Who’s to blame for Uvalde? Who’s to blame for rising violence in our cities?
In my opinion, it was the thousands of rioters and protestors (costing insurance companies two billion dollars) blaming cops for all urban ills. It was politicians, advocates, endless reporters, and community leaders who wanted to restrict, defund or eliminate the police.
The police response in Uvalde and growing crime in cities are robustly linked. Per Pogo, we have met the enemy, and he is us.
Like most of us who write or comment about crime and policing, the school mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24 continues to puzzle and sadden me. The fact that hundreds of officers decided to wait for over an hour before ending the event by killing the shooter is bewildering. Multiple national news organizations are suing the state for records so the story remains incomplete.
The account from the Christian Science Monitor (below) may be the best synopsis offered to date. The article offers a debate on the controversy between cops as warriors or guardians and for me, it’s the heart of the argument.
Anytime there are multiple agencies present at a major and ongoing criminal event, there is going to be inevitable confusion. As police officers, we are trained to follow orders from superiors or more experienced personnel. But when you have 376 police officers at a scene from multiple agencies, all using their own radio frequencies, the confusion as to who is in charge and what’s happening becomes almost impossible to access and comprehend.
There were five school police officers at the scene among hundreds of state and federal officers. When you have a massive response from major law enforcement organizations, local authorities usually turn the event over to the better equipped, better-trained responding agencies.
Yes, training and policy dictate that you immediately go in and confront the shooter. But you need someone to give the order. You need information as to the condition of the classroom, points of access, the shooter, and those still alive or in need of medical attention. Without precise information known by all, you could easily make a tragic situation much worse.
When I was trained in shoot-don’t shoot computer simulations, they usually started with a criminal (90 percent covered behind a hostage) holding a knife to the throat of a woman who was holding a baby. Training staff played the scenario of the criminal announcing that he was going to kill the woman, thus forcing you to shoot. Even though I just came from scoring nearly 100 percent in live fire exercises, I (and no one) could make the headshot required on the first try. There was a high probability that I (and everyone else) was going to shoot the hostage from 30 feet away.
I believe the officers at Uvalde wanted to go in and take down the shooter regardless of the equipment at hand. And they wanted to do it shortly after their arrival regardless of the lack of orders or complete knowledge of the circumstances. They, however, knew the risk of inadvertently shooting a teacher or child was probably high, especially if the shooter was using them as shields. If they hit or killed a child, their careers could be over and their names splashed (and vilified) via every newspaper in the country.
We live in a new reality.
We live in an age where cops have been dragged over the coals for their mistakes for the last seven years. There have been thousands of media articles and reports harshly criticizing cops (yes, some of it was justified) for everything from shootings to their social media posts. There have been plenty of instances where police officers have made honest mistakes in the heat of a confrontation and had their lives and careers placed in jeopardy. Some have been convicted and incarcerated without proof of criminal intent.
Cops have been endlessly ostracized for miscalculations. And it’s ridiculously easy to make them. Every police officer knows of times when they came close to shooting someone in the heat of the moment just to discover that there was no criminal motive. If you’ve been a cop, you understand. If not, you probably don’t get it.
Endless media accounts (and former President Obama) have clearly stated that they don’t want cops to be warriors. They want officers to use the means at their disposal to apprehend suspects with as little force as possible. They don’t cops to go charging in.
With rising violence and fear of crime at all-time highs, I’m asked by reporters, podcasters, and television hosts as what works to reduce crime. Per data from the US Department of Justice and the National Academies of Sciences, it’s proactive policing where the officer leaves her vehicle and, when there is a legal right to do so, confronts someone on the streets as to their activities with the possibility of a legally permitted search.
Literally, there is no other modality with a comprehensive research base of hundreds of evaluations showing that it reduces crime beyond proactive policing. There may be modalities that seem promising, but in fact, at the moment, proactive policing is all we have with an extensive research base.
Are we doing proactive policing? The short answer is no (with some exceptions). Per research, cops are wary of getting out of their vehicles and confronting a suspect when the probability is so incredibly high that something could go wrong resulting in critical national news coverage. What used to be routine is now something to be avoided.
I remember news reports and videos from Baltimore when crowds of people surrounded cops (after the most recent riot) as they were making a felony arrest filming them and heaping every possible profanity on officers for simply doing their jobs. Similar reports came from other cities. Politicians, opinion writers, and community leaders made it abundantly clear that they did not want police proactivity.
Since then, Baltimore and a wide variety of other cities have experienced massive increases in violence and fear. People and businesses are leaving. Economies, children, and families are being destroyed.
We have made police officers extremely cautious because we INSISTED that they be passive guardians, not warriors.
The Christian Science Monitor (edited for brevity)
A recent string of mass shootings has shown the best and the worst of American policing. While officers ran to help during a mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, on July Fourth, things were different in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24. There, 376 officers milled around a Texas elementary school for over an hour, while children called 911 on the other side of a classroom door.
After-action reports in Texas are painting a picture of fumbled responsibility and failed leadership that go far beyond the actions of one small-town police chief – intensified and fueled by national debates over protocols, jurisdictions, and traditional hierarchies that have guided police responses to community emergencies. The report does not blame any individual officers for the delayed action, but rather systemic failures that day that spread across multiple agencies.
The events in Uvalde – from the desultory response to the shooting to subsequent attempts to downplay potential culpability – are fueling a fresh debate over how to inspire leadership among police officers amid profound disagreements about how to patrol a jittery nation.
“We are a divided nation, these shootings are on the rise, political violence is very present now, and … policing is in collapse,” says former New York Police Department Officer Eugene O’Donnell. “Where is the forward-thinking plan? How do you do it affirmatively? It’s just elaborately fantastical that we’re going to pay [officers] $800 a week to be like the Navy SEALs and Mother Teresa.”
Homicides in the United States rose by 44% between 2019 and 2021, while traffic fatalities rose by 18% in the same time frame. Looking longer term, fewer murders are getting solved, with the rate of successfully closed homicides dropping from about 90% in the 1970s to about 50% today. And, as with many professions that serve the public, officers are quitting and retiring at higher than usual rates.
The rising crime and stress are coming at a time when the policing profession is at a fundamental crossroads over use-of-force protocols, proactive policing, and limited immunity laws that protect officers from consequences for mistakes made in the heat of action.
That all came to a head in the small South Texas town of Uvalde on May 24, a Texas House report concluded last week.
“Nobody Knew Who Was In Charge”
“Systemic failures and egregious poor decision making” by hundreds of police officers on scene contributed to a gunman murdering 21 people, including 19 children, in the school. Police officers “failed to prioritize saving the lives of innocent victims over their own safety,” the 77-page report concluded. Officers from at least a half-dozen law enforcement agencies – including the Border Patrol and the Drug Enforcement Administration – responded during the attack.
“There were so many cops there that nobody knew who was in charge and everybody assumed somebody else was making decisions, so they ended up just kind of hanging out – that was the immediate failure,” says Dennis Kenney, a former Florida police officer.
America’s policing structure itself raises complications. Without a federal police force, training varies widely across jurisdictions. Smaller and rural departments are often at a marked disadvantage when it comes to training, equipment, and preparation.
Struggles during the shooting ranged from who was in charge to communication failures to a lack of rifle-rated shields with which to confront a shooter wielding an assault-style rifle.
Yet more broadly, policing experts say, the Uvalde failures are consequences of a tumultuous decade of policing scandals, murder indictments and convictions of officers, massive social justice protests, and recruiting and retention problems.
Warrior Or Guardian?
Some longtime officers also point to rethinking about what it means to serve and protect, saying that prioritizing guardians over warriors and an emphasis on community policing efforts over catching bad guys can lead to breakdowns like Uvalde.
“You can label this as political commentary, but [President Barack] Obama didn’t want warrior police officers; he wanted guardians,” says Mr. Shults, the former Colorado police chief. “Well, at Uvalde you had 400 guardians and a couple of warriors. The question is really for the American public: Do you want warriors, or do you want cops playing basketball in the ’hood?”
To a large extent, the bulk of U.S. officers – some 700,000 spread over nearly 18,000 departments, half of which have 10 or fewer officers – are often too busy and sometimes undertrained to confront those questions by themselves.
Indeed, the willingness to risk their lives for others – the ultimate form of leadership – is perhaps the profession’s most defining dynamic.
“The thing that made policing valuable were the individuals who did it were willing to assume the risk; they were willing to work in the dark and the danger. That’s gone. Today, paralysis is the way. Do not get engaged.”
Also, hundreds of officers opening fire without a clear plan could easily have resulted in chaos and perhaps even more loss of life. One officer that day had aimed at a running man wearing black: It later turned out he was a school coach.
That sense of “paralysis” may have become magnified in the hallways of Robb Elementary School.
Conclusions – Uvalde And Growing Crime In Cities
I believe that the police response in Uvalde and growing crime in cities are robustly linked.
Like all major events involving mass shootings and growing violence, the average person has moved on with their lives confident that what happened in Uvalde has passed and is unlikely to affect them.
They are wrong. The heart of the Uvalde police response is baked into every city with rising crime and endless criticism of cops.
“The thing that made policing valuable were the individuals who did it were willing to assume the risk; they were willing to work in the dark and the danger. That’s gone. Today, paralysis is the way. Do not get engaged,” per one commentator via the Christian Science Monitor.
President of Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7, John Catanzara, attributed police pulling back in Chicago for a host of different reasons, including, the coronavirus, police coming under more scrutiny, and that making an arrest may not be worth their life or becoming a prominent news topic and villain, according to the Sun-Times.
Police agencies can be corrupted from within by “a low work ethic and a curdled cynicism,” warns William Bratton, who served as chief of the Los Angeles and New York City police departments. Writing in the Atlantic, Bratton said police need to guard against shutting down in response to angry criticism from the outside.
That same sense of paralysis continues today in hundreds of high-crime cities throughout the nation. How could it not? We now have four-year-olds shooting at cops.
We have 14,000 police officers quitting in recent years with many thousands more in the process of leaving. Recruitment is down considerably. There are endless newspaper accounts of cities not having enough police officers and 911 calls going unanswered.
Crime and violence are skyrocketing.
“This epidemic is costing our nation $557 billion annually.” The president’s crime prevention proposal calls for $13 billion over the next five years for communities to hire and train 100,000 additional police officers, as well as nearly $3 billion to help clear court backlogs and solve murders, a White House fact sheet said.
But with thousands leaving, and recruitment plummeting, who will meet that call? There are media accounts of cops and growing suicides or not wearing their uniforms in stores for fear of criticism.
Who’s to blame for Uvalde? Who’s to blame for rising violence? In my opinion, it was the thousands of rioters and protestors (responsible for two billion dollars in insurance claims) blaming cops for all urban ills. It was politicians, advocates, endless reporters, and community leaders who wanted to restrict, defund (or eliminate) the police.
Does law enforcement need improvement? Sure. Could we be better? Yes. But throwing the baby out with the bath water makes no sense.
Collectively, critics demanded an end to cops as warriors. What they created was Uvalde and out-of-control violence and record-setting fear in cities. Per Pogo, we have met the enemy, and he is us.
Reyes: We’re facing the collapse of law enforcement in America. It will lead to the end of our country as we know it.
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On July 4, 1776, a group of patriots decided they had suffered enough at the hands of the British monarchy. On that date, at tremendous risk of their own personal safety and more so their very lives, they put quill to paper and signed the greatest document ever forged. A document that gave birth to the greatest country ever to grace the face of the earth—the United States of America.
Yet here we are, 245 years nearly to the day that document was signed, and we find our country at a crossroads. When you look at all the great dynasties in the history of the world, all of them eventually collapsed. The Roman Empire…the British Empire…they number many.
It’s something that you don’t really consider when you’re young. You can do anything. You’re invincible.
But as we grow older, we start considering that mortality.
With all of that in mind, it’s time we start considering the mortality of America.
I spend a substantial amount of time working in two different arenas – the world of law enforcement and the business world.
By day, I run a marketing agency. Among the areas we work in, we do extensive work in the firearms industry. My travels take me across the country – often to some of the most rural parts of America.
By night, I am the National Spokesman for Law Enforcement Today. I’m not a police officer. I was tapped because I can do one thing cops can’t do. I can give them a voice. I can run my mouth and no agency can fire me.
That travel that I referenced – both in the business world and supporting the LE world – has afforded me countless opportunities to work side by side with some of the greatest patriots in America.
My closest friends are either in law enforcement or either active or retired members of some of the most elite military forces in America. And from our greatest warriors to our everyday citizens… I can tell you the underlying fear that so many are thinking about – and that’s the seemingly inevitable collapse of society if we don’t make some monumental changes.
As a Christian, I believe we are in the middle of some serious spiritual warfare. But you don’t have to be a Christian to understand that the very soul of America is under attack right now. And the rapid erosion of the Thin Blue Line has us sitting on a powder keg.
Historically, if you look at the collapse of some of the greatest empires in the world, it happened from within. Simply put, it raises the distinct danger that America won’t be conquered by foreign enemies … but rather from domestic ones.
President Ronald Reagan probably put it best when he said, “ Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected and handed on for them to do the same.” Prophetic words indeed.
When historians say that an empire fell, it means that the central state no longer exercised its broad power. That happens either because the state itself ceased to exist or because the state’s power was reduced as parts of the empire became independent of its control.
It typically doesn’t happen because of a single cause, but rather a long process. The main factors that historically lead to imperial collapse are:
- Economic issues
- Social and cultural issues
- Environmental issues
- Political issues
Now none of these factors are causes in and of themselves, but rather are ways to categorize causes.
What that means is you wouldn’t decide that Rome fell because of politics, but rather you’d explore political factors to understand the collapse. And in those issues are warning signs for us as Americans.
That brings me to the threat we face today.
Have you ever heard of something called the Cloward-Piven strategy? It’s not exactly something the mainstream media talks about… but it’s something you need to be aware of, because it’s what we’re facing in America today.
American sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven created the political strategy in 1966. The idea behind it is to overload the U.S. public welfare system to create a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a socialist system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty”.
If that doesn’t describe what we’re seeing from Democrats who are running Congress and the White House right now, I don’t know what does. But it’s a much bigger threat than you might realize. That’s because it’s so incredibly pervasive. It’s poisoning the very roots of America.
And it calls to mind the words of Jefferson:
“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure.”
We are seeing groups here in America demanding open borders. Demanding the decriminalization of crossing into our country illegally. Since Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20, we have seen our southern border over-run, not only from Mexican citizens but by people from all around the world, including some on terrorist watch lists.
Joe Biden assigned his vice president, Kamala Harris to oversee the border crisis, but in nearly three months since being given that assignment, Harris has not visited the border first-hand to see exactly what is going on—not once.
At the same time, across our great country, we are seeing the CRIMINALIZATION of law enforcement. All across the country, from Minneapolis to Portland, Los Angeles through Chicago to New York, there is a literal war on police. Major cities such as Seattle, Portland, Chicago and New York are seeing officers either retire early or outright leave. Morale in police departments across the country is in the toilet.
We’re seeing agencies desperate for officers, because as more and more retire (or count down the minutes to retirement), we see a deficit in the number of incoming recruits. After all, why would you want to live a life of service when you’re just going to be attacked for that service?
In the aftermath of the George Floyd death in Minneapolis a year ago, we have seen primarily Democrats across the country demanding defunding of police, taking away protections such as qualified immunity from officers, and emasculating police to the point where even when they are completely justified in using deadly physical force, neo-Marxist groups such as Black Lives Matter and Antifa take to the streets to cause death and destruction.
One of the demands from activists was that police officers be required to be issued body cameras, which many jurisdictions have done. Yet, when police are put in the position of having to use deadly physical force, what is shown on the body cameras is not believed, called edited footage. It’s a classic heads I win, tails you lose for law enforcement officers.
We see political activists masquerading as police chiefs. We see them working hand in hand with liberal politicians to not only attack the rights of law-abiding citizens, but also to destroy the morale of their own departments. We watch as they flat out disrespect the oath of office they took and put officers in no-win situations. Last year in the wake of the George Floyd death, we saw police chiefs kneeling on the ground with the very people who want them dead.
If I were to design a road map for how to collapse America, starting with law enforcement, here’s what it would look like.
Step one: Divide the protectors.
The refusal to allow rank and file patrol officers to cooperate with federal law enforcement to uphold the law. It’s a slap in the face to Americans and it’s a dereliction of duty. It’s also a clear and intentional move to create a divide between local, state and federal law enforcement. Divide the protectors… conquer a society.
Step two: Divide the supporters.
Force officers to choose between enforcing unconstitutional legislation like Red Flag laws, which deny citizens of their right to due process… and providing for their own family.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic last year, we’ve seen draconian emergency orders put in place by power-hungry governors, with police officers being put in the position of having to be COVID cops or face discipline. We’ve seen videos of police officers arresting people at high school football games for not wearing a mask, breaking up groups of Hasidic Jews at a funeral in New York City and shutting down a gym in New Jersey for breaking COVID rules.
Make cops the bad guys. Take the people who have historically supported law enforcement and convince them that cops are now the enemy. Divide the supporters… conquer a society.
Step three: Remove their protection
Make cops afraid to be cops. Encourage disrespect on them like water bucket attacks. Don’t go after the criminals who attack them. When officers arrest criminals, let them back out on the street within hours because a liberal judge determined that the violent suspect with a lengthy criminal history isn’t actually a threat.
In city after city across the country, we have seen George Soros-funded district attorneys such as George Gascon in Los Angeles, Kim Foxx in Chicago, Larry Krasner in Philadelphia and scores of others go light on criminals while going hard after police officers.
Then threaten law enforcement officers that if they do their job, they’ll be investigated. That if they have to fight for their lives, they’ll end up being charged. Remove both their desire and their ability to police.
Step four: Flood America
By some estimates, one million people will make illegal entry into America this year.
There are fewer than 850,000 law enforcement officers in America. Do the math.
Now let criminals create havoc in society but instead of deporting them or actually cracking down on crime, let Americans know that the real problem is guns owned by law abiding citizens and pass legislation to take away their rights.
Step five: Destroy our homes
Own the media. Own Hollywood. Force feed Anti-American, socialist and communist policies into our homes and our education system. Convince our children that right is wrong and wrong is right. Take God out of society, destroy the family structure and teach everyone that the solution to your problems is in the form of pills, porn and the government.
Step six: Destroy our schools
Keep children out of school for over a year for in-person learning. Feed kids anti-American propaganda such as the 1619 Project which teaches America was founded on racist principles by a bunch of white racist men. Erase history and replace it with critical race theory, which teaches white children to hate themselves and believe they have special privilege because of their race. Go completely against Dr. Martin Luther King’s edict that skin color is more important than the content of one’s character.
Step seven: Destroy our military and intelligence agencies
Turn our military and intelligence agencies into indoctrination mills where sexual preference or sexual identity is considered to be of primary importance while the more important mission of looking at what those who seek to destroy us are doing and making sure that the primary focus of the military is on killing people and breaking things, now the sexual identity of a soldier’s parents.
Step eight: Bypass Congress for gun control
Have “private businesses” like Dicks and Walmart determine what you can and can’t buy. Let the White House determine by executive order what is and what is not an “assault rifle.”
Step nine: Lose control of the truth to tech tyrants and mainstream media
Allow Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, YouTube, LinkedIn, TikTok, and Snapchat determine what you can see and what you can say… because it’s not a violation of the Constitution if it’s done by private enterprise. Allow social media to have unfettered ability to censor content that they do not politically agree with or people who have an opinion that goes against the politically desirable narrative.
Step ten: Use “social justice” to vilify love of country
Take every patriotic American who wants to see a better country for their children and call them a racist, etc. if you don’t agree with them. Then mass report them on social media to make sure their accounts are cancelled, and their voices are shut down.
Then say you think they’re a threat and have a judge determine that combat veterans and our nation’s greatest warriors need to be disarmed because of post-traumatic stress. Then force officers to go to war with their own brothers and sisters.
Take people who had legitimate concerns about last November’s election and who raised serious questions about events which made no sense and put them in the category of conspiracy theorists or worse yet, insurrectionists hell-bent on the destruction of the American way of life, which is absurd.
It’s happening right in front of our eyes. And it’s starting with a full onslaught against our law enforcement officers in every way, shape and form.
Want to save America? We need to start by understanding the enemy. And sometimes the biggest threat that an empire faces is the enemy within.
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