CA Police Departments Brace For Large Demonstrations After Grand Jury Decision In Michael Brown Case
Police departments in California and across the country are bracing for large demonstrations when a grand jury decides whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri last August.
This comes as San Jose is set to hold hearings about their new drone, which the police department purchased secretly earlier this year.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s office announced Sunday that he has vetoed a bill that would have placed strict limits on law enforcement agencies using unmanned aerial drones for surveillance.
Rep. Mike Honda, D-San Jose, Wednesday announced legislation that would block civilians from accessing military-grade body armor to prevent criminals from using them in gun battles with law enforcement.
Career advancement in law enforcement is further strengthened with an education in a specialized field.
The hope is to get rid of major growing operations, that pose a threat to the safety of the public.
Law enforcement agencies have begun adopting a new policy on so-called “active shooters,” encouraging civilians to take safety into their own hands and take down gunmen who threaten them at work or school.
For America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
The state is banking on local officials to deal with keeping parolees in line.
A judge says the scandal-plagued department will go under federal control if it fails to quickly make good on reforms agreed to nine years ago.