International Day Against Police Brutality
International Day Against Police Brutality is observed next on Friday, March 15th, 2024 (174 days from today).
International Day Against Police Brutality is held every year on March 15. Originally, it was formed in the form of protests, so International Day Against Police Brutality is also known as a day of protests.
Most police departments have a ‘use of force’ policy, which sets forth how and when police may use force. These policies vary considerably from administration to administration. For example, the action that police officer Derek Chausin is said to have the practice of ‘necking’ used on George Floyd has been banned in New York since 1993. There have been many problems with police brutality. Many people were unable to stop police brutality and suffered terrible outcomes.
History of International Day Against Police Brutality
On March 15, 1997 appeared the first demonstration of the initiative of the Black Flag collective in Switzerland. This is the first International Day Against Police Brutality. They chose this date because on this day two young men aged 11 and 12 were beaten by Swiss police. Citizens and everyone against Police Brutality, from Montreal, Canada helped launch the international day of action. In 1997, more than 50 groups from 14 countries participated in the event. Police brutality in the United States is the abuse of power and improper interrogation by law enforcement officers in the performance of their official duties, including acts such as killing gun, kill, beat the victim.
Observing International Day Against Police Brutality
On International Day Against Police Brutality, everyone involved in police brutality against them or their loved ones will take to the streets to protest about the issue. With the desire to end police brutality, abuse of power to beat and abuse citizens. You can also review police brutality documents to learn more about the day. Besides, on this day, many organizations and individuals will call on people to go to protest, make sure that the content they provide is real and join with hon. On the other hand, you can also send a petition to the leadership if you encounter or know of atrocities that abuse the power of the police so that the authorities can take action immediately. Share your information on social media with the hashtag #InternationalDayAgainstPoliceBrutality.
ObservedInternational Day Against Police Brutality has been observed annually on March 15th.
Tuesday, March 15th, 2022
Wednesday, March 15th, 2023
Friday, March 15th, 2024
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