Will Election End War on Cops?


Crunch time arriveth regarding who will be the next president of the United States.

Safety voters have myriad concerns on the table, from gun rights to homeland security. Overshadowing either is whether this election cycle’s conclusion also means an end to a major safety voter concern: the war on cops? Riots and mass ambushes of police hallmarked this campaign season, as overly indulged disrupters and lone assassins drowned out voices of reason.

This climate has federal consent decrees leading police departments and changing policing itself. Our next president will have to decide on these and related issues. I hope his or her decision making includes making the end of the War on cops a top priority.

-Nadra Enzi aka Cap Black, Your UrbanSafetyist. @nadraenzi on twitter.

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About #CapBlackURB

Also known as "Cap Black, URB: Urban Safety Advocate and real life superhero for folks feeling like zeroes! Nadra Enzi is a creative advocate for three cardinal principles: crime prevention, homeless outreach and random acts of kindness, in New Orleans, Louisiana. His Cap Black Street Patrol hits the pavement acting on these three principles! Contributor to his own blogs; Signal 108 & various other media platforms. Head of Security for the New Orleans Healing Center and Loss Prevention Supervisor for the New Orleans Food Cooperative inside it; Vice President, Faubourg St Roch Improvement Association and Board Member, Stolen Bikes Nola. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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