A political event regarding police officers was an event held in west Los Angeles at the Iman cultural center. The event was about how terrorism concerns have shaped the local policing in the decade since 9/11. As far as the politics within the organization that may have been of concern, was the funding for the training. In the meeting they discussed the need for monitoring the extremist chat rooms, the study of tactics and weaponry of Taliban and Iraqi insurgents, and also leadership and the budget for undercover work.
There are a lot of stressor behind this because some of the police officer involved in the event have had family members die in 9/11 that is why the training is necessary to help these individuals learn how to cope and deal with situations such as terrorism.
A recent political event involving court personnel was the Troy Davis case. Troy was accused and convicted of shooting a police officer in 1991, he was executed just recently. This case enraged a lot of people because there was not enough evidence first of all to convict him and also the witness recanted her story saying it was not him that she saw. A case like this is stressful for the courts because of the back and forth and the evidence not being what is supposed to be to convict an individual. It is hard for the jury to make a decision because you don’t know who to believe at this point. This case resulted in maybe killing an innocent man and leaving many questions with the criminal justice system.
Another political event involving correctional officers was Arizona’s decision to charge 25 dollars to adults wanting to visit inmates. The money would be a visitor’s fee to help address the repair, maintience and state lock up fees. This new law stirred a prison reform group to sue the corrections department, saying the fee was arbitrary. In return the staff says the fee will ensure the safety and morale of the inmates....