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Do You Think The Police Are Tough Enough On Crime?

Niall Boylan | October 18, 2023
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    Do You Think The Police Are Tough Enough On Crime?
    Niall Boylan

In this episode, Niall dives headfirst into a contentious debate: “Do You Think the Police Are Tough Enough on Crime?” The discussion explores whether law enforcement’s approach to tackling criminals has become too soft or is adequately robust. The conversation is sparked by recent events in Germany, where police have controversially employed the “pain grip” to disperse protesters, igniting a global conversation about the balance between maintaining order and respecting individual rights.

As Niall opens up the phone lines, the conversation quickly reveals a diverse array of opinions from callers.

Some passionately argue that being tough on criminals and unruly protesters is a necessary and effective approach. They assert that individuals need to understand that their actions have consequences, and law enforcement plays a vital role in ensuring that order is maintained in society. The “pain grip,” they argue, sends a clear message that lawlessness won’t be tolerated, and this assertive stance is essential for the protection of law-abiding citizens. For these callers, they believe that police should be more heavy-handed, as it’s often the only language that certain individuals understand.

On the other side of the spectrum, there are callers who express concern over excessive force. They stress the importance of holding law enforcement accountable for their actions and assert that force should be a last resort. The controversial “pain grip” raises questions about whether it is a proportionate and humane response. These callers advocate for restraint in using such measures, if at all. They believe that the focus should be on ensuring that the criminal justice system is fair, transparent, and efficient. For them, the severity of the consequences for criminal actions can act as a powerful deterrent, making potential wrongdoers think twice before breaking the law.

Niall skillfully navigates this emotionally charged and complex discussion, allowing listeners to explore the intricacies of policing, civil rights, and the challenging balance between maintaining order and protecting individual liberties.

Join Niall and the callers as they delve into this thought-provoking conversation, shedding light on the nuanced and multifaceted issue of police conduct and its implications for society.




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