Wednesday, September 29, 2004

How Many Deaths Before We Admit Failure?

With 148 police fatalities in 2003, and no sign of any forthcoming reduction in the number of deaths suffered by US police officers, isn't it about time that we concluded the efforts to fight crime have failed? Maybe we are fighting the wrong crimes at the wrong place at the wrong time. How come this isn't an election issue? Clearly fighting crime is more costly than we ever imagined.

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial: Press Release- LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER FATALITIES REACH 148 FOR 2003


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