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  •  I've tried educating here on Kos (1+ / 0-)
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    second alto

    My own knowledge of correct law enforcement procedure. Unfortunately the emotional aspect of hero worship means the posts get trolled at best.

    Look in some of my posts in the police accountability group for my ideas ofhow to correct it. Consent to police would be a good start.

    •  Well ... (0+ / 0-)

      So far this post hasn't been trolled. I am afraid I don't have the wherewithal to pour through your copious output on KOS (for which I commend you). Can you show me a few specific links; or, better yet, re-iterate here?

      •  My main idea which I tried to get (1+ / 0-)
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        Lollardfish

        my congress critter to even look at, they never even read it before they called, would be to have national licensing of officers. The really dangerous officers just go to another town. There is one officer that has been arrested eight times for mostly violent acts yet still remains on the force in Florida.

        Right now with community police review boards only staffed with those with police connections on a local level means there is no oversight. I believe oversight on a national level is in order.

        I'll get back to you on the links.

        I have to dig for posts too :p

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