Failure to comply
-- results in immediate corporal punishment no judge no jury.
To my knowledge, we do not allow or prescribe corporal punishment (with the exception of executions)
for any crime.
Should we bring back 20 lashes? We have banned the switch from schools.
In a number of failure to comply videos I see an officer body slamming the suspect in
a way that guarantees the suspect's head will hit the pavement or sidewalk. Citizen
to citizen such an assault would be an assault with a deadly weapon.
If such action is proscribed in departmental policy but not supported in the
law the author of that policy needs to have a taste of it. Not just written
policy but second order natural consequences and result of proscribed training.