This tactic would be a step when used properly.In our social climate.We have now if you know your not doing anything wrong why would it be offensive.The ones that run or are offensive to them that's who their after.So if it could prevent another shooting or killing all for it.
Yes, there is a real solution to police brutality. It will involve re-training entire police forces, changing the perception of minorities by continuing to remind people that they are actual human beings that want to have a great life and provide for their families like everyone else. Eliminating police brutality is possible, it will take a lot of time, effort and understanding.
America is fast becoming unraveled over the influx of police brutality, particularly against unarmed black men. Some have declared that it seems to be "open season" for police to gun down these individuals. Despite this grim prognosis, I believe there is hope. Active campaigning and the increase in usage of body cameras will both go a long way towards curbing this violence.
Yes, there is a real solution, and it starts with police officers respecting all of the communities they are meant to protect. It begins with the police showing that they care. Once they are taught to respect everyone, communities will come together around them. It is just a matter of time.
Police are fully aware that they have a dangerous job in which they may get killed or injured dealing with criminals when they sign up for the job. Criminals whether they be black or white do not represent the black community but police do represent the government. Black citizens did not sign up for being at risk for police brutality or killings. When unarmed peaceful civilians are killed by the police, they are being killed by agents of the government that is supposed to represent them. It is this failure of government that must be addressed. The best way to hurt police brutality is by hitting them in the pocket. If the police keep on getting sued for brutality they’ll be forced to deal with the issue. Every incident of police brutality should be reported to both the government and the media.