Early draft of Trump policing panel report: - DOJ support for QI claims - Penalties for DAs who de-prioritize possession, low-level offenses - Nationwide facial recognition tech - Harsher penalties for undocumented immigrants - LE backdoor to encryption
"It’s hard to imagine that things could get worse," writes . "But draft recommendations from a Trump-appointed policing commission prove that they could."
In Opinion Phillip Atiba Goff writes, "I say this without exaggeration: The president’s commission was considering recommendations that could transform this nation into a dystopian police state."
"It’s hard to imagine that things could get worse," writes . "But draft recommendations from a Trump-appointed policing commission prove that they could."
The Dystopian Police State the Trump Administration Wants
Chilling & shocking essay from the brilliant
‚ÄúPoliticizing law enforcement is dangerous: If communities fear that their safety is contingent on their political beliefs, the trust required for public safety is irreparably harmed.‚ÄĚ Read more from in today‚Äôs .
The Dystopian Police State the Trump Administration Wants
Trump’s authoritarianism comes out most blatantly when he’s dealing with policing issues. Shameful and scary.
"The president’s commission was considering recommendations that could transform this nation into a dystopian police state." This is not a joke.
How horrible. Thank you for calling attention to the efforts of the current administration to undermine needed reforms. Effective and equitable policing will need to be based on trust, not fear.
Must-read on the dystopian police state that a Trump commission has designed for his second term, from the great : "The recommendations could not destroy public trust more efficiently if they were designed solely for that purpose."
The Dystopian Police State the Trump Administration Wants Law enforcement’s problems could get even worse
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