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Should police be more prepared for random attacks on officers in the name of terrorism?

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  • Police officers should always be prepared for random acts of terrorism.

    Police officers should be ready for anything to occur. However, I feel like the issue is easier said than done. While it should be mandatory to be prepared for terrorism, officials should not live their lives in fear. Bad things happen and security should be increased to prevent them. However, we should not be so worried that we forget to live our lives.

  • Preparing our officers is essential

    Yes, the world is crazy enough to not have our police officers prepared for everything and anything that can happen. We must protect our officers, by making sure they have the proper training, so that they can protect us. Also, making officers more prepared to deal with terrorism will ensure that more people will be willing to join the force.

  • Giving Up Control To Gain It?

    There are terrible people in this world and they do terrible things. Police are a necessary job field and are there to protect the people. Let me reiterate. The. People. The most misconstrued conception officers seem to have is that the most important part of their job is to keep themselves safe. Peace officers did not sign up for a safe job. They are there to protect everyone including the people they arrest. The whole "shoot first ask questions later" mentality that has been adapted has been the cause for an unfathomable amount of innocent deaths is unacceptable. So, should a group of high-strung, pretentious men and women be taught how to protect themselves better? How about they learn their real priority first? We need to stop giving up our rights in the name of terrorism.

  • I don't know how they can be more prepared.

    The problem with these random attacks on police in the name of terrorism is that the police will never know when they will happen. It's hard to prepare for something like this, and I think the police are already trained to handle terror suspects. When the situation occurred in Philadelphia, the police officer acted quickly and was able to apprehend the suspect.


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