How do police interact with victim?

Published by Jeannie R. Ferrell

Nov 17, 2022


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Go to Netflix and watch The Guilty Movie 2021
Fill out as much as you can. Many questions may not apply
1. Police appeared in the show: (yes/no)
2. Type of officers (local police, sheriff, state police, FBI, CIA, ICE, tribal law enforcement, DEA, Homeland security police, other):
3. Officer form of dress (blue uniform, other color uniform, body armor, bullet proof vest, helmet, etc):
4. Weapons officer(s) carried (gun, taser, flashlight, knightstick, teargas, shield, other):
5. Do officers have any special abilities or superpowers in this show? What abilities?
6. Number of officers:
7. Apparent race, age, sexual identity and gender of officers (much of this may not be known):
8. Language(s) spoken in show by officers? Languages spoken by victims? Languages spoken by suspects?
9. Anything on the religion of officers, victims or suspects?
10. What were police responding to the first time they appeared? (Please list reason – for example: theft/vandalism, disruptive/loud behavior, homeless person, drug use, drug sale, domestic violence, child abuse, homicide, assault, traffic issue, gun possession, threat, terrorism, missing person, potential suicide, robbery, home invasion, carjacking, hate crime, prison/jail escape, white collar crime, immigration violation, juvenile status offense (curfew violation or school truancy), covid related offense (violation of mandate), no incident – officer in office or personal space/not responding to crime).
11. Do police encounter victim(s)?
12. Apparent race and gender of victim(s)?
13. How do police interact with victim? (listening, questioning, comforting, seeking resources for them, making threats, providing transportation, physically assaulting, promises to aid, promises to help find the perpetrator, other):
14. Did police find or see suspect(s)?
15. Apparent race and gender of suspects:
16. Was there a chase? (police and/or suspect on foot, in car, on bike, on horse, helicopter, other)?
17. If there were suspects, were they armed? With what? (e.g. gun, knife, grenade, bomb, high caliber weapon, taser, other)
18. Did suspect(s) have any particular special powers or qualities? (e.g. extremely large or tall, supernatural powers, aliens, martial arts training, high tech items).
19. Did the suspect have any special vulnerabilities? (homeless, appears to be physically ill, appears to be mentally ill, appears to be in a state of crisis, appears to have a disability)
20. Did suspect have transportation (car, bike, boat, plane, other)?
21. What tactics did the officers use to respond to the suspect – list all that apply, in order: (e.g. asking questions and listening, commanding suspect to stop doing something, threatening subject with arrest, threatening suspect with physical harm or injury, other threats to suspect, physically intervening to stop suspect, physically restraining/handcuffing suspect, physically forcing suspect to move/pushing/pulling/carrying, moving suspect to different location, de-escalation techniques, seeking medical assistance for suspect, hitting suspect, kicking suspect, lying to suspect, chokehold, headlock, disarming suspect, shooting suspect, tasing suspect, punching suspect with closed fist, stabbing suspect with knife or other sharp object, hitting suspect with stick, patting down suspect, throwing suspect to the ground, removing suspect’s clothing, hitting suspect’s head against wall or car or ground, sexually assaulting suspect, joint lock (twisting arm behind back, etc), grabbing suspect, kneeling on suspect, stepping on suspect, tying up suspect, handcuffing suspect to an object, tasing suspect, spitting at suspect, using dog to chase or scare or hurt suspect
22. Did suspect commit or attempt physical harm against officer(s) – hitting, kicking, spitting, biting, shooting, stabbing, tasing, other)
23. Did suspect comply with officer(s)?
24. Describe communication between officer(s) and suspect(s)? same languages? Yelling or calm? What did they say?
25. Was anyone crying? Laughing? Shaking? Yelling?
26. Did suspect resist arrest? Attempt to flee? Attempt to fight officers off?
27. Did suspect lie?
28. Did either police or suspect solicit help from others? (backup, bystanders, family/friends)
29. Did police search an individual, vehicle or residence?
a. Did they have a warrant?
b. Did they have consent?
c. Did they have reasonable belief that a crime was in progress?
d. Did they stay within or violate the warrant?
30. What impact did the police intervention have? (saved “good victim” or good potential victim from (potential or further) harm, general public shown to approve, caused harm to suspect, caused harm to victim, generated public criticism, police charged with crime or violation of suspect’s rights, generated criminal charges for the suspect
31. How many officers? How may suspects?
32. What kind of lighting is used for officers? For suspects?
33. What kind of music is playing during the crime/issue/disruption?
34. What kind of music is playing during the interaction of officers and suspects?
35. Do you think officers are shown as heroes, villains, or morally complex? What factors make you think so?
36. Do you think victims are shown as heroes, villains, or morally complex? What factors make you think so?
37. Do you think suspects are shown as heroes, villains, or morally complex? What factors make you think so?
38. If police had not shown up, what other options can you imagine in the plot to address the issues?
39. Comment freely on what you observed about law enforcement and their interactions in this show or movie:


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