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Law Enforcement – What’s Right?

Sheriff Kersey & Chief Williams

 

This is Part 2 of a two part series. To read Part 1, click here.

In Part 1, we articulated ‘What’s Wrong’, now it’s time for Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute to present a very different side of Law Enforcement’s struggle to reign in crime, especially serious, violent crime.

Numerous attempts were made to engage Laurinburg Police Chief Darwin Williams and Scotland County Sheriff Ralph Kersey regarding the issues raised in this article. No response was received.

Let’s be clear at the outset: police have an indefeasible obligation to treat everyone with courtesy and respect, and to act within the confines of the law. Too often, officers develop a hardened, obnoxious attitude. It is also true that being stopped when you are innocent of any wrongdoing is infuriating, humiliating, and sometimes terrifying. And needless to say, every unjustified police shooting of an unarmed civilian is a stomach-churning tragedy.Read more…

 

Sources:
Imprimis – Hillsdale College

 

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