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While residents flee en masse (it’s gonna be a buyers market), criminals will be drawn to a large city with no police department. Anyone choosing to stay would be a fool not to buy a firearm and ammo. I’d apply for a carry permit and pack heat every time I leave the house. I’ve never heard of a more irresponsible action by leaders of a city. Insane.
originally posted by: Kangaruex4Ewe
The best thing the good folks of Minneapolis could do now is pack up and leave. Flee. Like rats from a sinking ship... just go. I am not sure how the "new" system is supposed to work, but I am pretty sure that most hardened criminals will not be deterred by a "violence prevention group" any more than they are deterred by the neighborhood watch signs. I imagine some opportunistic criminals may even move to take up residence in this good city.
Who knows? I guess we will see how this social experiment will pan out. I am just glad I am not living there with a front row seat.
The new county force is double the size of the old one, and officers almost exclusively patrol the city
To say Camden doesn’t have municipal law enforcement is not a true statement.
The Camden County Police Department (CCPD) is the municipal police agency for the city of Camden, Camden County, New Jersey, formed in 2013. It is the successor to the Camden Police Department.
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originally posted by: neutronflux
The town of Camden still has municipal police coverage and law enforcement.
Camden New Jersey has been one of the most violent cities in American for literally decades before they disbanded their police department, and violent crime has steadily declined once the new agency was formed.
I know you’re here to push an agenda, but maybe don’t use blatant lies to do so.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
a reply to: AugustusMasonicus
What’s hysterical is that this....whatever it is....is being had with somebody who’s worked for two different agencies that are by statute county police agencies that also work cities/towns/villages within the county. Kind of exactly like how Camden county PD is set up.