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The Justice Department releases statistics on this and related issues, although these datasets are only periodically updated: It found that in 2008, among people who had contact with police, “an estimated 1.4% had force used or threatened against them during their most recent contact, which was not statistically different from the percentages in 2002 (1.5%) and 2005 (1.6%).” In terms of the volume of citizen complaints, the Justice Department also found that there were 26,556 complaints lodged in 2002; this translates to “33 complaints per agency and 6.6 complaints per 100 full-time sworn officers.” However, “overall rates were higher among large municipal police departments, with 45 complaints per agency, and 9.5 complaints per 100 full-time sworn officers.” In 2011, about 62.9 million people had contact with the police
[A]ccording to the CDC, in Oklahoma the rate at which black people are killed per capita by law enforcement is greater than anywhere else in the country. That statistic is taken from data collected for the years 1999-2011. During that same time period, Oklahoma’s rate for all people killed by law enforcement, including all races, is second only to New Mexico. However, Oklahoma, the District of Columbia, Nevada and Oregon are all tied for the rate at which people are killed. (The CDC treats the District of Columbia as a state when collecting and displaying statistics.) In Missouri, where Mike Brown lived and died, black people are killed by law enforcement twice as frequently as white people. Nationwide, the rate at which black people are killed by They note that among 36 different studies published since the 1980s, the rates of force asserted vary wildly, from a high of more than 30% to rates in the low single digits.
A “Ride Along” with a spokesperson/fellow police wife from the Massachusetts Law Enforcement Support, who will be sharing their vision for creating National Police Officer’s Spouses’ Day - 20 October 2013!
There has been a movement to spotlight police brutality in America. You can't go a day without a new cell phone video showing officer misconduct hitting social media. We will have another great no holds barred and most importantly honest conversation about some of the more popular cases.
Freddie Gray and more.
The problem with all these cases and more is the dead were all unarmed when they were killed. Is this a disturbing new trend? Or has this always been going on? Le't get ready to dig in!
On this Wednesday at 3 pm were doing a show called "Police Lives Matter". Join us when we welcome our esteemed guest, Dr. Joel Shults operates Street Smart Training and is the founder of the National Center for Police Advocacy.. Dr. Shults is retired as Chief of Police in Colorado. He spent 30 years as a uniformed law enforcement professional. He has an educational background in criminal justice education as well as earning his doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. He'll be on the show to talk about what a police officer's life is like in the streets; the dangerous situations and encounters that police officers face; how some officers do experience PTSD and trauma; some are conditionally, environmentally and situationally aware. Many are not always racist or being harassing. Tune in to hear his perspective about police and their dealings with the public at large. The goal of this show is to create understanding, to present police in another much more positive light and to restore and enhance relations and respect on the side of both the officer and the public.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss how to improve "relationships" between law enforcement and people who think that law enforcement is unfair. Typically the primary ingrediant that is missing for a positive relationship is a "relationship". Many people who dislike the police (and vice versa).............have no relationship with each other and that sets up a climate of polar opposites.
The best way to heal is to BE PRO-ACTIVE and see what the other person needs.
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It has become a broken record. I thought my ancestors and those that have came before me suffered enough but, the suffering continues. You seen the video of police officer Michael Blagger shooting the Walter Scott. The deaths of black men at the hands of police officers keep adding up. All the marching in the world hasn't changed enough has it? What america needs is a change in the way these police officers are being trained. Otherwise this volcano will begin to errupt soon or, The aftermath that will follow will be monumental. What is clear is that the police are brainwashed like much of the majority race and media. Why is it so acceptable that Black men to be killed?A Texas Bill will make recording police illegal unfreaking real!!!.
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