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WA Democrats Propose Bills to Clarify Police Reform Laws

Law enforcement officials have been critical of the new laws since they went into effect in July, saying officers can no longer respond to certain crimes, such as a mental health crisis or domestic violence dispute; if a crime that has not been committed yet; or cannot arrest a suspect unless the officer witnesses the crime.

January 12, 2022

1 Answer to Minneapolis' Question 2 is Found in Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
We've Seen This Movie Before: Current Events Through a Filmmaker's Lens
Anti-Cop Rhetoric: The Beat (Down) Goes On

Anti-Cop Rhetoric: The Beat (Down) Goes On

Despite persistent anti-police sentiment, American law enforcement continues to watch over the American public, like sheepdogs protecting the flock from the wolves.

October 1, 2021

CA Assembly Passes Police Bill That Restricts Qualified Immunity, Creates Decertification Process
Policing in 2021: Benchmarking the Trek Thus Far

Policing in 2021: Benchmarking the Trek Thus Far

The year 2021 to this point has been an uphill slog for police. In mountain climbing, getting to the summit is optional—getting safely back home is essential. Clearly, there is much more work to be done before we turn the calendar to 2022.

July 2, 2021

A Crying Shame: Politics Poisoning Police Reform Efforts

A Crying Shame: Politics Poisoning Police Reform Efforts

President Joe Biden will hold an event at the White House hosting the family of George Floyd. Will they host the families of the officers killed in the line of duty last year? I'm guessing that's a "hard no."

May 24, 2021

IL Governor Signs "Anti-Police Bill" into Law

IL Governor Signs "Anti-Police Bill" into Law

While the bill requires body cameras, it does not allow officers to review their own footage before writing a report, which critics say puts them in an impossible position.

February 23, 2021

Georgia Judge: Voters Cannot Abolish Police Department in Referendum

Massachusetts Lawmakers' Effort to End Use of Tear Gas Falls Short

Legislators in the Massachusetts House of Representatives have begun a debate on how law enforcement officers in the state will operate and be trained, but the early outcome is that things like the use of tear gas in crowd control will remain in place.

July 24, 2020

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