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Fox News contributor Lawrence Jones of Baltimore and the residents on how they really feel about their safety and the condition of the city, and the leadership of the elected officials.
The members of the chief of police, has recently unveiled a plan to reduce crime and the department is more efficient, it is doomed to fail, as a group, that is, the local police warned on Tuesday, saying that “there are not enough agents to respond to the number of calls made to 911.”
The comments from Germany. Mike Mancuso, of the Fraternal Order of Police Baltimore City Lodge #3, weeks, after, Commissioner Michael Harrison announced his “vision” for a period of five years, with a review of the police department of the city and the department.
The 25-page plan sets a performance goal of a 10 minute response time to respond to emergency calls for service,” and asks that the agents won’t have to spend a third of every hour on “the involvement of the community in the activity,” and the other “proactive,” that is, mr. Harrison believes crime can be reduced.
“We will be constantly evaluating it in the next few years to ensure that it is consistent with national best practices, and continues to be a viable target for Baltimore, having regard to the density and the geography of the world, and our personnel,” the document reads. It is also said that the department will be seeking feedback from communities to create a micro-community policing plans, which are tailored to their needs,” among other claims.
Baltimore’s Police Commissioner, Michael Harrison, center, and Capt. Donald Diehl, look at the department’s publicly accessible areas of the images of the body cameras to be worn by Sgt. Billy Shiflett, who was recently gunned down while responding to an active shooter call in the area of addiction clinic. (AP)
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But, Mancuso said, is that the plan in its current form is “unsustainable,” as it is to ignore the city’s shortage of police officers.
“With the current deployment of patrol officers will not be in a position to carry out, under all the circumstances, the implementation of the new crime plan as intended,” Mancuso said in a statement, noting that the department “is 500 police officers short of the number required for efficiency.”
He added: “As it stands now, there aren’t enough cops to respond to the number of calls made to 911, not to mention the addition of a micro-area, the involvement of the community, and the pro-active police work.”
Harrison, when he announced the plan in mid-June, and will not disclose the department’s average response time is, other than to claim that it is “very fast”, the Baltimore Sun reported. The department had about 2,500 government officials, as of 2017, tally.
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Mancuso, in his statement also blasted the recent comments, mr. Harrison made it last week, in an interview with WBAL-TV, in which Harrison said, “it’s not a good story, that’s when you come to new york, your life is in danger, or you are one way or the other, not so safe.”
“As a 30 year veteran of the of the members of the Police Department… I want to be in the audience for both its citizens and its visitors, in order to know that the current public security situation in the area is uncertain, in spite of the Auditor’s unfortunate attempt to appease you,” Mancuso said. “Baltimore is a dangerous city, and with the utmost care and caution should be taken when you are in your day to day duties.”
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The city of Baltimore and has been in the national spotlight over the past week, as the President’s Trump card, has been embroiled in a feud with the Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., whose district he is a “nasty, rat, and rodent infested mess.”
“Rep, Elijah Cummings, a brash, bullying, name calling, screaming, against the great men & women of the Border Patrol on the circumstances and on the Southern Border, if he is in the Baltimore area, it is MUCH WORSE and much more dangerous,” the president wrote in a tweet.