The solution to police brutality and racial inequalities in policing is simple, supporters say: Just defund police. But that is wrong. However, I do agree that it is a simple solution: Police Officers need to start protests to gain attention to the real root cause.
Police Reform is Misguided
Perhaps the rank and file of officers should take note and follow the protesters
lead, standing up to their departments, affording the public the opportunity to know
and understand what its really like to be a police officer.
How police departments find themselves the defendant of
Equal Employment Opportunity claims and Fair Labor
Standards Act suits brought against them by their officers.
The officer is asked to run toward the danger or gunshots and engage a subject that
is threatening the officer's or another person life and make a millisecond decision that
will be Monday morning quarterbacked by all and may result in the taking of
someone's life or the officer going to jail for a m
In summary there's a gap between training,
departments message to their officers, the
manner of how they want their officers to
enforce laws and what really happens out on
the street our intention should be to narrow that
Police officers need to train like
navy seals, under high stress
Strategic Security Corp, a WBE, MBE, SDVOB founded in 2002, a
nationwide integrated solutions provider has developed real world high
stress scenario training for our officers
Police are still needed despite the
mass exit of officers due to service
retirements or wave of current
There are several functions performed by
police officers that can be outsourced to
private security affording tax payers
Many departments require physical standards to get hired but none to
maintain your employment. A physical and proficiently in firearms and
restraining a suspect one on one should be a requirement.
Let the misguided racial, ethic, police
reform and de-funding outcries be
directed not at the officers themselves
but at the departments that set and force
Regardless of whether any de-policing effect
results from dissent shirking or fear of public
scrutiny, if officers become less engaged in
proactive duties, de-funded or disbanded all
together crime will increase.