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OPINION: JCPS is right to remove police officers from schools

Public schools need resources, not resource officers

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OPINION: JCPS is right to remove police officers from schools

August 10th, 2019 @ 9:43AM (2 years ago)

Blah,blah, micro-aggression, blah, mean police, blah, poor African Americans, blah, blah, racism, public school issues, blah, blah, blah.

I couldn't help but notice the multiple rambling references to mental health.

Woke is a joke!

OPINION: JCPS is right to remove police officers from schools

August 10th, 2019 @ 11:20AM (2 years ago)

"we must ignore the fact that black children misbehave at the same rate of white children"

Police don't get involved in minor misbehavior. Police get involved when juveniles commit criminal offenses, like beating fellow students up. This is an everyday occurrence in the gladiator pit we call JCPS. The news only talks about the worst offenses, like when a group of black juvenile delinquents terrorized a disabled child at Western High School. They broke out his front teeth during the course of the beatings.

So save all your pretentious and deceptive rhetoric you radical crazy left-tard and f--k off back to your protest shouting about Trump. JCPS will invite LMPD back in as soon as they have a mass casualty event or pay out enough in lawsuit settlements. No way in hell should any responsible parent send their kid to the crime-infested JCPS with its aloof idiot social justice warrior administration and school board.

OPINION: JCPS is right to remove police officers from schools

August 10th, 2019 @ 11:22AM (2 years ago)

I guess it's much easier to blame the police and criminal justice system, as well as the educational system. Always looking for scapegoats instead of addressing the more painful and difficult questions that need to be answered. Why are certain demographics of our population misbehaving and being disruptive in schools at a higher rate than the average? There's no reason for school kids to be afraid of school resource officers if they haven't done anything wrong, regardless of their race or socioeconomic status. The real issues need to be addressed at the ground level by these kids' parents at home, instead of always blaming society, educators, police and everything else.

OPINION: JCPS is right to remove police officers from schools

August 13th, 2019 @ 2:11PM (2 years ago)

Is the removal of officers from schools a police department or school decision?