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Police Brutality in Toronto
A discussion on police brutality, with a focus on Toronto.
# 129324 | 1,750 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Criminology (General) , Canadian Studies (General)

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This paper describes the vagueness of police brutality and investigates this crime from different points of view. The paper focuses on police brutality in Toronto and bases its findings on inductive interview research as well as textual sources.

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"Police brutality in democratic systems represents a serious crime for civil policing is relied upon as a `neutral' institution of law enforcement. Examined as crime, police brutality fits well with a number of now popular criminological theories in those of classical deviance or nonconformity, biological or psychological inducements towards coercive or abusive behaviours, structural realities in society that may cause police to feel powerless within their roles or as persons having more rightful power than they do. Conflict models of motivation and aberration are..."

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