Team Big Pimpin'
- Apr 11, 2005
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- Pimpin Purgatory
The system of policing will discipline or fire people of color who don't go along with "the program". There are plenty of examples of that. After being in LE as long as I was, I was so tired of the double standard that black officers had to endure over our white counter parts. All it takes is one chief or deputy chief to be this way and magically all of the white officers fall in line. Guys that you have backed up on calls and kept out of trouble turn on you. It's a phenomenon in it's own right.Here's my take on the whole thing...
Over the past several years, we've seen numerous instances of people of color being mistreated by police officers that were recorded by witnesses. As those stories came out, the officers involved were disciplined, suspended, fired, and criminally charged.
Why is it that we can't find any reports of officers who mistreated people of color who were disciplined, fired, suspended, or criminally charged when the incidents were not publicly reported on? If they system isn't biased against people of color, why hasn't the system taken action against officers who ARE biased against people of color?