I have often been irritated by #law enforcement on people with zero regard to the #humanity of the offender. It feels very easy to wish away until you become #victim of what can best be described as #JungleJustice.
Usually, this happen more commonly as a reflection of the #oppressive and #wicked tendency of the law enforcer, rather than any zeal for order & justice.
However, evidence abound that #government institutions & individuals enforcing laws can, and should have human faces, if social order and justice is the intent. Enforcing laws, #rules and #regulations can be people-oriented.
#Justice is not justice until it is #fair, #equitable and socially #appropriate. Justice is NOT about awarding exactly the same punishment to everyone who committed the same offence. Understanding the situation surrounding the offence and the offender is key to discharging social justice.
Dear friend, in your position of law enforcement, like everyone assume in different capacity daily, endeavour to deliever judgement, NOT by the "letters" but by the "the spirit" of the law, rule or regulation. The spirit of the law is always that of equity [not equality] and fairness.
The world is a better place for everyone, when offenders can be corrected and forgiven, or given sentences commensurate to their situation. If God Almighty hasn't killed you yet for the many terrible things you have done against Him, you should learn to temper justice with mercy to fellow humans.