The Police Aren’t Doing What We Train Them To Do

It’s not their fault; it’s just not what people call the police for.

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A lot of the criticism around the slogan “Defund the police” is based on two assumptions. First, that it means taking away all police. Or, second, that it means taking away some money from the police and not doing anything else.




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Davin Hall

Davin Hall

Formerly a law enforcement data analyst. Currently testing the notion of whether quitting your job to follow your dream is really a good idea. Twitter: @geogeng

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