Police officer related deaths are exaggerated by the media and are not a widespread problem.

Quetzal
Frost_Fire

Good evening. I am opening a debate with the following argument: Police officer related deaths are exaggerated by extensive and misleading media coverage. Further, there is not a widespread problem of fatal force being used irresponsibly by police officers on a broad scale. I support this argument using statistics published by the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Additional sources include extracts and data sets from the Washington Post, NBC News, USA Today, and FiveThirtyEight. I am makin...

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kids sjhould have mobile phones in schools

hector56
Quetzal

yes Most working people benefit from having their cell phones on them. They can access their email, call clients, check inventory, read the news, use software applications, and more. Students need to learn how to use their cell phones responsibly (see next tip!). 2. TO TEACH RESPONSIBILITY Students know they shouldn"t use their cell phones in school to play Angry Birds, or listen to music, or text their friends about the quiz they just took. Phones and tablets should be used responsibly and...

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