[tags: Police, Police brutality] - Police Corruption Introduction Corruption is the term the is conjured up to several imagery and stereotype in whatever context it is applied with the media notably being met in referenced encounters to businesses as well as professions in addition to politics as well as several other areas in the life of society.
Each of the specific approaches provides a contribution to the citizens in an ordinary perception of individuals as well as organizations referring to reports and possible contributions to perceptions that have changed....
This allows men to believe that as a higher status, they are allowed to control the actions of the women in their families.
Honour killings take place all over India without being reported daily.
The extent of police corruption, misconduct, and brutality is hard to track in the United States.
A lot of these crimes go unreported, tossed aside, or the officer responsible gets little or no punishment....New policy and training is now in place and the corruption, misconduct, and brutality has gone down since the beginning of policing.This is a huge issue that impacts all police organizations in the United States.Some authorities regard police perjury as so rampant that it can be considered a "subcultural norm rather than an individual aberration" of police officers.Large-scale investigations of police units in almost every major American city have documented massive evidence of tampering, abuse of the arresting power, and discriminatory enforcement of laws....[tags: Police Corruption 2014] - “Honour is kind of what you get when you weaponise manners, but if you 're brought up in a system where honour is valued more than life itself it makes a lot more sense” (Jasper Fforde).In India many religious traditions are created to believe that men are superior to women.They view the career as a calling, a dedication to perform a public service to their community.Being a police officer requires one to continually strive for perfection, but there is no such thing as a perfect cop. Many factors can attribute to police corruption, but the question that should be asked is if it can be stopped.[tags: Society, Stereotypes, Imagery, Police Force] - Where do one start corruption in law enforcement has been around for years. Corruption is where a person commit a corrupt act against the law.A corrupt person behavior is dishonest, improper, or unethical.