I read a Washington Post article whereas 55 officers whom were involved in shootings this year, it wasn’t their first time.
My opinion on this matter, is in hopes of a responsible government official or officials in figuring out a way to possibly create a bill, which will give a mandatory desk duty job for 3 to 5 years for any officer type involved shooting.
That time should start after a full and thorough “most important” completed investigation is completed.
I also believe that Police officers be required to carry a special liability insurance.
Just as a doctor carries malpractice insurance.
This may seem funny, but think about it… It’s almost like having car insurance, the more accidents you have, the higher the premium. Should an Officer have many accidents then the Dept. may not want to pay the higher premium, thus possibly forcing the Officer to cover the added cost.
This would be a great idea as an added oversight.. If an Officer looses their insurance they should not be allowed to patrol the streets, until their insurance is re-instated and or they find an insurer that will insure them. Victims would be able to burry their loved ones at the cost of the insurance company.
I truly believe a mandatory bill and a special liability insurance would reduce many of the fatal shootings occurring across America in which many have resulted in a person being unarmed.
Is that to much to ask for?
What’s your thought?
Georgia: Officers Fired After Viral Assault Video Captured
A Gwinnett County Police Sgt. Michael Bongiovanni is captured appearing to be repeatedly punching a 21-year-old black man Demetrius Bryan Hollins in the upper part of Hollins body.
According to reports Bongiovanni has since been fired from his position as a law enforcement officer, a second officer has also been fired.
The incident sparked so much outrage that Hollins attorney said “ Attorney: Two Gwinnett County officers who punched client are “thugs” according to AJC.com.
Stay tuned for updates.
GA: Former Police Officer Found Guilty Of Murder
A Fulton County jury has found a former East Point police officer Sergeant Marcus Eberhart accused in the tasing death of Gregory Towns a (24-year-old man) guilty which occurred in April of 2014 .
Sergeant Marcus Eberhart and former corporal Howard Weems were accused of excessively using a stun gun on Towns which allegedly lead to his death.
A jury found Eberhart guilty on all counts including felony murder.
Weems was found not guilty of murder, but was found guilty on lesser charges that included involuntary manslaughter, reckless conduct and oath of office violations sources say.
Stay tuned for sentencing updates.
Walter Scott’s Killer Takes The Stand
Michael Slager who is on trial for the murder, attempts to explain as to why he shot and killed Walter Scott an un-armed black man.
The incident was captured on cell phone video by a citizen whom just so happened to be walking by at the time.
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