Non-compliance refers to instances where a police officer fails to follow established procedures, protocols, or laws in the performance of their duties. This type of police misconduct can take many forms, including failing to follow proper arrest procedures, using excessive force, or making arrests without probable cause. Non-compliance with established procedures and protocols can result in the violation of an individual's civil rights and can also erode trust in the police department and the criminal justice system. Law enforcement agencies must establish clear policies and procedures for their officers to follow, and hold officers accountable for failing to comply with these guidelines. Non-compliance with the law can also result in criminal charges against the officer, as well as civil lawsuits.