Law enforcement families face harassment, vandalism, and threats at home

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“I talked to a wife today from Seattle, whose husbands at Seattle PD, and she, she knows that they need to get out of there. She’s afraid for her husband’s life and her kids in the neighborhood. She said that they’re getting picked on they’re getting called names,” Chabot said. “It’s not the same like it was even just two weeks ago, three weeks ago, just because they’re a law enforcement family now. Their kids are being targeted by people in the neighborhood.”

(Kerry Pickett – Washington Examiner)  Law enforcement officers say they and their families face harassment and bullying by strangers and neighbors as a result of a nationwide crackdown on law enforcement following protests around the death of George Floyd.

One former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, faces a charge of second-degree murder over the 46-year-old black man’s death. The episode triggered nationwide protests over police practices and some violence and looting.

At the same time, police officers around the nation, facing scrutiny by local, state, and federal officials, say morale is down in local departments. Budgets have been cut, and overtime pay for shifts during protests has been slashed. And the homes of police officers have been vandalized while anti-law enforcement activists have watched them from outside.  View article →


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