The “Pantaleo Effect” is similar to the Ferguson Effect. The Pantaleo Effect is a description of what occurred in NYC as a result of the events the followed the Garner case.
President Donald Trump pressed the mayor of New York on July 25 to “stand up” for police officers who have been doused and sprayed with water.
— Read on m.theepochtimes.com/sba-sergeant-new-yorks-anti-police-sentiment-hurts-officers-in-blue_3019205.html
This is an interesting article to outline how the events in Ferguson unfolded.
The killing of Michael Brown by a white police officer on a Ferguson street was the spark that ignited years of frustration, distrust and anger. Protests, fueled by social media, spread; new issues emerged. Here, from the epicenter, is the story of Ferguson.
— Read on graphics.stltoday.com/ferguson/
Ferguson diagnosed a national illness. But five years later, it hasn’t been cured.
I can’t even imagine this response. I can’t believe that a community would attack the police over the unfortunate event of an officer involved shooting. What is working here are a public few controlling a community. The good public don’t want to dispute the public violence of the minority.
After violent demonstrations in Memphis spurred by the death of Brandon Webber, a street gang has called for the killing of cops.
— Read on www.wlbt.com/2019/06/14/dps-gangster-disciples-have-called-deaths-police-officers/
Open Justice is a transparency initiative led by the California Department of Justice that publishes criminal justice data so we can understand how we are doing, hold ourselves accountable, and improve public policy to make California safer.
— Read on openjustice.doj.ca.gov/
The scorecard reviewed data from California’s hundred largest cities to find statewide trends on where police departments are struggling.
— Read on www.routefifty.com/public-safety/2019/06/new-report-card-californias-police-fails-most-departments/157530/
The police scorecard can be accessed HERE
There are several different police issues discussed here.
Vera works closely with government to build and improve justice systems that ensure fairness, promote safety, and strengthen communities.
— Read on www.vera.org/centers/policing