The difficult question with using any type of force is twofold: Is it for control or self-defense and to what degree may an officer use it? The use of force is dynamic, as officers are constantly moving back and forth between the need to both control and defend. On one hand, they must be able to control a violator without being excessive in their tactics, while on the other they are required to prevent death or great bodily harm to themselves or a third party. Even more problematic is when circumstances warrant both aspects of force within seconds of each other. This is a result of an incident being tense, evolving, and uncertain. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption
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Most of the comparisons for the study were done between the ADHD and control group but for some analyses, the authors reshuffled participants into 3 different groups: ADHD subjects and controls who were rated as being at least slightly sleepy during the testing (the sleepy group); ADHD subjects who were not sleepy; and control subjects who were not sleepy. … [Read more...] about How Much Do Sleep Problems Underlie ADHD Symptoms?