Unions’ role in police discipline

This op-ed column suggests removing discipline from the collective bargaining agenda in order to make individual officers more accountable for their actions. The rationale is that “Our current system ensures that victims and taxpayers bear all the costs of police misconduct, while the vast majority of hardworking police officers have their reputations stained by the terrible, undisciplined actions of a few.”

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One Response to “Unions’ role in police discipline”

  1. Mark Bond Says:

    Reblogged this on e-Roll Call Magazine.

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