Iirc the police Union I'm Minnesota possibly Bob himself was responsible for eliminating any and all requirent or ability to prefrencing hiring police from the locality they will be protecting and serving.
which might not seem like a big deal but the more I think into it the more it has grave implications for societies for local communities. the most obvious or surface one is probably one of the worst but it's letting people that don't know anything about situations or the people they rule over police citizens of a community.
One they don't know the history or have any hope of having known. 2 it's not where they grew up they don't have any attachment to it other than superficial
as I've been encountering personal hell in the form of Paul we trick former vice president of SEIU local 284 claims to own me. I've been trying to learn everything I can about the force he uses to empower himself over me. Usually I concur problems by learning everything I can about what causes them how they're organized. Be up from technical problems to well..
Thing I haven't found or been able to is where police departments in any given State especially Minnesota where they get their template from. The thing I have realized there's no one holds them to things like a mission statement that they published for us. The only thing I can see for why they end up close to the same the only driving force behind that would be the union behind the agency's. But the agency's or localities or precincts whatever you want to break it into those are supposed to be controlled by the city. I can't find online where the chain of command anything about it actually. How are free people ruled or governed by a force that can kill without even a jury without even a trial without so much as facing a charge let alone conviction that forces basically license to kill us without fear of facing a trial and we don't even know their power structure
This could be okay but it's immoral to play the propaganda game of Land of the Free when this is also the case. Or what I'm getting at is government tends to do what government wants unless the people step in could still be ethical while doing it.
psychology came up with a pretty cool concept it's called informed consent I hold it with some of the brightest humanity of us ever come up with.