A police car. The word “Police” colored with the American Flag patter. Too Aggressive???
What about a American Flag decal? Too Aggressive?
This is crazy. Don’t entertain these nonsensical complaints.
LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. (AP) — An American flag graphic on the side of freshly painted police cars is dividing a small coastal city in Southern California. Some people in Laguna Beach feel the flag design is too aggressive while others are astonished that anyone would object to the American flag, The Los Angeles Times reported Saturday. The city council will decide at its Tuesday meeting whether to keep the logo or choose an alternative.
— Read on abcnews4.com/news/nation-world/american-flag-graphic-on-police-cars-divides-california-town
This is a must see documentary that shows how the quality of life in a city can collapse when homelessness, drug use and addiction, and mental health issues take over neighborhoods. The documentary illustrates how bad neighborhood conditions become when laws are not enforced, police are handcuffed, citizen voice are not heard, the criminal justice system fails (prosecutors and courts) and politicians don’t work to protect the community.
Below is a link to an article in national review ‘What if Seattle Is Dying, and We Don’t Even Know It?’. The article discusses a documentary from KOMO’s (Seattle news channel) Eric Johnson that explores the impact the drug and homelessness problem is having on Seattle and possible solutions in “Seattle is Dying.”
The documentary explores topics such as: broken windows policing, quality of life, message from politicians, disgruntled police, upset citizens etc.
Link to the Article is HERE
The link to the documentary “Seattle is Dying” is:
On the KOMO website HERE
On YouTube HERE
Obviously this isn’t policing but I thought this publication could cover similar issues that women in policing face.
Can integrity and ethical decision-making be an integral part of police officers’ training? Can it be sustained in the hard realities of police work? In a new podcast on policing, researchers and officers themselves offer candid assessments.
— Read on thecrimereport.org/2019/04/02/the-ambiguous-reality-of-police-integrity/
Checkout the various links in the news article.
Allegheny County’s 100-plus police departments have unequal resources, uneven policies and pay.
— Read on newsinteractive.post-gazette.com/blog/allegheny-county-police-departments-inequality-budgets/
Stockton, California was in a rough situation when the current chief was promoted to that position in 2012. The city had filed for bankruptcy, there were police layoffs, morale was low, and violent crime was up. In this interview, the chief explains how he learned to listen more carefully to members of his community, including…
— Read on gcordner.wordpress.com/2019/04/02/listening-in-stockton/