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There is no choice for us but to address all forms of police abuse and break down some of the barriers to good relations between Hispanics and law enforcement agencies. Witnesses should be interviewed as soon after the incident as possible. The affidavit of each eye-witness should be secured. Even if no action is taken, such records should be kept.PROCEDURE Adoption by law enforcement agencies of policies and plans to reduce discrimination and police abuse is a must. All records of minor police infractions should be kept as well.

LULAC is of the opinion that, in rather striking ways, the administration of justice clearly appears to fail in affording quality of treatment to Hispanics and other minorities, so fundamental to a democratic society. District Attorney, State Attorney, Local County Prosecutor b. When police brutality against Hispanics is a problem in your community, ask authorities to call the Justice Department’s Civil Rights division: The number is 202-514-2151.LULAC further believes that the status “Hispanic” entails greater risk of involvement with law-enforcement processes than does the status of “Anglo.” LULAC, therefore, affirms its commitment to the elimination of discrimination in all forms within law enforcement agencies to ensure that Hispanics and others do not continue to be victims of police abuse. Chief of Police, Commissioner of Public Safety or FBI Office c. That is the division that investigates allegations of police abuse. Keep Records: Each LULAC office should keep a file of every incident of police brutality within its jurisdiction so it can prove that a police officer or law enforcement agency has a bad record.LULAC must pursue whatever remedy is most appropriate to address administration of justice issues, whether it be through dialogue with law enforcement officials, mediation conducted by third parties, investigations conducted by state or federal agencies, and at last recourse, by filing for remedy in federal court. If possible, newspaper records should be cataloged.The law enforcement issues offer LULAC an excellent opportunity to continue to get involved in an area that is so uniquely within its domain. Past abuses may be discovered through newspaper library catalogs and listings on the subject. Civil Action: Either the person who has been a victim of police brutality or, if dead, his relatives may institute a civil action for damages against appropriate parties under the Federal Civil Rights Act to recover for injuries or wrongful death. Scope: It is necessary that we confront both kinds of police misconduct: (l) harassment or abuse of discretion; and, (2) incidents which result in physical injury. Recommendations: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” In that light consider the following: 1. If necessary, set up a non-official police community relations review board and make recommendations for improvement of police-community relations. Investigate reports of police carrying illegal weapons which may unduly maim a victim. Hold workshops and investigate the practicality of implementing programs whereby police carry “limited-injury” weapons such as mace, which may be used instead of firearms in situations where a billy club would not be used. Identification of Issues/Concerns/Perceptions: The following issues, concerns and perceptions are common in many law enforcement agencies where Hispanics are a large segment of the community population: a) Under representation of Hispanics at all levels of law enforcement agencies’ professional staff; b) Verbal abuse; c) Targeting of minorities, especially Hispanics; d) Stopping minorities, especially Hispanics, without probable cause; e) Entering and searching without warrants; f) Harassment; g) Intimidation; h) Refusal to provide medical attention while under their custody; B. .maloletki xxx.porno doktor iznasil celka praktikanti.

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Studies have also revealed that police have been charged with failure to promote adequate protection and services in the Barrios, and with abuse of authority and physical or verbal misconduct in relation to Hispanics and other minorities.

These same studies have concluded that police misconduct such as brutality, abuse of authority, ethnic slurs, or discourteous behavior, especially when such actions go unpunished, not only constitute a serious threat to community support of the police but also undermine the citizens’ respect for law enforcement agencies and for the law itself. A complaint and possibly a petition signed by individual members of the community or representatives of other interested community organizations, affidavits, pictures, and other proof should be sent to the proper local authorities, such as: a. Demand For An Investigation: The affidavits, pictures and other proof should be accompanied by a letter in which the demand is made for an investigation by the proper authority. Demand For Action: The demand for an investigation should be accompanied by a demand for suspension of the police officer during the investigation and for appropriate action against the guilty officer.

She has held leadership roles in many organizations focused on the advancement of women in the legal profession, including serving as the Chair of the American Bar Association’s Commission on Women in the Profession (2008-11, 2013-14), Chair of the ABA’s Gender Equality Task Force (2012-13), Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Commission on Women in the Profession and Co-Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Women in the Profession Committee.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court appointed her to the Pennsylvania Interbranch Commission for Gender, Racial and Ethnic Fairness.

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