Law Abiding Citizens against Police Misconduct & Non-Indictment of Law Enforcement
We the people join together against police misconduct, and non-indictment of law enforcement. As witnessed through media, law enforcement has not been indicted for abusing their authority among United States Citizens. We believe this conduct will continue unless we the people exercise our legal rights as citizens to refute these continued patterns of police misconduct.
Recent cases such as the illegal choke hold and killing of Eric Garner, the killings of Tamir Rice, and Michael Brown demonstrates police misconduct as well as other un-publicized cases that the media has chosen not to present. The federal government has conducted an investigation on the Ohio Police department finding unreported incidents of violence by law enforcement. Law enforcement needs to be held accountable for their actions by being trained to learn the culture of each community that they may patrol, so that they can learn not to prejudge a person through their own personal fears; which lead’s law enforcement towards irrational decisions of abusing their authority among a community’s people. We believe several steps can be taken to help our cause. We believe there should be training that involves learning the local culture of each community and resolving conflicts peacefully. We believe training will help law enforcement to overcome prejudgments and personal fears.
Law enforcement duties are to serve and protect we the people; instead it has been the opposite gesture. Join together in making law enforcement accountable for their actions and to report acts of violence; also there should be accountability upon the judicial systems to properly indict law enforcement, as they would indict a citizen that wrongfully murdered another citizen or police officer.
By signing this petition you agree that law enforcement needs to be indicted for police misconduct, they need to be trained in learning the community’s culture in which they patrol, and they need to serve and protect all United States Citizens without exercising personal discrimination.
-We the People