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Source: Steven L. Frazier Madera Police Department
November 08, 2012
I've said it before (in different ways), I'll say it again:
foxblood: you need help or a clue or something.
Do you agree that we need the public's trust to effectively police? Or does simple fear/intimidation suffice?
Let's face it, hardworking people who have jobs and something to loose wont riot and will allow police to do their job out of fear of loosing freedom or resources. Many people will not cause an additional problem or protest simply because they do not want to get in trouble themselves. Thoughts on actually needing public trust?
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