Fire the Police
Recently, I came across the crime data for the fifty states and the District of Columbia for 2010. The five most dangerous states are (excluding D.C.): Nevada, Alaska, Delaware, Tennessee, and South Carolina. What does this mean? It is time to fire all of the poorly rated State Policemen and Policewomen from those states.
We clearly need to put the interests of the citizens above those of the officers and their unions. How can we stand for such a crime gap in our country? Nevada had 660 incidences per 100,000 people; Vermont had 130.
If we are not going to tolerate teachers whose students do not perform up to par, why would we tolerate police officers who do not protect their citizens?
It is time to fire the underperforming police and replace them with a new group of police: Police For America. This group of graduates from prestigious universities, with a few weeks of police training, will clearly benefit the community.