Examples of Police Misconduct
Police brutality: excessive use of force
False imprisonment or arrest
Violation of civil rights
Obtaining evidence illegally
Deliberate indifference to a known medical condition of a detainee or inmate
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The subject should be deprived of every psychological advantage […]. In his own office, the investigator possesses all the advantages. The atmosphere suggests the invincibility of the forces of the law. (Opinion.I.13)
Police misconduct refers to inappropriate actions taken by police officers when connected with their official duties. Misconduct by police officers can lead to a miscarriage of justice and sometimes involves discrimination.
While police officers have the authority to stop, search, arrest and imprison persons, there are limits on their powers. If an officer is not properly trained or aware of the law, misconduct can result in the violation of citizens’ rights.