Brutality, Incarceration, & Corruption Reduction.
RENEW TRUST IN LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Police department complaints that are fact checked should be publicly visible. Law enforcement websites could allow citizen commenting. 100% body cameras for officers should be a human right. Obstructing them should be illegal. 911 operators that hang up for reporting police misconduct deserve a FELONY. Correctional institutions need public forum complaints, video surveillance processing by software for brutality detection, and surveillance review by unaffiliated 3rd party community oversight groups. Police need psychiatric evaluations regularly, drug/steroid screening test results posted publicly, and all communications need regular processing with software to detect all abusive language concerning citizens. Punching, choking, and kicking noncombative citizens who are immobilized should result in criminal charges. Police departments that unconstitutionally block citizens on social media for expressing outcry should be charged for suppressing citizens. Violation of citizen protection guidelines should be broadcasted to all of an area's citizens as soon as possible. Shooting unarmed/fleeing citizens with deadly force is unacceptable. All government devices need random examination for illegal content. Drugs seized should be recorded, locked up, and monitored until destruction to prevent redistribution. Body camera footage should be stored automatically, multiple places, to prevent any altercations to footage after an incident.
Qualified immunity should be lost when an officer violates citizen rights. All officer brutality lawsuits, when found liable, should be paid by the officer and not by tax dollars. Becoming a peace officer should require studies in criminal justice and Constitutional Law. Refusing to identify to a citizen should result in instant termination with no chance to rehire at any U.S. law enforcement agency. Officers should receive one "badge number" for their entire law enforcement career. Citizens should be able to google a "badge number" to see an officer's entire history. Complaints, disciplinary actions, commendations, awards, and all released bodycam footage should be on file for an officer's badge number.
Send these citizen protection guidelines to senate members and state representatives so these reforms can become law quickly.
CITIZENS NEED THE HUMAN RIGHT TO RECORD PERSONAL COURT PROCEEDINGS.
THESE REFORMS WOULD SAVE CITIES MORE MONEY BY REDUCING LAWSUITS & COST A FRACTION OF THAT TO IMPLEMENT.