dylan North Dakota

Police Brutality

Police brutality is affecting the nation.

Dear Next President,

I know police brutality is an urgent issue with civilians and protesters but please consider that these brutalities in American streets should also be urgent to you. Imagine, if a police brutality happened in front of you, what would you do? Would you be willing to stand up for what you believe in and protest against the unnecessary violence? I think that police brutality is horrible to the nation and also to African and Native Americans. If you know what I’m talking about, if you even search it up on the internet, it’s these police officers who feel entitled to punish the citizens of our country without justice and while ignoring the law.

According to the past few years people have been being brutally beaten by police. There is a decent chance that some citizens are probably getting brutally beaten by an officer right now. By giving people a chance of saying what they need to say about this problem, we may begin to heal the inactivity by our government to stop this senseless slaughter of our neighbors. By talking with one another and taking into account the problem, we can find a solution.

Our citizens deserve to be protected. A police officer who takes two years of school to be a police officer is not sufficient to protect our citizens or the law. I think it should be four to five years of school and let body cameras be checked every day after their shift is done if they have had less than four years of schooling. 

So, future president, the police brutality is getting way out of hand. Let's act now while some of us are still alive.

Sincerely

Dylan B.

Hazen Middle School

Hazen

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