Do you think police in the United States are too violent and are using excessive force? If you don’t then hear this. According to newsweek.com police killed more than 900 people in 2017.Police are using excessive force and they should be held accountable.A Lot of police have gotten away with misconduct behavior. Police are putting themselves and others people in danger. Last year more than 900 were killed by police last year.The exact number is 978 people. That is 24 more than last year. One of them was a 72-year-old lady named Ms. Knowlton who lived in Punta Gorda FL was accidentally shot while doing a shot/don’t shoot role-play practice. Most people understand that the job of a police officer is most of the time dangers. Almost every day, we see news stories about an police somewhere who is hurt or killed. We know there are bad people out there who are trying to hurt other people and in the process of trying to save bystanders police are the ones who get harmed. However, if police did not come in an aggressive way they wouldn’t get hurt. So this means police are hurting himself and other people by having guns Police can lose their job for using too much force while trying to detain a person.An ex-police officer had to give up his job because he lied in a police report. The victim quotes “‘Honestly I was glad the officer got fired so he won’t be able to do this to anyone else. I’m just happy to get him off the streets,’ Hubbard told reporters at a news conference on Tuesday.””There are, of course, police who are fired for misdeed but officers who decide that they can overuse their power should not be given a job as a police officer. Yet all over the U.S., police are given there jobs back, often worried to protect police labor than the public’s safety. Cops who are unqualified by their own bosses are given there jobs back. Their colleagues get the message that police are not getting permanently fired.”Since 2006, the nation’s largest police departments have fired at least 1,881 officers for misconduct that betrayed the public’s trust, from unjustified shooting. But The Washington Post has found that departments have been forced to rehire more than 450 officers after they were fired. If the police did not have guns they would not have unlawfully kill a person. However back then the police would not know what punishments they would get or if they would get away with what they did. They would be more cautious of what they did. Now their first instinct for the police to a 911 call is that someone should die today because of this call.