Hard times charles dickens essays

The Met's commissioner Sir Ian Blair, and his predecessor Lord Stevens , had expressed concern about the legal position of police officers who might kill suspected suicide bombers. There is no explicit legal requirement for armed officers to warn a suspect before firing, although guidelines published by the Association of Chief Police Officers say that this 'should be considered'. A potential suicide bomber is thought to represent a circumstance where warning the suspect may put the public at greater risk because the bomber may detonate his explosives after being warned. [66]

Hard times charles dickens essays

hard times charles dickens essays

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