A former foot soldier in the War on Drugs, Major Neill Franklin (Ret.) is a 34-year law enforcement veteran of the Maryland State Police and Baltimore Police Department. His thinking on peacekeeping has evolved. His thoughts include the fact that we’re taking a Criminal Justice Approach to a Public Health Problem, that we should Review the Peelian Principles, that we should re-discover Police Community Relations vs. Police Militarization and that we engage in Over-incarceration vs. Solving incarceration. These thoughts become discussion in Enforcing The Peace.
Neill Franklin, Executive Director, Law Enforcement Action Partnership|Feb 20, 2019A change in uniform changes behavior. Police uniform before the War on Drugs kicked off in the 80s and 90s is a starkly different from today. Police wore dress shoes, dress slack... Read More
Neill Franklin, Executive Director, Law Enforcement Action Partnership
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