The Curtis Act of (2016)
All members of law enforcement that abuse their power by abusing individuals or using deadly force unnecessarily should be stripped of all their powers as enforcers of law for as long as they live. If video evidence proves that law enforcers are indeed guilty of a crime they should be arrested just as ordinary citizens that make incriminating statements and film criminal activity on social media.The members of law enforcement that commit these crimes against individuals should be arrested and sent to the precinct in the area where the crime took place just like any other criminal. These offenders of the law should be arraigned and charged and forced to come to court just as any other person who breaks the law. These members of law enforcement who break the law should be barred of ever being an enforcer of the law and sentenced to mandatory jail-time due to the severity of the offense. Enforcers of the law will no longer be given paid administrative leave for murdering another human being for no good reason in cold-blood, they will be fired and sent to jail on the spot. They also will never be able to work for another precinct or in local government or any branch of federal government ever again. Violators of this act will be tried and convicted just like any other criminal with no bias or exceptions to this law.