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jamie
jamie 1 weeks

I mean who wants to go do a thankless job for low pay while half of the people they protect calls for their defunding and tell them they have to not do their job while cities are burned on top of upper brass and the community sits back just waiting for one split second screw up to make an example of them.

dan
dan 1 weeks

this comment section will be a great barometer for how people understand civil unrest and what to do about it I'm reminded of the sports caster who cheered "protesters" on, on tweeter then screamed for the cops to do something because they were getting too close to where he lived. he literally wanted them to stay in the slums and burn it to the ground but freaked out when his home was being threatened

Derek
Derek 1 weeks

We are in crisis because: —On one hand, policing in America desperately needs to be reformed. It lacks effectiveness due to corruption, poor training, and an unhealthy law enforcement culture. —On the other hand, we desperately need effective law enforcement tonrestrain an increasingly corrupt, lawless and violent populace. Now is not the time to defund, but to reform. Find the bad cops and boot them out. Find the good cops and empower them to reform the system. It can’t go on the way it is.

Nosotros La Gente
Nosotros La Gente 1 weeks

How shocking!

Doug
Doug 1 weeks

I've seen FBI jobs ad on YouTube

E N..
E N.. 1 weeks

If you want people to see law enforcement as a viable future, they need to know it can grow and adapt to a changing world. Clinging doggedly to the status quo in the face of change is a sign of weakness, not strength.

Seekster
Seekster 1 weeks

Bad news.

Rob
Rob 1 weeks

Good, we have too many now.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 1 weeks

This is good news.

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