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Understanding Violence And The Need To Update The Law Enforcement System
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Understanding Violence And the Need to Update the Law Enforcement System

Part II - Required Reading

Read and understand Part 1: How Can The United States Create Jobs, Reduce The Deficit Without Raising Taxes (Posted March 28, 2012)

What is there to understand about violence? What exactly do I mean with update the Law Enforcement System?

By updating, will it make all of us much safer from violent crimes and enjoy our existence in this world?

Readers, that, I am promising you, but remember, I cannot do this alone, I need all of you to help me educate everybody including our leaders in the government.

How many of you have heard of the phrase “the curiosity that killed the cat”? Well, in my case it is quite the opposite. My studies and research regarding violence were simply to satisfy my personal curiosity, which fortunately, is turning into a positive and productive impact for humanity. When I found the temporary solution applicable in my case, learning more about domestic violence or violence against women and children became my passion. So, let us take a quick look at some examples of violence, impact to humanity, economy and law enforcement:

How many times do you wake up in the morning and see the telephone number of your local police department on your television screen asking for any information regarding the latest violent crime committed in your community?

Remember September 11, 2001 and how many died in New York? Our government along with some allies sent our military troops to find the terrorists.

How about the August 2011 rioting, burning and looting in several London boroughs and districts and towns across England? The ultimate government’s solutions, unfortunately is the usual prison sentences for those who were found guilty.

Or the lone gunman they called extremist in Norway who killed seventy-seven people. This extremist is now being held in prison. Some Norwegians complained that the police officers were slow to respond. Because of my extensive knowledge of violence and law enforcement, definitely the police officers were not slow to respond. The problem is the law enforcement system is totally outdated, ineffective, unsafe and expensive for taxpayers.

If you, readers, are paying close attention, in all of the examples, the violent crime/s happened first, the government’s law enforcement system or military system simply react to the crime with the intention of finding the culprits and bring them to justice.

Let us simplify all of these:

First, the crime is committed;

Second, law enforcement search, chase and catch the criminal

Third, bring the criminal to court

Fourth and last, prison, the ultimate isolation of criminal/s

Let me simplify it further:

1) The crime happens first (the criminals are almost always one step ahead)

2) The law enforcement system comes in (I call this One-Step-Behind System)

3) In addition to the pain that violent crimes brings to humanity, the taxpayers are now to

suffer more financially by supporting the prison system (isolate from the society or community)

Prison is hurting our communities, financially, permanently, both short and long term.

The United States is the best example when it comes to the subject, prison. At 2.4 million prison population in the country, the last time I checked, is now holding the record as highest in the world.

In New Jersey for example, you can send your son/daughter to Princeton for $37,000.00 a year. Unfortunately, keeping a prisoner in the same state costs $44,000.00 per year? I cannot think of anything positive, productive about this prison cost. I could only think of waste, negative, unproductive, hurting our taxpayers, our economy and don't forget, after the fact that the violent crimes has been committed.

The last news I read about the FBI’s report for 2010, violent crime decreased by 13%. However, there is also a report that I keep tract of everyday that for 2010, casualties among law enforcement in the entire United States increased by 37%, as compared to 2009.

There is no government agency, law enforcement or private company that would be able to explain or bring solution to this kind of problems. The contents of this article is the key to stop these nonsense.

If you read Part I of this article, you would have read about RE-MO, an Isolation Process that I created. The government’s isolation process results in prison, after the fact that violent has been committed. My RE-MO Isolation Process is prior to the crime being committed and therefore, there is no need for prison.

Therefore, if the Law Enforcement in the entire United States and selected European countries is to adapt RE-MO, here are some scenarios:

1) Modernize the Law Enforcement System, a One-Step-Ahead instead of Behind will prevent violent crimes

2) Reduce prison population and create jobs

3) Eliminate the need for Street Police Patrol System and in its place would be a Street Management System. This would greatly reduce waste of gasoline, maintenance of police cars. Our communities and police officers would be a lot safer and definitely drastically reduce casualties, both officers and civilians

4) The government would be saving tremendous amount of money from expensive, and unproductive prison systems

5) Turn prison systems into a) International Center for Humanity b) International Center of Job Creation c) International Center of Advanced Studies for Humanity

Summary of Part 1 and Part II – By Updating both Military and Law Enforcement Systems:

1. We can save thousands of lives

2. Create productive jobs

3. Create a safer world for humanity

4. Protect our men and women in military and law enforcement

5. Protect and support our education system by re-hiring all our teachers back

6. Unite our leaders in the government toward a positive and productive objective

All these will improve our lives and without the need to raise taxes. All these will give our investors the needed confidence to drum up the economy. The consumers, much safer from violent crimes, less taxes and more jobs will have the confidence to spend money, again to support the economy.

As a reader, I need you to understand all these and let us all act together to improve the future of our children. Let us give them something better to look up to for their future. Let us make them better leaders and better members of each families in the world.


Street Talk

I think that the problem with crime stems from fear and fear stems from guilt and shame. Maybe if we start to face the problems younger we wouldn't have so many people in the jail system. Just a thought

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  about 9 years ago

Hi Gayle, You are partly right. The design of the program is to reduce the 2.4 million prison population by 60% to 80%, control violence, create jobs to reduce budget deficits, without the need to raise taxes. Basically, we just need to modernize current government system that has been in place the last 236 years. Thank you for sharing your thought. Regards

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  about 9 years ago
Joan S  

Yeah, I've always thought there is a lot of wasted manpower in prisons. They could be paying their own way. I have to say that I'm not sure how much job training and rehabilitation takes place in those places. Having violent people on the loose, walking around amongst us is scary. As far as domestic violence is concerned, I know someone whose husband has been physically abusive and in and out of jail. I don't know what it would take to straighten him out. Meanwhile, his wife and children are in jeopardy whenever he's loose.

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  about 9 years ago

Hi Joan, The biggest concern about prisons, like in California right now is that the budgets for the education is being drastically cut while prison is almost untouchable. The worst part is that when prisoners are released 42% goes back in. This is a nightmare for America's next generation's future. Although I am an immigrant, I am trying my best to do something for this country and other western countries as well. I remember one day in Los Angeles where two men were waiting for a bus ride. The other guy picked up the trash can and hit the other fellow on the head. Bloody and all, when the cops asked him why, his answer was "I have no place to go, so I wanted to go to prison". Regards, Daniel

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  about 9 years ago
Joan S  

Wow, what a commentary. Probably happens a lot. We must address the poverty issue. Thanks for wanting to make things better.

  
  about 9 years ago

Sorry Daniel, I have to feel that it takes more than this to solve the woes of the world. There are so many other factors involved. I find when writing an article, I read what I have written and delete the whole thing and begin again. I often wonder if God does not feel the same way.

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  about 9 years ago

Daniel, Interesting. I'm not sure I understand how it works. Though I've often wondered at how much we spend on prisons in the USA. blessings, Cynthia

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  about 9 years ago

Hi Cynthia, Probably it is very simple for me because of the amount of time and countries I covered while studying violent crimes. I suggest you read the examples again and probably look around your city/community. This is the reason that I chose well known violence against humanity or communities to enable people to really give this some serious thoughts. This would dramatically change our communities, schools, taxes and economy. I am not sure where you are located at ( I am in So. California), but if you are active in the community, I am willing to give presentation to governments, law enforcement and community leaders. Regards, Daniel

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  about 9 years ago

Hi Daniel, Hmm. I don't understand why or perhaps how this replaces the police. I look forward to learning more as you continue to write. I'm active in some communities, yes. However, I'm upside down on life right now -- recovering from a series of stuff including major surgery. blessings, Cynthia

  
  about 9 years ago

Interesting concept Danial. I would like to hear more on this.

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  about 9 years ago

Thank you Shawn. Yes, if we can educate our governments and people in general, it would definitely be a lot safer for all of us. Regards, Daniel

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  about 9 years ago
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