Monday, October 17, 2016
Negro Pandering Terry Cunningham of the International Association of Chiefs of Police issues formal apology for 'historical mistreatment' of racial minorities (WHAT AN ASSHOLE)
Law enforcement officers have been the “face of oppression for far too many of our fellow citizens,” Terrence Cunningham, president of the International Assn. of Chiefs of Police, told thousands of police chiefs from across the country at the group’s annual conference in San Diego. He said that police have had “darker periods” in their history, and that mistrust between police and minorities is the “fundamental issue” facing police today.
It was a watershed moment for the organization, which counts chiefs and high-ranking officers from nearly every U.S. police department among its 27,000 members, sets priorities and trends across American policing, and acts as a national liaison between local police and the federal government.
As national outrage over police shootings of black Americans has grown, the association frequently called for greater building of trust between police and communities, but did not formally apologize for past racism among police.
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