Pokemon Go" is a game in which players go to different locations to find virtual characters that appear on their cellphones. This game has spread drastically like wide fire across many countries, and as such it could be a avenue where criminal could explore by using it to lure and harm people from the public view. So , that drastic move by the armed forces was a good move to prevent another painful incident from occurring. And just as seen in the internet world where terrorist used this passage to recruit more members, same like such avenue like game, could be used to trick or scam people to do the other wise. So Armed forces should help take necessary step to curtail any loophole for criminal advantage in games especially this trending game Pokemon Go
Yes, U.S. police departments are improving in their avoidance of profiling after similar high-profile events occurring in past years. The police are definitely trying to avoid profiling after their relentless scorn in the media. However, they can never be too careful: if the Pokemon Go player was indeed a bank robber, the police need to be ready for that.
Police have not improved in their avoidance of profiling people, withdrawing a gun on a Pokemon Go player for mistaking them for a bank robber is just a sign for that they still have a lot of improvement to do. Racial profiling is a big problem in this nation and it is even sad when it is portrayed by the very same people who are supposed to protect others from the same vice.
No, improvement has not been made yet as too many police officers are drawing guns and pointing them at innocent bystanders mistaken for criminals. I genuinely believe that police should use more non-lethal force (such as taser guns) because lately too many officers have been drawing lethal weapons against completely innocent bystanders. Life is too precious, and too many lives are being taken.