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Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: FIRE KEVIN DAVIS ()
Date: April 30, 2021 04:50PM


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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: gimme a good reason ()
Date: April 30, 2021 04:54PM

What fors?

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: For this ()
Date: May 01, 2021 12:03PM

Reason #1 - Feds had to intervene while Davis led Baltimore City Police.

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Justice Department Reaches Agreement with City of Baltimore to Reform Police Department’s Unconstitutional Practices
The Justice Department announced today that it has entered into a court enforceable agreement with the city of Baltimore to resolve the department’s findings that the Baltimore City Police Department (BPD) engages in a pattern and practice of conduct that violates the First, Fourth and 14th Amendments of the Constitution as well as federal anti-discrimination laws.

The consent decree, filed today in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, creates a pathway toward lasting reform within BPD. The decree’s requirements focus on building community trust, creating a culture of community and problem-oriented policing, prohibiting unlawful stops and arrests, preventing discriminatory policing and excessive force, ensuring public and officer safety, enhancing officer accountability and making needed technological upgrades. Under the agreement, the parties will jointly recommend an independent monitor to the court to assess whether the requirements of the agreement are being implemented. The independent monitor will report publicly on BPD’s implementation efforts on a regular basis. In the joint motion filing the decree, the parties requested that the court provide an opportunity for members of the public and stakeholders throughout Baltimore to provide written submissions to the court about the proposed decree, and then hold a public hearing.

“Last August, we concluded that the Baltimore Police Department had engaged in conduct that deprived the people of Baltimore of the rights and protections guaranteed to every American, and that the deeply-rooted mistrust between law enforcement officers and the community they serve harmed all who call Baltimore home,” said Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch. “After thorough, good-faith negotiations, the Department of Justice and the city of Baltimore have agreed to enter into a court-enforceable consent decree to remedy the violations identified in our investigation. The reforms in this consent decree will help ensure effective and constitutional policing, restore the community’s trust in law enforcement, and advance public and officer safety. We could not be prouder to partner with the people of Baltimore on this journey towards making their city a community that protects the dignity, rights, and safety of all its people.”

“Under the consent decree, the city and BPD will implement comprehensive reforms to end the legacy of Baltimore’s ‘zero tolerance’ policing,” said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta, head of the Civil Rights Division. “In its place, BPD will empower its officers to engage in proactive, community-oriented policing. And given our experiences in many other cities, I firmly believe that when focused, measurable and detailed reforms are implemented effectively, they restore community trust and advance officer and public safety.”

Under the consent decree, the city of Baltimore and BPD will implement comprehensive reforms that will ensure that:

Baltimore establishes a Community Oversight Task Force to recommend reforms to the current system of civilian oversight.
BPD adopts a policing approach that is community-oriented and based on problem solving principles.
Officers’ voluntary interactions are professional and courteous, and officers conduct all investigatory stops, searches and arrests in a manner that protects people’s rights.
BPD provides equal protection of the law for all individuals, including providing impartial policing services.
Officers use appropriate de-escalation techniques and attempt to resolve incidents without force when possible; use force in a manner that is proportional to the threat presented; and BPD’s use of force policies, training and review systems provide sufficient guidance, skills and accountability.
BPD transports detainees in a manner that keeps them safe.
Officers respect the First Amendment rights of all persons.
BPD investigates sexual assault thoroughly and without gender bias.
Baltimore conducts an assessment to minimize youth involvement with the juvenile and criminal justice systems, as appropriate, and that officers approach interactions with youth in a manner appropriate to their age.
Baltimore conducts an analysis of gaps in the city’s mental health system in consultation with a committee of behavioral health experts and service providers, and BPD instructs and dispatches officers who are properly trained in interacting with people in crisis or with behavioral health disabilities when a police response is appropriate.
Allegations of employee misconduct are fully, fairly and efficiently investigated; that all investigative findings are supported by the appropriate standard of proof and documented in writing; and that all officers who commit misconduct are held accountable pursuant to a disciplinary system that is fair, consistent and provides due process.
Officers receive necessary equipment, policy guidance, training and support to do their jobs safely and effectively, and BPD performs a staffing study to ensure a sufficient number of officers and supervisors.
The Justice Department announced its findings in August 2016 following a thorough investigation into BPD started in May 2015. The department found that BPD made stops, searches and arrests without the required justification; used enforcement strategies that unlawfully subjected African Americans to disproportionate rates of stops, searches and arrests; used excessive force; and retaliated against individuals for their constitutionally-protected expression. The pattern or practice resulted from systemic deficiencies that persisted within BPD for many years and exacerbated community distrust of the police, particularly in African-American communities.

In October 2014, city and BPD leadership requested to enter a collaborative reform process with the Justice Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS office). After the Civil Rights Division opened the pattern-or-practice investigation in May 2015, the COPS office and the Justice Department’s Office of Justice Programs have continued to offer federal resources, such as technical assistance, to the BPD, city officials and community leaders.

This investigation was conducted by the Civil Rights Division’s Special Litigation Section with the assistance of law enforcement professionals pursuant to the pattern or practice provision of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994. Since 2009, the Special Litigation Section has opened 25 investigations into law enforcement agencies. The section is enforcing 20 agreements with law enforcement agencies, including 15 consent decrees and one post-judgment order. The division also recently released a comprehensive report that provides an overview of the police reform work done under pursuant to the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, which can be found at the following link: https://www.justice.gov/crt/file/922421/download.

For more information on the Civil Rights Division and the Special Litigation Section, please visit www.justice.gov/crt.

Baltimore Consent Decree

Baltimore Consent Decree Fact Sheet

Pattern or Practice Accomplishments Document

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/justice-department-reaches-agreement-city-baltimore-reform-police-department-s

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: For this ()
Date: May 01, 2021 04:45PM

Reason #2 - Davis violentely smashed a law student's face into the street pavement and lost a civil rights lawsuit.


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Mark Spann won a civil lawsuit after he said Kevin Davis, then a Prince George's officer, pulled him over, threw him to the ground and smashed his face into the pavement.


https://twitter.com/nbcwashington/status/1386999328061992960

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: kounty resident. ()
Date: May 02, 2021 05:45AM

Davis is a good guy and we are very lucky to have him.

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Lorton man ()
Date: May 02, 2021 06:50AM

You know this guy hates niggers and spics too. That may be a good thing in some ways and a bad thing in other ways. I think the guy is just a typical white cop.

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Sgt. Fury ()
Date: May 02, 2021 07:50AM

This guy is perfect for Fairfax County.

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Fire Kevin Davis ()
Date: May 04, 2021 09:27PM

The Drama Continues...


"In addition, as many of you know, a week and a half ago, we hired a new Police Chief. While we received significant feedback before we hired the Chief, we want this community dialogue to be ongoing and constant. Chief Davis and the Board strongly support full community outreach and believe it is a key to successful policing. To that end, Supervisor Lusk (Chair of the Public Safety Committee) and I wanted to provide the community the opportunity to share their immediate feedback with Chief Davis and be able to ask their questions. Please join us for an input session on Thursday on Channel 16 or streamed here. As I said above, this is but one of the many events and forums the Chief will be attending to meet our community personally.

To participate in this first forum, please sign up in advance to testify by phone or to submit your video or written testimony. You may also call-in live to 703-324-1020."

FX Chairmon Of the Board

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: SoreLoser ()
Date: May 05, 2021 10:27AM

Cancel culture at its finest, let's drag up events from almost 30 years ago. The world is alot different now, so is policing.


The diverse candidates were inarticulate naives who would have just perpetuated the "good old boy" network withing the hierarchy of the Police Department. But hey, perception is reality when you're a liberal dunce.

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: BYE KD ()
Date: May 07, 2021 05:23PM

FIRE KEVIN DAVIS!

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: 4yf37 ()
Date: May 07, 2021 05:31PM

SoreLoser Wrote:
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> Cancel culture at its finest, let's drag up events
> from almost 30 years ago. The world is alot
> different now, so is policing.
>
>
> The diverse candidates were inarticulate naives
> who would have just perpetuated the "good old boy"
> network withing the hierarchy of the Police
> Department. But hey, perception is reality when
> you're a liberal dunce.

Fuck you. Racist.

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Bosscheif ()
Date: May 07, 2021 05:35PM


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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Bob bitchin ()
Date: May 07, 2021 06:00PM

For this Wrote:
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> Reason #1 - Feds had to intervene while Davis led
> Baltimore City Police.
>
> ==================================================
> ==========
> Justice Department Reaches Agreement with City of
> Baltimore to Reform Police Department’s
> Unconstitutional Practices
> The Justice Department announced today that it has
> entered into a court enforceable agreement with
> the city of Baltimore to resolve the
> department’s findings that the Baltimore City
> Police Department (BPD) engages in a pattern and
> practice of conduct that violates the First,
> Fourth and 14th Amendments of the Constitution as
> well as federal anti-discrimination laws.
>
> The consent decree, filed today in the U.S.
> District Court for the District of Maryland,
> creates a pathway toward lasting reform within
> BPD. The decree’s requirements focus on
> building community trust, creating a culture of
> community and problem-oriented policing,
> prohibiting unlawful stops and arrests, preventing
> discriminatory policing and excessive force,
> ensuring public and officer safety, enhancing
> officer accountability and making needed
> technological upgrades. Under the agreement, the
> parties will jointly recommend an independent
> monitor to the court to assess whether the
> requirements of the agreement are being
> implemented. The independent monitor will report
> publicly on BPD’s implementation efforts on a
> regular basis. In the joint motion filing the
> decree, the parties requested that the court
> provide an opportunity for members of the public
> and stakeholders throughout Baltimore to provide
> written submissions to the court about the
> proposed decree, and then hold a public hearing.
>
> “Last August, we concluded that the Baltimore
> Police Department had engaged in conduct that
> deprived the people of Baltimore of the rights and
> protections guaranteed to every American, and that
> the deeply-rooted mistrust between law enforcement
> officers and the community they serve harmed all
> who call Baltimore home,” said Attorney General
> Loretta E. Lynch. “After thorough, good-faith
> negotiations, the Department of Justice and the
> city of Baltimore have agreed to enter into a
> court-enforceable consent decree to remedy the
> violations identified in our investigation. The
> reforms in this consent decree will help ensure
> effective and constitutional policing, restore the
> community’s trust in law enforcement, and
> advance public and officer safety. We could not
> be prouder to partner with the people of Baltimore
> on this journey towards making their city a
> community that protects the dignity, rights, and
> safety of all its people.”
>
> “Under the consent decree, the city and BPD will
> implement comprehensive reforms to end the legacy
> of Baltimore’s ‘zero tolerance’ policing,”
> said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General
> Vanita Gupta, head of the Civil Rights Division.
> “In its place, BPD will empower its officers to
> engage in proactive, community-oriented policing.
> And given our experiences in many other cities, I
> firmly believe that when focused, measurable and
> detailed reforms are implemented effectively, they
> restore community trust and advance officer and
> public safety.”
>
> Under the consent decree, the city of Baltimore
> and BPD will implement comprehensive reforms that
> will ensure that:
>
> Baltimore establishes a Community Oversight Task
> Force to recommend reforms to the current system
> of civilian oversight.
> BPD adopts a policing approach that is
> community-oriented and based on problem solving
> principles.
> Officers’ voluntary interactions are
> professional and courteous, and officers conduct
> all investigatory stops, searches and arrests in a
> manner that protects people’s rights.
> BPD provides equal protection of the law for all
> individuals, including providing impartial
> policing services.
> Officers use appropriate de-escalation techniques
> and attempt to resolve incidents without force
> when possible; use force in a manner that is
> proportional to the threat presented; and BPD’s
> use of force policies, training and review systems
> provide sufficient guidance, skills and
> accountability.
> BPD transports detainees in a manner that keeps
> them safe.
> Officers respect the First Amendment rights of all
> persons.
> BPD investigates sexual assault thoroughly and
> without gender bias.
> Baltimore conducts an assessment to minimize youth
> involvement with the juvenile and criminal justice
> systems, as appropriate, and that officers
> approach interactions with youth in a manner
> appropriate to their age.
> Baltimore conducts an analysis of gaps in the
> city’s mental health system in consultation with
> a committee of behavioral health experts and
> service providers, and BPD instructs and
> dispatches officers who are properly trained in
> interacting with people in crisis or with
> behavioral health disabilities when a police
> response is appropriate.
> Allegations of employee misconduct are fully,
> fairly and efficiently investigated; that all
> investigative findings are supported by the
> appropriate standard of proof and documented in
> writing; and that all officers who commit
> misconduct are held accountable pursuant to a
> disciplinary system that is fair, consistent and
> provides due process.
> Officers receive necessary equipment, policy
> guidance, training and support to do their jobs
> safely and effectively, and BPD performs a
> staffing study to ensure a sufficient number of
> officers and supervisors.
> The Justice Department announced its findings in
> August 2016 following a thorough investigation
> into BPD started in May 2015. The department
> found that BPD made stops, searches and arrests
> without the required justification; used
> enforcement strategies that unlawfully subjected
> African Americans to disproportionate rates of
> stops, searches and arrests; used excessive force;
> and retaliated against individuals for their
> constitutionally-protected expression. The
> pattern or practice resulted from systemic
> deficiencies that persisted within BPD for many
> years and exacerbated community distrust of the
> police, particularly in African-American
> communities.
>
> In October 2014, city and BPD leadership requested
> to enter a collaborative reform process with the
> Justice Department’s Office of Community
> Oriented Policing Services (COPS office). After
> the Civil Rights Division opened the
> pattern-or-practice investigation in May 2015, the
> COPS office and the Justice Department’s Office
> of Justice Programs have continued to offer
> federal resources, such as technical assistance,
> to the BPD, city officials and community leaders.
>
> This investigation was conducted by the Civil
> Rights Division’s Special Litigation Section
> with the assistance of law enforcement
> professionals pursuant to the pattern or practice
> provision of the Violent Crime Control and Law
> Enforcement Act of 1994. Since 2009, the Special
> Litigation Section has opened 25 investigations
> into law enforcement agencies. The section is
> enforcing 20 agreements with law enforcement
> agencies, including 15 consent decrees and one
> post-judgment order. The division also recently
> released a comprehensive report that provides an
> overview of the police reform work done under
> pursuant to the Violent Crime Control and Law
> Enforcement Act of 1994, which can be found at the
> following link:
> https://www.justice.gov/crt/file/922421/download.
>
> For more information on the Civil Rights Division
> and the Special Litigation Section, please visit
> www.justice.gov/crt.
>
> Baltimore Consent Decree
>
> Baltimore Consent Decree Fact Sheet
>
> Pattern or Practice Accomplishments Document
>
> https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/justice-department-
> reaches-agreement-city-baltimore-reform-police-dep
> artment-s

So what...big freakin deal
Who cares. Give him more money

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Fire Kevin Davis ()
Date: May 08, 2021 11:49AM

HEAR MORE REASONS from

Jeremey Monat
George Alber
Laurie Dodd
George Becerra, Bradock District Council Community Associations
Amanda Andere, Equity Task Force
Kofi Anan, The Activated People
Karen Campblin, Fairfax County NAACP
Ida Audeh
Margarita Brown
Diane Dresdner
Robert P. Sledzaus
Diane Burkley Alejandro, ACLU People Power Fairfax
Diana Smith
Nicole Miller
Tim Simmons
Arona Kessler
Kelly Hebron, Fairfax Democratic BLack Caucus
Vicki Fishman, Nothern Virginia Jewish Commnuity Relations Council of Greater Washington


https://www.facebook.com/jeffreycmckay/videos/164174272300063

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Fire Kevin Davis ()
Date: May 09, 2021 11:04AM

MORE REASONS plucked from a 12/2/20 Task Force report on Baltimore Policing led by Kevin Davis.


"During his interview with the Commission, former Commissioner Kevin Davis, who was in office when the federal indictments became public, falsely indicated that he had initiated an internal BPD investigation of the GTTF officers."

"The BPD move toward a model of community policing under former Commissioners Anthony Batts and Kevin Davis, failed to put in place accepted police misconduct deterrence and detection practices. "

"Commissioner Davis did not implement integrity tests; he did not utilize polygraphs as a vetting tool for specialize units; he did
track citizen complaints in COMPSTAT; and he failed to implement an Early Warning System."


https://htv-prod-media.s3.amazonaws.com/files/commission-to-restore-trust-in-policing-final-report-1606967709.pdf

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: huh?? ()
Date: May 10, 2021 11:04AM

WTF

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Fire Kevin Davis ()
Date: May 11, 2021 01:08PM


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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: FIRE KEVIN DAVIS ()
Date: May 16, 2021 12:06AM


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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Fire Kevin Davis ()
Date: May 19, 2021 11:24AM


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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: let that sink in ()
Date: May 26, 2021 01:28PM

Fairfax County Democratic Committee passed a resolution Tuesday night calling on the Board of Supervisors to FIRE Police Chief Kevin Davis.


"The ACLU of Maryland has a lawsuit pending against the Baltimore Police Department and Kevin Davis for violating citizen's constitutional rights several years ago," Hebron said. "Let's let that sink in."



https://patch.com/virginia/reston/fairfax-democrats-call-fairfax-county-board-fire-new-chief

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Iggity ()
Date: May 28, 2021 11:14AM

The other finalists would have run the police dept further into the ground, but hey they had a high melanin content in their skin, so that's all that matters. ACLU,NAACP,CASA are the real racists.

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: FairfaxUnderground.Victims ()
Date: May 28, 2021 12:52PM

FairfaxUnderground.Victims
Instagram

Family and friends contact as we compile a list to give the attorneys and authorities.
Eventually it all comes to light anyways get a head start.
Together we can make an impact.
Spread the message through June.

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Statuss ()
Date: December 24, 2021 08:12AM

Still want the chief fired?

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Just wondering ()
Date: December 24, 2021 09:07PM

How many people filex a lawsuit against chief davis this year?

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: 34t45y45u5 ()
Date: December 24, 2021 10:48PM

For this Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Reason #1 - Feds had to intervene while Davis led
> Baltimore City Police.
>
> ==================================================
> ==========
> Justice Department Reaches Agreement with City of
> Baltimore to Reform Police Department’s
> Unconstitutional Practices
> The Justice Department announced today that it has
> entered into a court enforceable agreement with
> the city of Baltimore to resolve the
> department’s findings that the Baltimore City
> Police Department (BPD) engages in a pattern and
> practice of conduct that violates the First,
> Fourth and 14th Amendments of the Constitution as
> well as federal anti-discrimination laws.
>
> The consent decree, filed today in the U.S.
> District Court for the District of Maryland,
> creates a pathway toward lasting reform within
> BPD. The decree’s requirements focus on
> building community trust, creating a culture of
> community and problem-oriented policing,
> prohibiting unlawful stops and arrests, preventing
> discriminatory policing and excessive force,
> ensuring public and officer safety, enhancing
> officer accountability and making needed
> technological upgrades. Under the agreement, the
> parties will jointly recommend an independent
> monitor to the court to assess whether the
> requirements of the agreement are being
> implemented. The independent monitor will report
> publicly on BPD’s implementation efforts on a
> regular basis. In the joint motion filing the
> decree, the parties requested that the court
> provide an opportunity for members of the public
> and stakeholders throughout Baltimore to provide
> written submissions to the court about the
> proposed decree, and then hold a public hearing.
>
> “Last August, we concluded that the Baltimore
> Police Department had engaged in conduct that
> deprived the people of Baltimore of the rights and
> protections guaranteed to every American, and that
> the deeply-rooted mistrust between law enforcement
> officers and the community they serve harmed all
> who call Baltimore home,” said Attorney General
> Loretta E. Lynch. “After thorough, good-faith
> negotiations, the Department of Justice and the
> city of Baltimore have agreed to enter into a
> court-enforceable consent decree to remedy the
> violations identified in our investigation. The
> reforms in this consent decree will help ensure
> effective and constitutional policing, restore the
> community’s trust in law enforcement, and
> advance public and officer safety. We could not
> be prouder to partner with the people of Baltimore
> on this journey towards making their city a
> community that protects the dignity, rights, and
> safety of all its people.”
>
> “Under the consent decree, the city and BPD will
> implement comprehensive reforms to end the legacy
> of Baltimore’s ‘zero tolerance’ policing,”
> said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General
> Vanita Gupta, head of the Civil Rights Division.
> “In its place, BPD will empower its officers to
> engage in proactive, community-oriented policing.
> And given our experiences in many other cities, I
> firmly believe that when focused, measurable and
> detailed reforms are implemented effectively, they
> restore community trust and advance officer and
> public safety.”
>
> Under the consent decree, the city of Baltimore
> and BPD will implement comprehensive reforms that
> will ensure that:
>
> Baltimore establishes a Community Oversight Task
> Force to recommend reforms to the current system
> of civilian oversight.
> BPD adopts a policing approach that is
> community-oriented and based on problem solving
> principles.
> Officers’ voluntary interactions are
> professional and courteous, and officers conduct
> all investigatory stops, searches and arrests in a
> manner that protects people’s rights.
> BPD provides equal protection of the law for all
> individuals, including providing impartial
> policing services.
> Officers use appropriate de-escalation techniques
> and attempt to resolve incidents without force
> when possible; use force in a manner that is
> proportional to the threat presented; and BPD’s
> use of force policies, training and review systems
> provide sufficient guidance, skills and
> accountability.
> BPD transports detainees in a manner that keeps
> them safe.
> Officers respect the First Amendment rights of all
> persons.
> BPD investigates sexual assault thoroughly and
> without gender bias.
> Baltimore conducts an assessment to minimize youth
> involvement with the juvenile and criminal justice
> systems, as appropriate, and that officers
> approach interactions with youth in a manner
> appropriate to their age.
> Baltimore conducts an analysis of gaps in the
> city’s mental health system in consultation with
> a committee of behavioral health experts and
> service providers, and BPD instructs and
> dispatches officers who are properly trained in
> interacting with people in crisis or with
> behavioral health disabilities when a police
> response is appropriate.
> Allegations of employee misconduct are fully,
> fairly and efficiently investigated; that all
> investigative findings are supported by the
> appropriate standard of proof and documented in
> writing; and that all officers who commit
> misconduct are held accountable pursuant to a
> disciplinary system that is fair, consistent and
> provides due process.
> Officers receive necessary equipment, policy
> guidance, training and support to do their jobs
> safely and effectively, and BPD performs a
> staffing study to ensure a sufficient number of
> officers and supervisors.
> The Justice Department announced its findings in
> August 2016 following a thorough investigation
> into BPD started in May 2015. The department
> found that BPD made stops, searches and arrests
> without the required justification; used
> enforcement strategies that unlawfully subjected
> African Americans to disproportionate rates of
> stops, searches and arrests; used excessive force;
> and retaliated against individuals for their
> constitutionally-protected expression. The
> pattern or practice resulted from systemic
> deficiencies that persisted within BPD for many
> years and exacerbated community distrust of the
> police, particularly in African-American
> communities.
>
> In October 2014, city and BPD leadership requested
> to enter a collaborative reform process with the
> Justice Department’s Office of Community
> Oriented Policing Services (COPS office). After
> the Civil Rights Division opened the
> pattern-or-practice investigation in May 2015, the
> COPS office and the Justice Department’s Office
> of Justice Programs have continued to offer
> federal resources, such as technical assistance,
> to the BPD, city officials and community leaders.
>
> This investigation was conducted by the Civil
> Rights Division’s Special Litigation Section
> with the assistance of law enforcement
> professionals pursuant to the pattern or practice
> provision of the Violent Crime Control and Law
> Enforcement Act of 1994. Since 2009, the Special
> Litigation Section has opened 25 investigations
> into law enforcement agencies. The section is
> enforcing 20 agreements with law enforcement
> agencies, including 15 consent decrees and one
> post-judgment order. The division also recently
> released a comprehensive report that provides an
> overview of the police reform work done under
> pursuant to the Violent Crime Control and Law
> Enforcement Act of 1994, which can be found at the
> following link:
> https://www.justice.gov/crt/file/922421/download.
>
> For more information on the Civil Rights Division
> and the Special Litigation Section, please visit
> www.justice.gov/crt.
>
> Baltimore Consent Decree
>
> Baltimore Consent Decree Fact Sheet
>
> Pattern or Practice Accomplishments Document
>
> https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/justice-department-
> reaches-agreement-city-baltimore-reform-police-dep
> artment-s


A FAKE ASS YEAR 2000'S era (actually 2017 OBAMA) COLLABORATION DOCUMENT

IT MERELY EXCUSES BALTIMORE GOVERNMENT FOR PAST NIGGERING CRIMES WHILE PROMISING MORE OF THE SAME CRIMES UNDER THE SAME CIRCUMSTANCES - NO PENALTY FOR NIGGERING GOVERNMENT

it cites no cases over-turned

it cites no definite penalty

assholes were paid to create the COLLABORATION document

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Racist Ralph here ()
Date: December 25, 2021 05:44PM

All the whites in Virginia is racist.

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Re: Fire FCPD Chief Kevin Davis
Posted by: Nostra-Dumbass ()
Date: December 26, 2021 03:45PM

I predict ole' Kev will leave within 2 years on his own. He's raising his national profile with press conferences aplenty to leapfrog to a better position. The press release staff has more than doubled. Even a blind person can see it coming.

I bet he had no idea just how F'ed Fairfax County really is. Maryland is jacked up no doubt, but there are laws there that act as bumper guards, not so in good ole' boy network VA.

- You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy than the upper echelon.

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