Police reform in America and possible paths forward l ABC News

The deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor have created a movement demanding police reform, but what does that mean?

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22 thoughts on “Police reform in America and possible paths forward l ABC News

  1. Ok so if you want to act like animals and also dont want ths cops to deal with you then its up to the people to deal with you and you wont have to worry about anything ever again

  2. I would like to see a standard "Getting to Know You" worksheet for Defendants to fill out and return to their lawyer or the Prosecutor, so that there is an easy way to stand up for yourself and tell your story so things are more fair and safe and appropriately dealt with if you ever get into trouble with the law

  3. 6.28 I want to become a police officer in Canada because my father was murdered and I want to help people and make sure that doesn't happen to anyone else she wants me to become a social worker.

  4. This is the police reform we REALLY need!

    #1. That weapons are available to all law-abiding citizens.

    #2. All citizens who purchase weapons will be trained in personal protection and homeland defense.

    #3. Reform of the judicial system along these lines.

    Courtrooms are places where cold, hard facts are laid out, not places of theatrics.
    Justice must be fair, but also swift and if necessary, harsh.
    #4. Enactment of Tort-Reform laws.

    #5. The death penalty may only be called for this basis:

    On the basis of DNA evidence.
    On the basis of the testimony of three witnesses, but not necessarily for the same case.
    A person convicted of three violent crimes shall be automatically executed.
    #6. The sentences of first-time offenders shall be commuted to terms of military service.

    #7. All federal law enforcement agencies shall be merged into a U.S Police Force (USPF)

    USPF will be under the command of a U.S Chief of Police.
    The USPF Chief shall report to the Secretary of Homeland Security.
    The USPF shall maintain the federal correction system.
    The USPF will operate the U.S Police Corps.
    #8. Prisons will be reformed long these lines:

    Faith-based rehabilitation programs will be in place.
    Prisoners will earn their keep.
    Petty offenders will work for the people they wronged.
    Prisoners must complete skill training and an education to be released.
    Petty offenders will be segregated from violent criminals.
    Prisons will be designed for rehabilitation as well as punishment.
    Increase the number of guards and corrections officers ten-fold.
    Eradicate jailhouse violence.
    #9. Issue block grants to state and local governments to expand police forces.

    #10. Arm the police to the teeth, overwhelm criminals with overwhelming force.

    #11. Hire more judges and prosecutors, expand courtrooms to hear more cases.

    #12. Put one million more police officers on the streets.

    #13. Out one million more fire and rescue personnel on duty.

    #14. Improve the compensation for all police officers, firefighters, and rescue workers.

    #15. First-responders will be except from military service.

    #16. Reduce the number of lawyers in private practice.

    Draft lawyers into service as judges, magistrates and prosecutors.
    Draft lawyers into the USDF and USPF.
    Offer a cash reward for any lawyer who permanently leaves the legal profession.

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