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This 2015 arrest, caught on video and widely circulated, drew criticism of Officer Ronald Dupuis and another cop because they could be seen kicking and punching the suspect, who Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy later said was an armed felon attempting to flee police how can you buy bitcoins. Worthy said: “Some of the actions of the law enforcement in this case, while disturbing and inexplicable, do not rise to the level of criminal charges.”

Are there bad apples? Of course, but most are weeded out in the hiring investigation, or the police academy, or by their field-training officers during their probationary period bitcoin india wallet. Too bad you didn’t look into any of that, or a few of the overwhelming majority of cities, villages and townships that support their police.


Not as eye-catching, I guess.

As Chair of the Detroit Board of Police Commissioners and a former deputy sheriff, I appreciate the light of journalism shining on the problem of unfit police officers and the need to keep them out of the profession of law enforcement, in the best interests of citizens and public safety.

I know from my own career and now as a commissioner that the vast majority of police officers are very well-trained, capable and professional buy bitcoins anonymously. They serve selflessly at great personal risk to keep the rest of us safe, and they do not deserve having the badge and uniform tarnished — or discredited — by the type of people featured in the Detroit Free Press report.

Our board has clearly supported police reforms that improve the standards and practices in law enforcement, whether in our direct oversight duties, federal consent decrees or legislation create bitcoin. I expect us to act this week in support of state Senate Bill 223 to create a Separation of Service Record that strengthens Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement’s ability to keep unfit cops from employment in law enforcement for good.

So much ink expended bitcoin dangers. So many Free Press employees fantasizing about a Pulitzer Prize convert bitcoin to usd. Such a determination to uphold liberal narratives cnc router bits for wood. Large, bold print headline about bad cops generate bitcoin address. As if the world didn’t know they exist.

In 13 words, I’ll try to make this as simple as possible for the Free Press and its readers: Better hiring practices and intense in-service training will eliminate problematic police officers.

Every profession, including the news media "investigators," has human elements that are less than desirable buy amazon gift card with bitcoin. This is nothing new, but your continued attack on law enforcement is cowardly bitcoin price prediction 2018. People are tired of hearing the same crap about the "victims" of police.

This country has a critical problem with gangs, drug epidemics, murder, rape, human trafficking, child abuse and the list goes on, yet the media focuses on a small percentage of police officers who shouldn’t be on the job, as if that is the problem with society.

Twenty years ago, being a Catholic priest, a cop or a teacher was considered honorable. Now, the media and low-information members of the public treat all three of these groups as if they’re automatically guilty of some malfeasance or corruption until proven innocent.

Good governance looks to protect the well-being of society. The 12 questionable police officers noted by the Free Press do not fulfill that compact. The proposition becomes a costly matter to injury done, and a litigation payout borne by the taxpayer. Closely associated to this issue is municipal budgets that fail to draw quality personnel and provide professional training programs that place highly qualified police on the street.