How The Chauvin Murder Conviction May Impact The Future Of Policing | NBC News NOW

Former Obama policing taskforce member Cedric Alexander joins News NOW to discuss the future of policing following the murder conviction of Derek Chauvin and what public safety could look like moving forward.
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How The Chauvin Murder Conviction May Impact The Future Of Policing | NBC News NOW


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38 thoughts on “How The Chauvin Murder Conviction May Impact The Future Of Policing | NBC News NOW

  1. It will get worse before it gets better cops will be out to show they still hold the power and can enforce the law the way the se fit ,many more innocent live will be lost before reforms are committed too

  2. Brass felt a desperate "need to take the pressure off" themselves , indeed. Just as politicians dump a myriad of social-economic problems on "policing".

    Here we go again with the "Bad Apple" theory of Police-Brutality.

    A pre-meditated diversionary tactic.

    Let's see if Biden/Harris Neoliberfalism is successful in detracting from the truth: The 'Apple-Cart'(el) theory of criminal-injustice.

    The whole cart is rotten.

    The establishment fuels obsession with the "street-corner" small-time-dealer of police-abuse. Get us hooked on viral 'reality-tv'.

    Let's focus also on the cartel's "Kingpins". Like the authors of the "Crime-bills" and military-prison-weapons-industrial-police-state-complex.

    To eradicate state-sponsored terror, targetting the frontline soldiers is a Sisyphean delusion.

    Focus on the Kingpins. Dismantle the cartel.

    Party hearty tonight. Tomorrow, a rude awakening awaits.

    Oh, BTW, Mama, don't forget to tell Junior to behave. We're in occupied-territory. Remind them it's a warzone.

  3. We better laws maybe a suggest box's! Like driving, they could just take your vehicle not your license. Not putting drivers up against a wall. Easyier ways to find jobs. Like just calling the company maybe the company picking the employees up.

  4. If they had listened to Eric Garner when he said he couldn’t breathe George may be alive today. Let’s not forget he died over selling loose cigarettes. 😢

  5. Both sides were wrong in this case… The cop was a bad cop for sure but, he was over charged and wrongly convicted. George Floyd was a bad person, with a long record and history of drug use. He had just committed a Federal crime (counterfeiting currency) and because of his skin color, his family got a check for 27 million from us tax payers.
    George Floyd shouldn't had died but, this case was influenced by mob rule, fake news and politics… it was not decided by a unbiased / fair justice system.

  6. Guilty Guilty Guilty general population … Poycott any and all business that require a "Vaccine Passport tracking app system World ID" even if you do get vaccinated… Useless you want to help split society even more…. Airlines can easily have vaccinated and non- vaccinated flights they just don't want to … And they shouldn't be getting anymore (payoffs) I mean bailouts for running of their own customers ….eithe

  7. From now on … any smart cop isn't going to go anywhere near a black person. If I were a cop and got a call to a black neighborhood, I'd drive REALLY slow to get there and maybe not go at all. Why risk life in jail ?

  8. Changes will eventually happen. Sooner or later. America is not the same as it was in the beginning of the last century.

  9. Policing should be about results. How much should the police value the life of a criminal who is resisting arrest? In my opinion not that much, especially in high crime areas because the result is more innocent people dying to criminals, and that is much worse than criminals dying to cops.

  10. The mob will now decide all guilt.. make sure you follow their posting guidelines in your social media accounts or you won't be found innocent.

  11. I'm so for police reforming but also for some civilian reforming as well. I am NOT making excuses for police brutality but cops are people too just like you and me. Cops have feelings too. Until people can have thick skin and enough will power to discuss this big elephant in the room then nothing will get done.

  12. While it is but Step ONE, on a Million Mile Path to true Equality. It IS a step! We must protect it while making ready for the next. Right now – and for a while yet – it will be just one step at a time. But each step, in a constant move forward, WILL eventually cover the full distance to EQUALITY. Let us rejoice in the FIRST…

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