Monthly Archives: July 2017

Policing Ferguson-Policing America, Part II

I just finished Tom Jackson’s book.  Wow, what a page turner. Tom was smack in the middle of the upheaval that resulted from the shooting of Michael Brown.  He was asked to resign, but refused.  One of those calls came … Continue reading

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Another Example of Police Brutality–Not So Fast

Last Thursday 2 Rainbow City, Alabama Police officers stopped a truck with no taillights.  Good reason for a stop.  The truck was occupied by 2 people.  As part of an investigation into any traffic stop is to determine who these … Continue reading

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Policing Ferguson-Policing America by Tom Jackson

Tom’s new book, Policing Ferguson-Policing America will be out on August 1st.  Don’t let this one pass you by.  It’s written by the former Chief of the Ferguson Police Department…and he should know.  Tom stood his ground after the shooting … Continue reading

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