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Should the police have unlimited powers when dealing with crime? by Mind Map: Should the police have unlimited powers when dealing with crime?
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Should the police have unlimited powers when dealing with crime?

DEFINITIONS:

Police

Unlimited powers

Crime

NO

Corruption and the abuse of power where the police may use the power they have for their own welfare purposes.

Violation of human rights and properties.

Police might become as irrational and brutal as convicts in order to stop a crime as there are no longer any boundaries to stop them.

Yes

When it comes to dealing with gangsters/ terrorists, the police should have the unlimited power in the form of detention without trial.

Different countries require different levels of security, and therefore may sometimes require an exemption of our civil liberties.

Granting the police extended powers is to ensure that the rights of the citizens are more effectively protected.

Assumption: 1) There are negative effects when police have unlimited powers.