loretta P. Prater. Rowman & Littlefield, $34 (p) ISBN Excessive Force Ms Barton has done it again. Another winner. In this next installment in the Force of Nature Series, young Reid has just passed his tests to become a doctor, and is heading home. He plans to practice medicine at home, and renovate the house that he and his brother bought. Jody has returned home because the man who raised her is dying/5.
reported cases of excessive force remain a national concern.2 Furthermore, the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution guarantees the fundamental rights of both law enforcement and the communities they serve, whose rights are protected under the Fourth, Eighth, and Fourteenth. Excessive force refers to force in excess of what a police officer reasonably believes is necessary. A police officer may be held liable for using excessive force in an arrest, an investigatory stop, or other seizures. A police officer may also be liable for not preventing another police officer from using excessive force. The specific problem that use of force policy seeks to address is the increases in incidents of officer-involved injuries/deaths (excessive force). The nature of the problem stems from a history of interactions between police and citizens. Specifically, interactions between police and racial minorities has been an ongoing struggle. This leaves a gaping hole between appropriate use of force and a complete lack of justice and regulation. "Excessive force refers to force in excess of what a police officer reasonably believes is necessary. A police officer may be held liable for using excessive force in an arrest, an investigatory stop, or other seizures.
Current Issues: Use of Force and Vehicle Pursuits Tiffany Morey. Police officers have the power to use force if deemed necessary. If an officer uses more force than required for the situation, this brings up many red flags. Above the Law: Police and the Excessive Use of Force: Author: Skolnick Fyfe: Publisher: Simon and Schuster, ISBN: , Length: pages: SubjectsReviews: 1. Excessive use of force by Loretta P. Prater, , Rowman & Littlefield Publishers edition, paperback. Excessive Use of Force is cutting-edge public policy scholarship that brilliantly connects rich research, thoughtful public policy insight, and relentless policy advocacy. Deeply moving and engrossing in its determination to tell a truth too long ignored, this work demonstrates .