Ferguson Missouri civil rights investigation in the U.S

This is a summary of  the Ferguson Missouri civil rights investigation in the U.S. Department of Justice through various analysis of videos.

Ferguson Missouri civil rights investigation in the U.S

The summary of the Ferguson Missouri civil rights investigation in the U.S. Department of Justice press release:   https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/justice-department-announces-findings-two-civil-rights-investigations-ferguson-missouri .

Firstly, on your own and using the internet, look also at other articles about the Ferguson Police and City Management/Elected Leadership activity and decisions leading up to the Michael Brown shooting and subsequent rioting.
Warrior / Guardian Article   https://www.policeone.com/21st-century-policing-task-force/articles/8633970-Warriors-vs-Guardians-A-seismic-shift-in-policing-or-just-semantics/
New NYPD Chief   https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/nypds-leader-helping-people-heart-police-work-68227841 
Secondly, WATCH THESE VIDEOS (you may have to cut and paste a link into your browser):
A Baltimore PD Commander’s View of Community Service:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIMWf_e7ZJI,
Then, A Kansas City PD Swat Commander’s View – “Mindset”:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_29TS6jjsA
Warrior vs. Guardian  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bt5F6QuY8lo
and lastly Ft. Worth PD Recruiting   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDex2mW6LfI 


,…after reading these articles and watching the videos, write an essay about “Police & Community” in which you make sure at a minimum you are addressing these issues:
·                  A civilian police force was created in early 1800’s London…the birth of policing as we know it today.  Sir Robert Peel, who established the police force, formulated “Nine Points of Policing.”  Also, this beginning progressed in the U.S. from Peel’s notion to some major changes in the 1960’s, ’70’s and ’80’s.  Lastly, what happened?

·                  Police leaders are now refocusing their officers, and hiring new ones, with a new emphasis.  Also, what would Sir Robert Peel think of this?
·                  What are the costs of not changing policing’s role and relationships in communities?  (Look at the Ferguson case and observations by the law enforcement leaders in the videos)
·                  What more do we in criminal justice need to do, or should we continue to do, to ensure community support and our law enforcement agency’d commitment to change. The change should be on “how we do business” sticks and isn’t just a passing “fad”, as some critics of community policing believe?

Additionally, it will be assessed based on completeness of your analysis and response to the four issues outlined above, as well as clarity of writing . Also, use observations, quotes, ideas and reaction to the articles and readings.  However, the for length is 3 to 4 pages at a minimum.