Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Police Officers Need Public Trust #PublicTrust

The public's perception of police officers role within society has changed. The days of friendly public servant have been replaced by fear and distrust of varying degrees determined largely by demographics and location. Reversing this trend, an outcome that would benefit all Americans, should receive a high priority within the public discussion.

Headline: Tabloid likens cops to KKK, threatens to publish addresses following shooting

A Texas tabloid said Saturday that it is "looking into the future prospects" of publicizing San Antonio Police officers' names and addresses in response to a deadly officer-involved shooting.

Stephanie Zarriello, the editor-in-chief of The San Antonio Observer, said Antronie Scott was "unjustly murdered," when a police officer shot him last week. Zarriello said shootings of citizens by officers go unpunished because the officers remain anonymous.



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