Interview with former New York City Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik:
It began a few yr in the past in Minneapolis, after the loss of life of George Floyd—protests, rioters and BLM beginning calling for defunding and even abolishing the police. And so, funding was minimize. In Minneapolis, town diverted $9 million from its police funds; LA minimize $150 million, and New York City $1 billion, to call a couple of cities that answered the calls for.
The White House just lately mentioned in a press release: “We cannot rebuild that trust if we do not hold police officers accountable for abuses of power and tackle systemic misconduct—and systemic racism—in police departments.”
Something is clearly mistaken. But have we actually recognized the best issues and the best options?
We ask former New York City Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik—who is aware of greater than most about police reform—for his ideas on the subject.
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