Still don't understand no cop zones. Man pays his taxes.
According to the Seattle popo, there is no such thing as a no cop zone. So that was the dudes tax dollars at work.
Just like the Chicago police were on duty when they broke into Bobby Rush's office for a nap, and some popcorn while rioting and looting were going on in the neighborhood outside their windows.
Okay Seattle cops say there isn't any no cope zones, so what gives? I don't get it. Cops say there aren't any no cop zones when there are obviously no cop zones. Who is pissed off about not getting their way?
I like the idea of licenses for police work.
Many jobs - plumbers, electricians, structural framing, etc. - require a license as proof of qualification. These licenses often have "continuing education" requirements and must be renewed every three years or so.
The reason for a license is pretty obvious since a mistake made by any of these tradesmen during the performance of their work could result in a threat to safety of both life and property.
The police have the same powers - for the most part. Just like a poorly constructed electrical system could get you injured or damage property - poorly executed police work carries the same ramifications.
Great idea on requiring licenses. If that sets the bar too high and excludes a lot of folks from a career in law enforcement - then so be it. Raise the bar and raise the quality of service in direct proportion (in my opinion).
Healthcare work carries a lot of licensed personal. Cops should have to carry personal liability insurance as well.
That is crazy. Everyone one of them should be fired if they were supposed to be on duty. Everyone of them should be charged for being inside a place they should not have been inside.