Video caught a cop making an illegal arrest, but he was just getting started

Prosecutors caught a Baltimore cop making an illegal arrest on body cam, prompting a lengthy investigation. Their findings lead to a major indictment, so will the police department release the rest of the evidence?

 

 

If police body camera footage isn’t being reviewed regularly, then that means that police are working without supervision.

Look at all the good cops stopping his bad behavior. Oh no they just help him out. I hope this cop takes his charge like a man. This is how organizational culture is built. Sergeant does it and bosses don’t say anything I’m guessing that’s what they want.

 

Let’s talk about a cop asking me for training….

Transcript

00:00
well how do you their internet people
00:02
it’s Bo again if you know me you’re
00:05
already laughing waiting for the story
00:09
if you don’t know me you need to know I
00:12
used to train law enforcement one day I
00:15
was given a class and had a cop asked
00:18
about hitting a suspect in the knee with
00:20
a baton saying that it was probably more
00:23
effective I explained you know you’ve
00:26
got legal tactical of medical liability
00:28
the legal and medical liability on that
00:30
is gonna eat you alive you don’t want to
00:33
do anything that could be permanently
00:35
disabling like hit a joint unless your
00:38
wife is truly in danger and he says well
we write the report if you don’t know
what that phrase means it means that the
cops can pretty much say whatever they
want and the police report and it will
be believed
even if they are lying it
00:56
bothered me that he said it it bothered
00:59
me more that I got a room full of cops
01:01
and nobody said anything against it and
01:05
in fact most of them laughed I never
01:08
taught another class for law enforcement
01:10
again that was 12 years ago in that time
01:16
I have had a number of officers ask me
01:19
for training and they normally get
01:21
pretty colorful responses this is a
01:26
little bit different cop watch that
01:29
police militarization video and he I
01:33
don’t want to put his details out there
01:35
he he’s been a cop for more than five in
01:38
less than ten years he said he’d never
01:40
heard the phrase time distance and cover
01:42
and I guess in the comment section I
01:44
talked about auditory exclusion he’d
01:47
never heard of that either he googled it
01:49
and said that now he feels a little bad
01:52
now what that means is that over the
01:56
course of his career he has treated
01:57
someone more roughly than he should have
01:59
simply because he did not know he ends
02:04
his
02:05
is this message by saying Bo you’re
02:08
wrong
02:08
we do need militarized training just not
02:12
the kind we’re getting

Let’s talk about a cop asking me for training….

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