De-Policing America
De-Policing America

De-Policing America

by Steve Pomper


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"De-policing" isn't about police apathy--it's about leftist antipathy toward the police. It's the phenomenon where cops avoid pro-active patrol.

Anti-police groups have fabricated a myth that cops are wantonly slaughtering innocent minorities. Why, despite evidence exonerating officers of wrongdoing, does anti-police fervor too often flare into violence? Cops and society's confusion about police work have collided as progressives try to replace equal justice for all with social justice for some.

As a retired cop, Steve Pomper has dealt with this subject repeatedly in what has become one of the most protest-ridden cities in America: Seattle. De-Policing America is one street cop's view of the destructive effects of social justice indoctrination and the demonization of law enforcement today.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159165350
Publisher: Post Hill Press
Publication date: 04/10/2018
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Steve Pomper is a published author, retired police officer, and avid motorcyclist. He earned a BA in English Language and Literature, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He has three grown children, two grandchildren, and lives with his wife, a retired firefighter, in the Pacific Northwest.

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