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Q: Explain in detail how police officers may be held criminally liable. You should refer to the police code of ethics.
A: It's actually quite simple, they are in a position of "power" and have rules to follow as well. [ If you feel they have over stepped their authority, then you file a formal complaint, it is investigated and yes, they can get charged for the crime that was alleged and have to defend themselves in the justice system as a regular citizen of the community would. Judges and juries don't take kindly
to officers who are supposed to be upholding the law and setting examples for the public to follow, at least that's how I would see it anyway. ]
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