Should Officers Be Allowed To Search The Home For A Fugitive?

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Bearing in mind the thought to search the home for a fugitive is questioning what type of individual are we up against. The two main questions of my concern would be, is the fugitive dangerous and armed in addition, do I have the right officers in place to apprehend the fugitive. It is important to capture the fugitive safely following all protocol while conducting themselves in a professional manner while doing this task. It is crucial that in this situation, the fugitive be treated as a human being and not to be treated out of hatred or bias. The officers that are assigned to the task should conduct themselves as if the world and their love ones such as their mother, father, grandmother, sister and brothers are standing their watching them, because they will perform their job duties to the highest …show more content…
The Bible says in Luke 6:27-28, “But to you who are listening I say love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you pray for those who mistreat you” (New International Version). “In a lot of situations, officers know the right thing to do, it is the subcultural constraints that plays a part in the decision making” (Liberty University, 2017). Law enforcement officials should conduct themselves as if they are being videotaped or wearing a body camera at all times. This will ensure that the officers will not do anything that he or she is not supposed to do and has follows protocol when dealing with the fugitive. Setting limits to relate to tolerable behavior is an innovative idea. There should be a zero-tolerance behavior for individuals that do not conduct themselves in an ethical way. This shows what will not stand for and people will respect your boundaries because they know what you will