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A Handons Experience With The City Of Miami Police Department

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Many of us that are born in a different country have a clue about the real party life style a person in Miami has. Not even those that live in outer states can come close enough about what Miami has to offer. Miami consist of beautiful woman, beaches, great tourist spots, and amazing night clubs. The night life in Miami is a totally different atmosphere than during the day. Starting with the people, cultures, music, and the way they are dressed down to their body language and acts they create. Coming from a different place and experiencing this can lead to having a great time but for those who can keep their composure and not turn to drugs like a lot of people do. This is influenced by the night life Miami has and its people, also having thinking drugs and its effects can make the club experiences a better one. I happen to live here in Miami and really haven’t been a much of a party person, but the few times I’ve gone out to the clubs it’s been a pretty strange but fun experience. Not only drugs are involved in the people that go out at night to the clubs but also alcohol is involved and much more than drugs, considering it is easier to obtain. Also my research paper with some interesting story, I went on a ride along December 11, 2013 with City Of Miami Police department and got to experience how to be an officer of that area. The ride along was from two in the afternoon too ten at night.

People have not gotten clear yet that drugs and alcohol has become a big part of society, and what it brings to the world. Now days you can go ahead and buy drugs anywhere you want at any given time with the right person and place of course, they are illegal! Is more or less like going to a gas station and buying beers. I myself a big believer that one day all these drug people die for and crave will be legal but regulated like alcohol is and war on drugs will stop to exist because people won’t need to hide it or distribute illegal to those who really want it and can’t have it that easy. The most interesting part about it that due to my believe is that the government plays a big roll when it comes to drugs. Because there is so much money to be made on it, and the US government where there is money they will be there. Why do you think they haven’t legalized it? Reason for that is because they will not make money on it and also a lot of people that do it won’t have the need to pay a large amount of cash to get some. According to a study on drugs and statistics, the amount spent annually in the U.S on the war on drugs is more than $51,000,000,000, and the number of people arrested in 2012 in the U.S on nonviolent drug charges is over 1.55 million. That right there is a big number because, many people are involved in the drug trade and in the drug life. Also there are many reasons why people get into drugs. For one the person that does drugs got into it because of a friend that peer pressure him/her to doing it. Then we have the person that is...

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