Road Runners: The Role and Impact of Law Enforcement in Transporting Individuals with Severe Mental Illness May 2019 Road Runners: The Full Report HERE
— Read on www.treatmentadvocacycenter.org/road-runners
The Community Responder Model – Center for American Progress
— Read on www.americanprogress.org/article/community-responder-model/
get .pdf here
Cities with the Biggest Homicide Rate Problems
This report compares Blue states to Red states.
— Read on wallethub.com/
This is the report to the Board of Commissioners. The dilemma is that if police could never pursue then all the criminals would have to do is drive away fast enough until the police have to stop. This would be for all crimes. Speeding? Don’t stop and keep driving. What will the police do? They can’t follow you. When stopped for any crime simply drove off. I know this sounds ridiculous but why would anyone stop to be arrested? Drive away and when the police stop following you go home or to a friends and then go home tomorrow or report your car stolen. There would be almost no way to make someone comply with the law.
I understand that it is dangerous to engage in vehicle pursuits but it is the threat of pursuits that makes people comply with the law.
For example look at street and bridge (the Bay Bridge) takeovers where the street or bridge is shut down to traffic and cars or motorcycles & 4 wheelers do street stunts. The police can’t pursue, the drivers are difficult to identify so arrests are rarely made. This is why in some neighborhoods these events are weekly occurrences. Police can’t pursue, no threat of apprehension, thus creating a lawless atmosphere.
This law is better because is includes firemen too. Encroachment on an investigation. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally approaches within 25 feet of a law enforcement officer after the law enforcement officer has ordered the person to stop commits a Class C misdemeanor. Specifies …
— Read on iga.in.gov/legislative/2023/bills/house/1186
This is an interesting article about how it is to be a defense attorney.
In this exclusive adaptation of his new book, a former public defender describes what it’s like advocating for the accused — and recounts the injustices he witnessed.
— Read on www.chicagomag.com/chicago-magazine/april-2023/everyone-against-us/
Making Sense of Unofficial Deadly Force Data – Police Chief Magazine
— Read on www.policechiefmagazine.org/making-sense-unofficial-deadly-force-data/