Police Brutality Research Paper help?

I am writing a 10 page research paper. My overall topic is Police Brutality but I'm narrowing it down to "How Police Officers are getting off without any major punishment."

The only problem is, I'm crap at developing claims and can't come up with a solid claim.

I was wondering if anyone could help me with that? I know it's a lot to ask, but I am completely lost on how exactly to word it. Thank you.

2 Answers

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    your current topic is too narrow. i suggest you stick to police brutality as a whole and cover what you want under that broad heading. that way, you have material like the miranda rights, geneva convention, torture, interrogation, ethics, deaths caused due to accidental over use of 'non lethal' police weapons, and THEN how some police officers get off. also, don't make it controversial as much as possible by mentioning names or ranks. just the event in which they were related to is a better idea.

    try wikipedia. i've used them for related topics like this and they have a huge store of info on police brutality all over the world. good luck with your paper!

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    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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