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Black Lives Matter Activists Release Police Reform Proposals

Among their goals is removing the most egregious terms in police contracts.

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Activists from Black Lives Matter have launched an initiative called "Campaign Zero," which seeks to bring down the number of people killed by police in the U.S. each year. The initiative includes ten proposals for reform that would help make that happen. Those are: 1) End Broken Windows Policing, 2) Community Oversight, 3) Limit Use of Force, 4) Independently Investigate & Prosecute, 5) Community Representation, 6) Body Cameras, 7) Training, 8) End for-profit policing, 9) Demilitarization, 10) Fair police union contracts. 

Each of the policy proposals is explained in more detail at JoinCampaignZero.org. Among the proposals, activists suggest decriminalizing marijuana and the public consumption of alcohol. Several of the policy proposals (like an end to broken windows policing and an end to for-profit policing) will be impossible without engaging and interrogating the value of petty law enforcement, which disproportionately affects the poor. Things like "community representation" may make this harder—despite the rhetoric, the kinds of petty laws that can lead to questionable police shootings are generally supported in the communities where they're enforced. "Quality of life" laws, the kind that pit police officers against peaceful residents doing something other residents may not approve of, enjoy broad support among voters. That's why the laws are there. 

Nevertheless, the Campaign Zero policy proposals are a great framework for activists around the country to use to push for reforms. Campaign Zero suggests a federal prosecutor for all cases of questionable police use of force. This, like most solutions looking for national application, is unworkable. But some jurisdictions have begun to shift the burden of investigating police away from police and the prosecutors they work with toward independent agencies. While police brutality and misconduct are national issues, they are local problems with local solutions. The Campaign Zero policy proposals are productive because they are, by and large, locally focused, allowing activists anywhere in the country to focus on specific solutions to police violence in the jurisdictions in which they live. 

Of note, too, is Campaign Zero's focus on police union contracts. It would be unreasonable to expect Black Lives Matter to push for the dissolution of police unions at this point, it being a movement that's grown out of a largely left-wing milieu that idolizes unions, public and private, even when it means giving more power to agents of the government given wide discretion to kill. Campaign Zero's demands for police contract changes are bold. They want the privileges extended to cops accused of crimes that "civilians" don't get withdrawn, and they don't want police officers paid after they seriously injure or kill a civilian.  

These are all realistic demands, of course, but will be impossible to achieve so long as police unions maintain their political power and collective bargaining privileges. Black Lives Matter activists need to take a deep, objective look at what happened in Wisconsin. Gov. Scott Walker (R) exempted police unions from public union reform but they still participated in the campaign to defeat the reforms and oust the governor. How will these unions react when it's their own privileges being attacked? Police unions are a powerful, antagonistic political force when it comes to Black Lives Matter activists' quest for police and criminal justice reform, and, importantly, such unions should not be allowed to exist in a democratic society where employees of the government are supposed to serve residents and not the other way around.  

The left has spent decades building a middle class of government workers whose livelihood is based on controlling, managing, and otherwise interfering with the lives of poor and marginalized peoples. Hillary Clinton admitted a couple of years ago that the jobs program built around the drug war has made it exceedingly difficult to end. The same goes for the jobs programs built around policing, corrections, and other government work that relies on oppressing, controlling, and denying the freedom of marginalized people.  

The unions these people organize are diametrically opposed to the stated goals of Black Lives Matter and even opposed to the theoretical and idealistic goals of the left when it comes to liberating the poor. These unions have turned marginalized communities (many of them poor and black) into revenue streams and sources of a livelihood. So long as that relationship continues, the system will keep destroying lives of all colors.

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  1. I’ll vote for the first politician that, when confronted by the BLM activists, says the solution is to end qualified immunity and abolish pubsec unions that create a two-tier justice system.

    1. And I’d probably beat my dick raw watching the talking heads on MSNBC discuss it in the immediate aftermath.

      1. Kinky, Ken. How does Banjos feel about this?

      2. As long as it’s that Rachel Maddow chick I’m with you. I hear she does other chicks. Hot.

      3. Acetone lube?

  2. such unions should not be allowed to exist in a democratic society where employees of the government are supposed to serve residents and not the other way around.

    Let me know when you find a society like that.

    1. The U.S. operated just that way for well over a century and a half.

      Right before the explosion of the size and scope of government, I might add.

      1. For various uses of “serve” and “residents”.

        1. “It’s a cookbook!!!!11!!!”

      2. right before the industrial revolution and accompanying rise of mega corporations with the cash to buy politicians?

  3. I know very little about this group. Do their words mean what they’re supposed to mean?

    1. Your expectation that words have a consistent meaning is just a manifestation of your white privilege and microaggresses the individual’s phenomological experiential identity.

      1. Your expectation that words have a consistent meaning is just a manifestation of your white privilege and microaggresses the individual’s phenomological experiential identity.

        Not only fuck you for assaulting my eyes with that upon the webpage, but fuck you for even conceptualizing those phrases and stringing them together.

        1. I’m memorizing them.

        2. *** TRIGGERED ***

      2. I’m thinkin’ that puts you in the running for a Deez Nutz cabinet position!

    2. Recently in St. Louis a black guy shot at the police and was then shot and killed by the police. ( condensed version). The same day a two year old blck girl was shot and killed in a drive by.

      Riots broke out about the police killing the guy who had shot at them.

      The death of the little girl wasn’t mentioned.

      I think the answer to you question is no.

      1. Did the drive by shooters get a week to doctor evidence and get their story straight, then get to claim fear for their lives and walk? If not, one of these things is not like the other.

        1. I don’t think they needed a week since no one will identify them to the police.

          Have you made the unsupported logic jump that simply because I find the #BLM to be frauds and more of an Al Sharpton style shakedown artists that I support the cops murdering people like they did Kelly Thomas ?

          So its either /or in your mind ? No nuance allowed ?

          For the BLM crowd to ignore the death of the two year old while protesting the cops that shot and killed someone who had already been shooting at them first tells me all I need to know about the motivation of #BLM

          1. “Have you made the unsupported logic jump that simply because I find the #BLM to be frauds and more of an Al Sharpton style shakedown artists that I support the cops murdering people like they did Kelly Thomas ?”

            No. He’s pointing out that the BLM movement is about anti-black violence *by the police*.

            I saw the Fox News article, too, and the clear intent was to deflect attention from police violence and put it back on “black-on-black” violence.

            Which, incidentally, tells you “all you need to know” about Fox News . . .

            1. The BLM view is that the molehill is “genocide,” but the mountain next it is a different and less important issue.

              1. And the mohel is skinning them alive.

            2. In case you hadn’t noticed, black-on-black (notice no quotation marks, black-on-black violence is real) violence kills more blacks than police violence. Incidents of police need to be investigated and taken more seriously than they have been in the past. However, the “blame whitey” for everything gets a little old.

              1. I thought the campaign zero proposals were for the most part pretty good. I was expecting them to “blame whitey” or complain about racism but they seem more focused on systematic police reform.

              2. It’s a shame there aren’t institutions with the purposr of detering and punishing those who commit this black on black violence.

            3. I haven’t had cable for 10 years so you have me at a disadvantage when commenting on Fox News.

              When a person, white or black, opens fire on the police before the wind up shot dead by the police they aren’t the best poster child for police brutality.

              “No. He’s pointing out that the BLM movement is about anti-black violence *by the police*.”

              What makes you the expert on what he is saying ? Why don’t you let the man speak for himself and why don’t you speak for yourself?

              Do you think it’s mandatory that someone who thinks the #BLM crowd are stupid for championing thugs who open fire on the cops as their heros also be an apologist for the cops ? I

              There are enough honest instances of police brutality that trying to create the narrative out of this guy does more damage than it does to help their message among free thinking people.

              1. There are enough honest instances of police brutality that trying to create the narrative out of this guy does more damage than it does to help their message among free thinking people.

                It also doesn’t help that the “Hands up, don’t shoot” narrative for the Michael Brown incident, which was the foundation of the #blacklivesmatter movement turned out to be a steaming pile of male bovine fecal matter.

            4. You are supposed to square the circle. Not circle the square.

      2. Were the drive-by shooters agents of the state?

        1. Was the two year old not black ?

          1. Are you not an idiot?

            1. Do I look fat in this dress?

              1. Do my eyes look weird?

            2. Is that the limit of your intellect ?

      3. Could it be, just venturing a guess, that people protest the police because they are an identifiable institution that is theoretically susceptible to social and political pressure and will hopefully react to sufficient protests with reform rather than bullets, whereas people do not protest Unknown Gang Members because none of those things is true for them?

        1. Besides which, the protests against the police theoretically do also protest the killing of the child. The police focus on raising revenue comes at the expense of providing security for the citizens by cracking down hard on those who commit crimes with real victims. Almost as though it was a protection racket and not a police force at all.

          1. This and this again.

          2. “theoretically ”

            I hope you didn’t pull a muscle streeeeaaaching that far.

        2. Do you really thing the killers of the two year old are not know within that community for doing the drive by that day ?

          Do you also think that someone who opens fire on the cops before the cops shoot him dead is a good poster child for police brutality ?

          I think Tamir Rice is a much better example and that movement such as #BLM would have a much stronger stance if they were just a little bit choosey about their heros.

        3. What does any of this have to do with protesting against the cops for returning fire on a dip-shit who thought it was a good idea to preemptively start shooting at them?

    3. Their words always mean something on than what they’re interpreted to mean.

  4. When they say “end broken window policing,” wouldn’t that essentially mean “don’t enforce any laws that are low misdemeanors?” What happens when you tell the public that’s your policy?

    1. you realize democracy is bullshit and maybe all that talk about a republic isn’t just white supremacy but actually useful to protecting black lives from police violence?

    2. The public will no longer live in fear of being murdered for jaywalking?

      1. It’ll be anarchy!

      2. The public will no longer live in fear of being murdered for jaywalking?

        No one who isn’t in need of professional psychiatric help lives in fear of being murdered for jaywalking.

    3. The police focus on crimes with victims?

      1. That’s crazy talk

        1. Check out the handle grandpa, of course I spout gibberish.

      2. The State is always the victim.

    4. They already did that in NYC, and, AFAIK, it worked out great for everybody except the police.

      1. Someone from Brooklyn on Derpbook was outraged because they encountered the Return of a Squeegee Man

        1. The Post has been running screaming headlines for months about this stuff. Turns out lots of people actually LIKE “broken windows” policing, and not just soccer moms either.

          1. It seems to me it should be possible to enforce the law- even “quality of life” laws like graffitit and panhandling without violating the law to do so. It might even be possible to do it without being an asshole.

    5. What happens when you tell the public that’s your policy?

      You get Dinkens-era New York.

  5. They sound like crazy people who want to be soft on crime.

    1. I just blinked. Damn it!

    2. If the North Korean regime figures they are going down, they may try to take as much down with them as they go.

      Otherwise, I suspect it is their usual screaming tantrums to get the rest of the world to back off.

      1. In this particular case, both sides have stated definitively that something specific has to occur by 5 pm Saturday. I tend to think the North will follow through on it’s threat to save face, wherever that leads. The South has said they won’t stop the propaganda and will respond immediately if attacked. Seems like someone has to reverse course to avoid at least a minor military encounter. I’m sure there is enormous pressure being placed on the South to turn off the speakers. Will they? I guess we’ll know in roughly 13 hours.

        1. I hope they don’t. The NORKS are like petulant children, except with nukes. But they’ll keep up their behavior so long as they think they can get something out of it.

      2. Otherwise, I suspect it is their usual screaming tantrums to get the rest of the world to back off.”

        Or to give them some food to feed their subjects that their political system can’t feed.

        1. ^ This.

          Someone needs a handout.

        2. They don’t feed their people with foreign aid. It goes out the back door. Like when Pauli becomes a partner in that Italian joint in ‘Goodfellas’. Until they’re broke. Then instead of declaring bankruptcy they threaten war. Thus repeating the cycle.

    3. Does anyone know if Kim Jong Un is even a little sane or in touch with reality at all? Do we know anything about the guy?

      He might just be nutty enough to start a real shooting war with the south.

      1. Pretty sure he’s not in the least bit in charge of the country. It’s those tiny dudes with the enormous hats that call all the shots. Not sure what the advantage would be for them to do anything. Maybe they want the Kims brought down?

        1. Well somebody’s been executing high-ranking officials using anti-aircraft guns.

          If there’s any justice in the world the North Korean leadership will eventually be literally eaten by their starving population.

        2. The Kim family has been in charge since before the first Korean war, but I have a feeling that if he pushes things too far for the tiny dudes with the enormous hats, he’ll suffer a terrible fall down a flight of steps and land on a bullet.

      2. in touch with reality at all?

        I’ll go with “no.”

      3. It would be nice to wipe out that regime and then dump the ten million or so refugees in China’s doorstep. Hilarity would ensue. Plus it would tie those asshole’s hands for the foreseeable future.

    1. Mmm hmm! That’s right!

    2. That’s awesome. I love the feeling when I get lost in, “Is this for real or not..parody? Fuck, I can’t tell..and it doesn’t matter..”

    3. Hilarious typo, HM. An alluring mixture of a state name and an anatomical term.

        1. Don’t make me go all Swiss on you…

  6. I could support all of those 10 proposals, although I’d like a little clarity on 3) and 5).

    I could also support the development of Warp Drive.

    I think we’ll get the second before the first.

    1. Speaking of warp drive: http://youtu.be/-8OpsPok6iQ

      1. Goddamn, people shit on Abrams, and he deserves it, but Enterprise was no picnic either.

        1. I refused to watch the show based on the fucking theme song alone.

          But then Linda Park happened.

          1. The best part is that they change the intro during the Mirror Universe episode (which was about as good as Enterprise ever got).And it’s actually a massive improvement.

            1. Yup! The theme song was horrible, but I liked Bac-cula.

            2. They should have done a whole mirror universe based series. That would have been great entertainment.

    2. Did you actually click through and read the proposals in the website? They’re relatively detailed. http://www.joincampaignzero.org/representation and http://www.joincampaignzero.org/force

  7. You’d think ending the War on Drugs would be number one.

    1. Isn’t WoD covered under 1?

    2. You beat me to it. If number one isn’t “End the War on Drugs” they are not serious.

  8. 10) Fair police union contracts.

    Aren’t they already a little too fair?

    1. The detail on their website is actually very sensible – “Remove barriers to effective misconduct investigations” etc.

      1. You know how that happens? One way and one way only: less powerful police unions.

        I have a feeling the nutty leftists who are all in on BLM will not be cooperative on that point, though.

  9. The police focus on crimes with victims?
    .
    Every soccer mom who ever was made to feel uncomfortable by a black man drinking beer on his front porch is a victim, you callous bastard.

    1. Chose to feel uncomfortable, Brooksie, chose.

    2. I would be thrilled if the moronic
      Azynasshole that call themselves law enforcement in my city would spend real time investigating property crimes instead of shaking me down for money with traffic stops and the other nonsense in which they engage.

      1. ‘Moronic lazy assholes’. Fucking autocorrect.

        EDIT BUTTON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Wait a minute. Racism is the root of this problem, isn’t it? The solution is simple. Mandate that all white police officers must self-identify as black and BAM. Problem solved.

    1. I’m guardedly optimistic about this since as written it comports with our goals. I have long said that these people, despite their previous racial grievance mongering, are potential allies.

      1. I think it’s only a matter of time before they break free from the left-wing propaganda, and when they do it could be transformative for the communities in this country the left has destroyed. That’s why the race baiters, on both sides, are working so hard to sow division. It challenges a status quo super favorable to them.

      2. Yes, they are. Joking aside, their proposals aren’t bad. Any one of them will make a hell of a dent in the problem. It would also mean a huge reduction in power for the ruling class. Therefore none of it will happen.

      3. Yes, and Messkins, too. Quick, before Trump kicks them all out.

      4. Whadda ya mean, “these people”?

        1. Broadly, the BLM leadership.

          1. Bureau of Land Management? Is this property rights?

            *so confused*

  11. The initiative includes ten proposals for reform that would help make that happen.

    Number 7 made me howl!

    1. I think it might translate as: “Hire us BLM types to give mandatory training sessions to cops.”

      1. You think they actually want jobs ?

        Youre much more optimistic than me.

        I just think they want some money ala Sharpton. Any group that holds up as a hero somone who opened fire on the cops with a stolen gun are a bunch of idiots who”s stated goals dont match their actions.

        1. Being a “diversity consultant” can be very lucrative at an hourly rate.

  12. I was a little ambivalent about BLM, but this all seems pretty damn reasonable.

  13. I saw this one from *cough cough* Infowars*cough cough* showing a video of a person named Peggy Hubbard who talk about Ferguson and protests.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG7mZQvaQDk

    1. There 2 more additionnals videos about “Black lives matter” then I saw on Youtube.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKHvigVF68w
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkNTWn3bAxI

    2. That was fucking awesome.

    3. But Tonio thinks that the cops were brutal because of this and that it is theri fault that the little girl got killed because something something something not doing their jobs.

      Tonio might just be an idiot.

  14. All you libertine-arians do realize that every one of these proposals are things the police cannot do anything about. Right?
    Because the police are required to follow the rules and laws as proscribed by their various legislative overseers and all of these things can only be implemented by legislative action.
    In other words, the people you vote for, have voted for and have put into office are the ones with whom you may have issues.
    Go after them, not the police.

    1. If the police officers were neutral observers, you might have a point, but since they swing big political dick in getting these policies established, and directly benefit from some of them, they have made themselves part of the problem.

      And even for the ones that aren’t necessarily the fault of the officers (e.g. the emphasis on broken window policing), it’s still usually the prerogative of the police department’s administration where to focus its resources. Cop-o-crats are still part of “the police”.

  15. “It would be unreasonable to expect Black Lives Matter to push for the dissolution of police unions at this point”

    Unreasonable? Since when did BLM activists limit themselves to what’s reasonable?

    It’s unreasonable to grab the microphone away from a presidential candidate and start screaming, but they did it.

    It’s unreasonable to celebrate a robber who according to witness accounts tried to grab a policeman’s gun, but they did it.

    And now they should scruple to attack the police unions root and branch because that would be unreasonable?

    For once, let them embrace the irrationality!

    1. I think BLM will have trouble, both real-world and in their ideology, in dealing with police unions. On the one hand, they’re leftist, so they love unions. On the other hand, police unions tend to protect police misconduct. On the gripping hand, BLM would like to dictate exactly how police operate, and so police unions might be good to have around as a means of BLM control. But of course police would very much resist BLM control.

  16. Independent investigations are a good idea. Body cameras are a good idea, but no panacea. The rest of their points remind me of the left-wing drivel from the 1960’s. How about a set of proposals for young blacks including: don’t shoot at police, don’t try to take their guns, and stop committing violence against others in your neighborhoods. “Black Lives Matter” is a group of phonies who only care about black lives when they can blame white people.

    1. My apologies, I forgot to mention that I agree with ending “for-profit-policing”.

    2. How about a set of proposals for young blacks including: don’t shoot at police, don’t try to take their guns, and stop committing violence against others in your neighborhoods.

      Chris Rock had just such a set of proposals.

  17. And what is the quid pro quo?
    Are they willing to ensure that Black thugs start to positively respond to lawful commands from Police instead of going full mad-dog?
    Will they ensure that Black parents keep their kids in school, studying?
    Will they put the boot to Black fathers who abandon their kids, and their bed-mates when it becomes just too inconvenient for their life-style?
    The dysfunction seen in the Black Community is not something that was created by the Koch Brothers, but can be directly traced to the efforts of the Progressives in America, and needs to be seriously dealt with by all parts of the polity.

    1. Blaming thee people who love the black race and want all the free stuff for them, abortions on demand (compliment s of the racist, Margaret Sanger), and ignoring the religion that “controlled” these people?!

      EXACTLY!

      Give the black race a reason to improve and we will see their pride, really, return. Not a bunch of “black pride” stuff that never saw an improvement of the status of their race!

    2. There is no quid pro quo. Rights are rights.

  18. OK, people, I found the worm in the apple, the turd in the punchbowl. Go to Krayewski’s first link, the Campaign Zero page and scroll down. After the ten-point, libertarian sounding, list of proposals there’s a bingo card thingy showing how three candidates from each of the two major parties score on the ten points. It ain’t pretty at all.

    O’MALLEY (7/10): Including #9 Civilian Oversight – Use federal funds to encourage “empowered” civilian review boards.

    SANDERS (8/10): Including #1 End Broken Windows Policing – Funding for medical and mental health interventions for substance abuse issues.

    CLINTON (2/10): No body cams and no federal funds for police purchase of military equipment. [emp. mine]

    PAUL (1/10): Prevent police from seizing assets without clear and convincing evidence assets are linked to a crime. Eliminate profit motives for seizing assets.

    The dishonesty is just astounding. That second point should fill in the #8 box, End for-Profit Policing. And I thought Paul wanted an actual court ruling, not just “clear and convincing evidence.” But, hey, they’re giving the appearance of including him, right?

    BUSH, TRUMP (both 0/10): Hey, they had those extra two columns to fill on the right, so they put headshots at the top and hit send.

    1. That is telling — a reasonable comparison of candidates proposed policies with their 10 points should have Paul leading the pack. It’s interesting they rate Sanders so highly given their hounding of him.

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  20. BLM

    Blame Little Men
    Big Like Me
    Bag Large Mothers
    Bark Lame Manginas
    Bismark Likes Money
    Bullsh*t Lies Manifested
    Berserk Lame Monsters
    Buy Light Mavens
    Bik Lights More
    B’tards Laid Mommy

  21. Their list doesn’t offer any real solutions. Enough of reforming a violent coercive arm of the state that violates liberty from the start.

    All policing should be done through the private production of security. It should be paid for by voluntary transactions between provider and customer. Once security is produced through the market, individuals are able to punish bad economic actors, and reward good ones.

    There will be no more qualified immunity, and if a security agent feels they want to be Dirty Harry, withers will be able to defend themselves against such an aggressor, just as someone would do if a walmart security guard broke into their home, or tried subduing them for smoking, or choked them for selling cigarettes to others through a voluntary transaction free from violence or extortion.

    Private security outnumbers the arm of the state. There is no reason they couldn’t provide services to individuals. Liberty and freedom to choose should be what BLM is all about. Yet many individuals in that group still want to keep the arm of the state around, and think they’ll be able to reform their behavior and actions.

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  23. After the Supreme Court ruled that police officers are not required to risk their lives in the performance of their duties (someone please explain how that ruling even made sense in the first place, since firemen and EMTs are, of course, required to do that – and they don’t bitch about it) … that was when police behavior went straight down the shitter.

    Wielding a knife at a cop? Death sentence.
    Brandishing a plastic gun? Death sentence.
    Carrying a fake sword in public? Death sentence.
    Walking with an off-leash dog? Dead dog.
    Strolling down the street with a baseball bat? Well, aren’t you suspicious and dangerous. Dead.

    I can easily see the Unions championing the “cause” that cops don’t have to risk their lives … which, IMO, is pure BS since they, like firemen and EMTs are _paid_ to do exactly that. So the Supreme Court really screwed the pooch on that one.

    All of us are paying the price. I recommend casual wear of flak jackets and a metal helmet.

  24. I’m with them as soon as they drop the “black” and change it into “All”
    Also they need to acknowledge that the lifestyle choices and the violent nature of black men is largely responsible for the problems that they face.
    Black men are much more likely to be killed by other black men than every other cause, and they commit the vast majority of crimes.
    If they get their community in order, then black lives would not be in jeopardy in the first place
    Black lives need to matter to themselves and others in the black community before they can expect anyone else to care.

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