Shafiq R. Fulcher Abdussabur on Ferguson - His perspective is always a double edge sword because he's a Black man who grew up in the Inner City. He is now an 18 year veteran cop who lives and polices the inner city he grew up in
193 days have passed since the Michael Brown incident, and since Americans were forced to the “race table” to talk about race and the urban community’s relationship with police. This has happened in a way not seen since the Civil Rights Movement.
The 1991 digital handheld camcorder video footage of the Rodney King Beating to Santana's 2015 "smart" phone video footage of the fatal shooting of Walter Scott, it seems that 24 years of technology has not changed the average individual's desire to show life in America uncut.
The seemingly new priority for police officers and police professionals is not to only Be on the Look Out - BOLO for a "Black male with a handgun." In this evolving new world of policing, officers are likely to...read more..