- Southwest Eastnorthernton
I've long held that the standards for training and accountability are desperately lacking in the United States, and if I'm honest, I get the sense that some good old boys are just desperate to see some action, which only reinforces the need for training and accountability.On the same day that I saw this on Reddit there was some discussion about the methods of other police forces around the world including Britain. A general hallmark for 'failing to stop' was a calm, measured radio narrative with group decision-making assisting the pursuit and apprehension. Or just the general handling of the situation.
Every country has bad cops and that's a discussion for another thread and day... but the USA does seem to generate a particularly conspicuous number of bad police drivers with a county-level (?) system that puts some really over-excitable asshats in charge of weapons, vehicles and instant jerstiss.
Is that just Internet Bias or is that a feeling that other people have too?