Deadly force can be defined as the use of any physical force that might have the result of causing serious bodily harm or even death (Geoffrey, 2004). As a result of its grave consequences it is illegal, even criminal, to use deadly force without due justification. There are four main situations in which one is allowed to use bodily force legally. These are in law enforcement (which has been a controversial subject so far), in the prevention of crime, while defending a third party or finally, for self-defense. Still, under each of these provisions, the use of deadly force has to be completely necessary and this will differ from situation to situation. The use of deadly force by law enforcement has been an issue of concern to many countries in the world.