That is a statement really. Police are *not* rough with *all* men...? Just *some* and I think women too.
I would hope that (excepting the rare cases) the police would use only the force necessary to subdue subjects.
I do not feel the police use more force on men than on women. This is SUCH a subjective question as it isn't really ture to start with....?
Very difficult to answer. So - I'm just going with - The police GENERALLY use only the amount of force required to subdue any subject - be it a man or a woman.
by The Medicine Man 18 months ago
Black men are seven times more likely to be killed by police than white men. Believe or disbelieve?Black men accounted for 40 percent of the 60 unarmed deaths, by police, this year, even though they make up just 6 percent of the U.S. population.(Washington Post database of fatal police shootings)
by Don W 3 years ago
Another example of unreasonable (and therefore unlawful) force being used by a police officer who was evidently away on the day they covered "de escalation" at the academy.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R46-XTqXkzE
by ptosis 15 months ago
Police brutal force; acceptable to you? Are we giving tacit approval by doing nothing?We Pay A Shocking Amount For Police Misconduct, And Cops Want Us Just To Accept It. We Shouldn’t! 7 point restraint - not being transported. 25-year-old Ohio woman is suing police in Dayton for cruel...
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