Depending on the radical nature of your Facebook friends, you might be barraged with any number of officer-involved shooting videos on a daily basis. I know I do, and I wonder just how bad things have become, or how distorted social media is making them.
In the interest of providing a glimpse of clarity, Texas is now offering incident reporting forms and tracking police officer-involved shootings on a website.
The Office of the Texas Attorney General launched the site to satisfy an Oct. 1 deadline established under House Bill 1036. Within 30 days of a shooting, Texas law enforcement agencies must submit reports containing basic factual and demographic information. The attorney general must report this information on their website within five days of receiving it.
An annual report will also be compiled.
“I believe law enforcement’s commitment to transparency by complying with the reporting law will go a long way in strengthening and building trust between police and the people they serve,” said Rep. Eric Johnson of Dallas.
Four reports on shootings have already been listed.
Is this a finished article? It makes little sense- oh wait Jeff Prince wrote it. That explains the problem.
@ Gary Lineker, as long as this ignorant and prejudiced person Gary Liniger feels good about posting nonsense, that is what matters the most to Gary the Ignorant Prejudiced Liniger. jk jk He does not! I am pretty sure that Gary IP Liniger has an open mind about our social behavior and social tensions or social issues.
Jeffiey: What drug were you on when you posted?
Hey….when did you get out Gary?” How’s the gas drilling hustle coming along? How did your Duel work out? Your mama have any brats that lived? Your breath still stink? Whose on first?
Benny: I live in Fort Worth so you can look me up any time.
I’m disgusted living on the same planet with you, fool. How old are you? You need to get baptised and prayed over or obtain some better grade of drugs. I got a bird-dog with more sense than you and smells better I’m certain. You should find a Priest or a shrink. Grow up.