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  1. Hoàng ZIM

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    IELTS WRITING CONTEST - WEEK 8

    You should spend about 60 minutes on this task.

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    It has become far common to see people react to being caught by traffic police with aggression and sometimes violence. To what extent do you agree or disagree with such reaction?


    You should write at least 250 words.

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  2. Quan Do

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    [QUOTE = "Hoàng ZIM, bài: năm 1958, thành viên: 3"] IELTS WRITING CONTEST - TUẦN 8

    Bạn nên dành khoảng 60 phút vào nhiệm vụ này.

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  3. Nguyễn Trường An

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    It is true that it has been increasingly common that there are agressive reactions towards traffic police when people are caught by them. While some people insist that traffic police deserve those agressive attitudes, I disagree with that viewpoint.

    On the one hand, it is obvious that people have some reasons for yelling at traffic police. Firstly,as traffic police make people pay heavy fines without any convincing reasons, people may feel unfair. Therefore, they may feel angry as they lose their money in an absurd way. For example, in Nghệ An, there is a woman who yells at traffic police as they stop her unreasonably. Secondly, as there are lots of bad rumours about traffic police, the feeling of suspicion may grow among people, which has led to prejudice against traffic police. Therefore, people may think that traffic police are greedy guys, and violent reactions are inevitable.

    On the other hand, I disagree with those attitudes towards traffic police. As they play an indispensable role in reducing traffic jam and deterring people from driving carelessly, people should not have rude reactions against them. If there were no traffic police, congestion might be a big concern of our society. Secondly, as they are public figures, people would be punished if they reacted to them with violent reactions. If no one was in compliance with traffic police, traffic rules would be useless. Therefore, there would be no way to address the problem of traffic jam.

    In conclusion, I am convinced that civilians should not have aggressive reactions towards traffic police as they have some positive impacts on traffic jam and our society.
     

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  4. EagleHorn

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    People use transportation likes cars, motorbikes a lot to go from a place to a place. But when they use it, they may go overspeed and when this happens, traffic police stops them and fine them. And some people they don't like this and they behave badly. While i agree that this hostility is wrong, i would argue that some traffic police stops people to fine because of the tiny little problems that don't worthy.
    Firstly, with some people behave badly, they are definitely wrong. Because they go overspeed for some reasons or they go on the wrong line, traffic police has to stop them to reduce the traffic accidents. In Vietnam, there has been more than 50 accidents per day because of this problem. But with some people they react to the traffic police with aggression and sometimes they attack police with anger. This attitude is absolutely wrong.
    Secondly, some traffic police stops people to fine because of the tiny little problems that don't worthy . They want to take money from other people for other purposes. For example, when you get caught from the traffic police and you don't know why, you just give them some moneys and they will let you go with no fine tickets. This wrong morality happens in many country and in some places.
    Inconclusion, to the people who react to traffic police with aggression and sometimes violence, they should learn how to control anger and talk to the traffic police kindly, maybe the police will let you go.
     

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  5. Khanh Nguyen21

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    As the modern society, speaking up your ideas is very important, that explain why recently, many anger and debate between traffic police and law-violated people has been increasing. In my opinion, I disagree with those attitudes.

    Speaking for your own words is important in the modern life. We can share our ideas with other people, even our prime minister. For example: in any election, the President of any country always need to listen to the people’s voice. Therefore, those people wanted to say their opinion about police’s work, were they truly violated the law, or this is just the action of corruption or bribery. Furthermore, I think it is not all about the wanted to speak up, it is also the faded of trust to the weak policy system which contain many problems to equal its own and the citizen’s benefit.

    From another perspective, the police have to do daily jobs, therefore, prevented people to commit crimes is their duty. However, they need to be accurate and strict in any fault by showing the evidence. For instant, when stopping people car, they should show the drivers their fault was caught in the camera, also tell them it was violated which section in the law code. The old people has a sentence, hundred listen cannot compare with one see. In addition, they need to gain back people trust not only for the police but also for the hold running policy, by trust simply doing their job in the most honest way.

    In conclusion, I believe the important of speak up your mind and also strict to the rule cannot be which one is more important because they share the equal meaning to our society

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  6. Phạm Hồng Thạo

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    It has become more common these days to see violators in traffic react in coarse way when they are stopped by traffic officers. Personally, I completely disagree with such kind of behavior.

    From one stand point, the feeling of resentment when people are caught by police is understandable. Firstly, violators always believe that they do not deserve the punishments and that being kept at the stops to deal with paper works is time- consuming. Secondly, there is nothing surprised to witness such kind of action of people who have low level of education. The knowledge shortage on traffic laws are likely the main reason leading to that rude way of reaction. Additionally, I have to say that the model of the officials in the eyes of citizens is not that "beautiful" as old days, when all the commonwealths believed that they are served by trustful people. Many scandals involving extortion has come to the light that ruin the image of polices, which makes some traffic violators fail to show their respect to the them.

    However, I will not advocate that people get angry or even resort to violence in some incidents. Firstly, traffic polices are the representatives of law and their works are surely based on the benefits of all citizens in the communities. Thanks to them, traffic regulations and disciplines are maintained, which ensures the safe and fine-in-feeling travelling for drivers. For instance, people with reckless style of driving that can pose big or even fatal threats for others are kept a close eye by polices; and that means they have to be more serious with their way of driving. Secondly, accepting the aggression or violence as normal will go against the value of a modern and civil society, where the good manners and respect should be encouraged.

    In conclusion, I would argue that the rude way of reaction, ranging from anger to violence should be severely criticized. We are trying to make this world more beautiful which expects the harmony from every interaction between people.
     

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  7. minhducgermany

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    One of the most controversial issues today relates to the supposed popularity of punishment many people by money from traffic police with dishonesty. Personally, I strongly agree with this trend.

    One of the strongest arguments in favor of a lagre of civilians who are dishonestly fined a sum of money by law enforcers can be attributed to the insatiable greed of yellow-suited police. The main reason for believing this is the law enforces who always take interest in rising their salaries and fill illegal horde of money, hence the monetary role is increasingly importance with them. This can result in many citizens, who lose belief in life, with a sense of fear as they are driving their vehicles.

    A further point which needs to be considered is the corruption of officials. Government always grants a large number of rules in many routes in order to merge many complicated pills and the traffic police can easily fine drivers a sum of money. As a consequence, a large of drivers find it hard recognize a punch of laws in traffic and of course they devore a lot of money when they are caught by traffic police.

    There are, however, some arguments that support the reaction of people when they are caught by police with aggression and violence. The most typical of these is such police remains means of lving. They always receive the amount of pressure from society and from their families which get to work everyday with their passion and shoulder with monetary role. Therefore, every civilians need to appreciate them and thanks them for their missions.

    In conclusion, I tend to believe that it is a good trend. The government should grant many policies for supporting traffic police and give a large number of clearly laws, hence the civilians can be comfortable when they drive their vehicles for working places.
     

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  8. td7122004

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    In modern life, traffic offence can be seen easily in the street. Nevertheless, instead of seriously following the fine of the police, the infringers seem to repel it aggressively. In my opinion, that issue is unacceptable and should not be existed.

    On the one hand, that reaction often comes from the psycologies of the contraveners. Firstly, sometimes they break the traffic laws because they are hurry of their essential affairs. Therefore, when they are caught, they know their time is being wasted, which mixes their mind up and causes their sudden reactions. Besides, some people have hated the police already. Thus, facing with someone they hate may causes their inhibitions, especially when the policemen are giving them punishments that they do not want to fall in.

    On the other hand, the police should take their responsibilities to this problem. Some policemen just want to take the fine from infringers without explaining their faults enough, caused by their lack of experience to face with the citizens. For example, there was a leaked video in Youtube last month about a lady from Nghe An being caught by the police. However, the policemen cannot shown legal documents to prove that they are real police, and which laws she was offended. The debatement between them continued for 30 minutes without finding a common voice. That was time-wasting because the police did not know what to do in case of being asked.

    To conclude, I disagree with the opinion about hampering reactions to the public securities. People have to take their responsibilities for all what they do in the street, even from any reasons. I hope that problem will be repel in the future, though that is only happened due to the efforts came from both the contraveners and the polices.

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  9. anhthumai

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    Since some small parts of traffic police intend to work illegally on their watches for extra earnings, people instinctively have improper attitude when they are got caught by police, which is totally unnecessary but unfortunately frequently happens nowadays. Here are some of my opinion towards this topic:

    Firstly, as all people cannot guarantee that they always follow the rules of traffic, police system exists to assure we obey the rule and fine who do not. Getting caught by the traffic police is mostly the result of your wrong driving and therefore you cannot be angry at somebody is doing their job. And even if you are right under some circumstances, there is unreasonable to be violent too since laws exists to protect you.

    Secondly, being aggressive or sometimes violence is against the rule which is called “obstruct the police”. In society, there are rules must be followed since legal system builds country and polices is one of the factors represent that system. The population of one country is large but not everyone is good and thinkable. Society needs polices doing their job well and absolutely does not need violent people in life. If even the polices that people dare to be aggressive at, what is the social order?

    Consequently, despite of some inappropriate works of some polices, being violent or aggressive is not right even if the police is wrong. All systems have the rule and the justices comes to those who are right.
     

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    These days, there is an increasing number of situations in which people have negative attitudes toward traffic police when being caught such as aggression and violence. I believe that we should not behave like that with the traffic police because of some reasons.

    On the one hand, it is clear that the face of traffic policeman now is getting deteriorated compared with before. In Vietnam, for example, traffic police have the right to stop transportations unreasonably even though they do not have command of the superiors, and sometimes this situation creates the feeling unsafe among people, and these people usually wonder about the reason why they sometimes are forced to stop driving without explanation. Furthermore, There are several cases that traffic police demand people to pull over just because they want to receive “money” from the citizens. As consequences, drivers or motorists do not have a well-disposed look toward this job as well as to those who work in the field.

    On the other hand, I hold a view that we should not react so aggressive or violent when being caught by traffic police. Firstly, traffic polices are those who represent for the law of a nation as well as are the ones who are on official duty by enforcing traffic laws. Therefore, we need to respect them as well as respect the law and the government. Secondly, there is nothing to be afraid of or furious with these people if we are law-abiding people. In addition, it also greatly helps us to maintain our good citizen images as well as to prevent worst situations such as being fined by traffic police.

    It is now comcom to see people having attitides toward traffic police, in some cases, they are aggressive or angry or violent. I still believe that we should behave as a real citizen to those who represent for the law of the nation.
     

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  11. JennyDuong

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    There is growing concern that the aggressive and violent behaviors of some people towards traffic police are becoming commonplace. In my opinion, I totally disagree with such reactions due to some following concerns.
    One of the main reasons against violence in those cases is that being caught by police might ensure the safety for others and the driver as well. To be more specific, police’s detaining can prevent some people from getting involved in an accident, thereby reducing losses of humans and materials. For example, a reckless driver should be forced to stop timely before he could cause any damages, which might injure not only himself but also other innocent pedestrians. Therefore, a fine from traffic police can be greeted with a friendly attitude rather than an aggressive one.
    Another point to note is that traffic police are only fulfilling their tasks. What they are doing is of significant benefits to our society, which helps reducing accidents caused as well as solving the dilemma of traffic jam. Without the existence of traffic officers, we will find ourselves in great difficulty when commuting either to work or to home. A traffic police thus should be highly respected.
    Meanwhile, it is not to say that all police are committed to their jobs. Some are likely to catch anyone they see with no careful consideration. By doing so, they can delay the traffic flow and cause anger among the travellers. In those cases, people being caught are advised to keep a positive attitude and not to behave naughty. If the detaining of police is unreasonable and time-consuming, they can report to the authority as soon as possible.
    As suggested above, people who are caught by traffic police should not react violently. They can either keep a friendly atmosphere or report to the local council if there is anything worse.
     

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  12. nakieu

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    It is true that many people are becoming more aggressive and violent when being stopped by the traffic police. Some people may say that they are annoyed because they are on their way to the important appointments or they are normally in hurry for any reason. However, I personally disagree with such reactions because of several reasons.

    Firstly, it seems that more and more people look down on the traffic rules. Even though almost the people have to deeply understand about the regulations when they are on road, many of whom try to neglect them. For example, it is compulsory for every motorbike driver to wear helmets, but once caught by the police they still pretend to be innocent and sometimes they may make an excuse for what they have done and then they put the police under pressure of such stupid reasons that they are unaware of the dangers of having no helmets on their heads. In some cases, they may become angry and shout at the police if the police keep a strict face to them.

    Secondly, people are usually irresponsible when driving on the streets. The roads at the rush hours are full of vehicles so sometimes, therefore, some of them try to drive fast to get rid of the traffic jam, which normally cause accidents in big cities. To prevent these careless drivers, the police have to be on duty to give them a fine. When it comes to financial issue, the fatal drivers lose their temper and even insult the police. Whose fault is this?

    Finally, people have thousands of reasons for breaking the rules, which if necessary, they will force the police officers to get them away. However they may easily become offensive when being refused to have a go by them, which may lead to some serious cases even. For instance, one of my friends who is a traffic policeman was hit once when he tried to stop a violent car driver and the result was that he had to stay at the hospital for 1 month.

    In short, all the people must be aware of the danger of the traffic accidents and understand the crucial roles of the police to have suitable reactions
     

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  13. TrucLinh206

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    Each of domain has it's regulations and people who participate in any area have to obey it's rules. Just as other field, traffic also has it's laws. Those laws are obligatory, that means people who travel by vehicles have to submit unconditionally and if they do not obey, then, they will be under arrest and can be chastised by traffic police. People who are arrested can be divided into two types and the reaction of the traffic police also can be divided into two sorts.

    Firstly, we will begin with the people who break the laws and have reactions which seem to oppose traffic polices. There are a lot of principles for people who join in traffic such as do not drive as you are drunk, do not pass a red light and do not drive briskly if you are not on the motorway. Unjustifiably, even when people know about those laws clearly, they still infringe upon them deliberately. Their actions are repeated several times and when they are caught, they do not seem to repent of their offence, after that, they even have bad behavior with traffic police. In that case, policemen have no alternative, they are forced to utilize violent measures to overpower the situation. In my view, I think policemen have no any bad purpose, they merely want to terminate there obligation and protect the innocent civilians who can be injured by these senseless offenders.

    Secondly, we will talk about some people who break the laws but they repent of their offense and have a quite good behavior with traffic police. Perhaps, these people committed a similar mistake just as those above. However, they are remorseful and have a good attitude. Fortunately, they can be tolerated.

    All in all, when we make mistakes, if we repent, we will be excused, "people have always made mistakes, but the most important thing is what they will do then". Furthermore, the lesson which we can learn from this situation is having a good attitude. Because of good attitude, we can deal with every difficulty. In the study or in the work and even in the daily speech, having a good attitude will help us to become a successful people. Moreover, our life and our relationships can be improved. It is a true happiness.
     

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  14. Singapore0906

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    It is said that numerous traffic law violators tend to have aggressive and hostile behavior towards the traffic policeman. From my perspective, I completely disagree with the aforesaid reaction owing to the rules of the national law and the moral principle as well.
    Firstly, I would argue that penalizing traffic law breakers is implemented in law. Therefore, the ones breaking the traffic rules have to take responsibility for their unacceptable behaviors against the traffic regulations. If they do not take their punishment, such as shouting or hitting the police, they are against the law and could be punished more severely. Flouting the law on handling administrative violation, along with criminal law would make the situation worse.
    Secondly, not only do the traffic law breakers violating the traffic legislation but they are also against the standards of morality. The police are just conducting their mission, they are not likely to be fond of picking a quarrel or provoking hostilities with anyone. Thereupon, the traffic law violators who resort to violence with the police are regarded as uncultured citizens. Those ones should be evaluated as the coward people with the unwillingness to admit one's fault or even badly, the gangsters who use the illiterate way of behavior.
    In conclusion, as the two analyzed reasons above, I am not in accord with the aggressive and violent reaction of traffic law breakers towards the police and it is fundamental for everyone to eliminate such behaviors for the bright image of the present traffic culture.
     

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    Nowadays, we have witnessed many unprecedented incidents, in which some citizens refuse to comply with officers’ orders on the road. Moreover, some troublemakers act violently and aggressively. In my opinion, this is an absurd behavior that should be condemned in all societies.

    Obviously, many police officers aim to save our lives and ensure public safety on the road. Having said that, it is the traffic officer’s job to stop any offenders and deter people from breaking the law. Therefore, disobeying the police or behaving in a violent manner has detrimental consequences. In the US, for instance, if you choose to not comply with orders, the officer has the right to use violence, including shooting the offender. However, if you followed the order, this would ensure your safety and the wellbeing of the low enforcement officer. Consequently, it is clear that violence only leads to violence and you can end up in prison for breaking the law by resisting traffic police.

    On the other hand, individuals should be educated on how to deal the police orders to stop. For example, in the UK, citizens are required to follow a specific sequence of actions when they are caught. They have to comply with all orders, raise their hands where officers can see them clearly, and hand their license papers if they are asked to. Meanwhile, local authorities must ensure that all police officers, who break the law or humiliate citizens in any way mush get the suitable punishment.

    In conclusion, we must appreciate the sacrifices that officers make to ensure our own safety. I feel that disobeying traffic officers is a shameful and unlawful act, however, awareness campaigns among people can mitigate the effects of this trend significantly.
     

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